Instead, you’ll find a cartoon version of ‘Pool straddling a unicorn, which is presumably a nod to Wade Wilson’s stuffed unicorn as it appeared in the original Deadpool movie.
This poster arrives in good time, too, given IMAX tickets for Deadpool 2 are now on sale ahead of the sequel’s theatrical release in May. And if the Fox follow-up is able to retain its barnstorming momentum – remember, the David Leitch-directed sequel recently became the biggest R-rated pre-seller in Fandango history – we’re quietly confident that Deadpool 2 will be able to rake in the big bucks late next month.
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A lot of fans were hoping to see some of these characters pop up in Phase 4, but it might not even happen until Phase 5 or 6! During a recent interview with The Playlist, Feige was asked about this and he said:
"No, because any of that deal would take a while to get going and years from whenever and if ever it happens. So, certainly it won’t impact the five movies we’ve announced, and it probably wouldn’t impact anything for a handful of years after that. Because really, we’re not thinking about that. We’re thinking of delivering on what we promised.
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In this interview by James Cameron, he also added that it's "not that I don't love the movies," which is what Kevin Feige, who is currently promoting the release of Avengers: Infinity War, decided to focus on. In a recent interview, Feige was asked about the comments and, before providing his full answer, he diverted his surprised focus for a second on Cameron's use of the word "hypogonadal" in reference to the Marvel movies. Feige then briefly responded to the comments more earnestly. Here's what he had to say.
With that in mind, get ready to start analyzing, as Marvel chief Kevin Feige has given a fresh response on the subject while in conversation with Coming Soon. First off, the producer revealed that discussions currently aren’t happening in “any way, shape or form,” but he did say that he believes they’ll be able to handle the challenge of introducing mutants into the franchise, as they’ve been tying the various
Even though Disney announced plans to purchase Fox, which includes all the film rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four, the deal is far from done. Most of those who are optimistic the deal will even close pin the official date at somewhere at the end of Summer 2019.
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With the deal not expected to be finalised and approved until mid-2019, the official line from both parties so far has been that it is “business as usual”, and “we’ll deal with it once it’s official”. However, according to a report from Comic Genre (via Bleeding Cool), it seems that both Fox and Marvel have already laid out how they plan to handle the acquisition.
The outlet reports that a number of high-level Fox production crew members attended a college speaking engagement, where it was
The Road to Infinity War: ‘Iron Man 3’
There is only one possible answer to the question of which superhero show is the best on television. That answer is, of course, Legion, a delectable tapestry that weaves together all of that which makes a TV show great. Daredevil may perhaps retake its crown after two years away once its third season arrives to Netflix, but this seems to me a task beyond its means. After all, Legion does everything that the Netflix McU shows do so well but only better. Legion has every tool in its toolbox sharpened to a razor’s edge and unlike its competitors in a genre bloated with excess; the FX drama has no fat to trim. The number of episodes, at least so far, meets the length of Legion’s plot, not the reverse, which is a frustrating flaw too often found elsewhere. It
Cast also includes Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand...
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...and a sequel to director Tim Miller's "Deadpool" (2016).
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That’s Wade Wilson speaking there, who along with his ragtag group of crooks and time-traveling bandits are about to break new ground in Deadpool 2 with the formation of the X-Force. Like the Merc himself, the team are a Rob Liefeld creation, taking a more militaristic and aggressive approach to their enemies than those lily-livered, do-gooder X-Men.
They also take center stage – once again – in this new promo for the sequel (up above). Though made up mostly of recycled footage, it does give us another look at both the pic as a whole and the X-Force’s role in it – with a particular focus on Terry Crews’ Bedlam, a mutant with the “ability to create and project a bio-em field. This has the effect of temporarily disabling any similarly powered technology in the vicinity.
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