Gunpowder & Sky has released a new trailer for Tragedy Girls, a social media horror comedy starring Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool, Deadpool 2) and Alexandra Shipp (X-Men: Apocalypse, Straight Outta Compton).
The movie follows best friends who use murder as a tool to increase their social media following. You can read a full synopsis for Tragedy Girls and check out the trailer below.
Apparently, Deadpool always wanted to be an athlete, but not for the reasons you’d expect, as we learn in the newly released Super Bowl spot for Deadpool, FOX’s upcoming Marvel movie starring Ryan Reynolds as the title Merc With A Mouth.
Usually we don’t share every single piece of promotional material for an upcoming movie, because in most cases a lot of the short TV spots and clips that are released show the same or similar content to what we’ve seen in the past. Deadpool is not most cases. While we have seen a lot of the same footage from the actual movie shown in previous related goodies we’ve seen, the marketing campaign has also been jam-packed with plenty of creative and hilarious promos.
In the latest clip Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) pops the big question to his lady friend Vanessa Carlysle (Morena Baccarin), though it probably doesn’t go quite like they had imagined it in their heads. You can watch the new clip below.
The marketing team for Deadpool has been doing some pretty fantastic work (find more of it along with early screening reactions and more right here), and part of that has been releasing holiday related goodies. We’ve seen star Ryan Reynoldscelebrating Halloween with some kids, and then there was the 12 Days of Deadpool for Christmas. The movie is set to release near Valentine’s Day too, so they’ve used that to their advantage as well.
Now Deadpool is here again to wish Australians everywhere a happy Australia Day, which is celebrated in a few days on January the 26th, while maybe taking a shot at the fact that they gave us Wolverine in the process. You can watch the short video below.