If you couldn’t shake the fear that—despite everything that we’ve seen and heard regarding Deadpool being as faithfully gory and graphic as fans of the comic book have always demanded the movie be—20th Century Fox might try to pull a fast one and ultimately reveal it to actually be rated PG-13 shortly before release, worry not my friends.
Though your fears were understandable (why, if we’ve all known for a long time now that star Ryan Reynolds and director Tim Miller had been given permission to make an R-rated flick and we’ve seen with our own eyeballs the ultra violent red band trailers, would promos released as early as this week still say “This Film Is Not Yet Rated”?), Deadpool has been officially awarded that badge of honor R-rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. Continue reading to find out what exactly the movie has been given that R rating for.
A trio of new Deadpool TV spots have been released, with a tip of the hat to football, which is pretty popular right now with the NFL playoffs in full swing, and Pretty Little Liars included.
In addition to the two new TV spots, some Valentine’s Day friendly ads have also been released. As you already know the movie is set to be released just before the holiday for lovers on February 12th, and so it only makes sense to have a couple of the promo materials for the movie be more fitting to the holiday…and perhaps help a gentleman or two to convince their significant other to go and see this new Ryan Reynolds romantic comedy for their V-Day date night.
Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) has been hyping the release of the two Deadpool trailers through a series of NBA ads – breaking the fourth wall with Weasel (TJ Miller). These two trailers are set to debut during the NBA’s massive five Christmas Day games. To help celebrate, he has been having his own twisted version of the 12 Days Of Christmas, which consist of posters, images, and other goodies. But the time has come to finally release that trailer.
Check out the newest Christmas color trailers, both red and green, here below.
It feels like just yesterday we saw Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool sipping some eggnog and announcing the 12 Days of Deadpool, which would end on Christmas Day with a brand new trailer for the movie.
Well, it’s already Christmas Eve, and lots of goodies have been released in the past eleven days, including videos, posters, GIFs and images, Deadpool’s gift wish list, a page from the script, and more. Today is Deadpool’s Trailer Eve, a tease of the full trailer that will be released tomorrow.
If you missed some or all of the 12 Days of Deadpool releases, you can find all of these treats below, and be sure to visit again tomorrow for the new trailer.
Deadpool just loves himself a holiday. For Halloween we saw him hanging out with and being a role model for children, and with Christmas just around the corner he’s naturally in a jolly, giving sort of mood. Because Deadpool is a jolly and giving sort of guy. He just is; there’s no need to question it.
To celebrate the holidays, the Merc with a Mouth is sharing with the world the 12 Days of Deadpool. Each day starting with today will bring with it a special new treat related to the upcoming movie, ending on Christmas Day with the best gift of all: a brand new trailer.
You can check out the first video released to kick off the 12 Days of Deadpool below.