A PG-13 Deadpool 2 may sound like a quick cash grab, but star Ryan Reynolds assures that it’s being made for very good reasons. And after all of the hype building up to its release, we now have our first look at Once Upon A Deadpool, starring Reynolds reading to a much older Fred Savage who is reprising his character from The Princess Bride. What happens next will have Deadpool question if his movies are truly Marvel movies. Check out the trailer here below.
Remember that PG-13Deadpool 2 that was officially announced when 20th Century Fox did some major schedule shifting? Well, it looks like it won’t be called Deadpool 2; instead, it will be going by a new title: Once Upon A Deadpool. More on the report, below.
In case you missed it, it was announced a few days back that Adam Scott (Party Down, Step Brothers) was joining the cast of Get Out director Jordan Peele‘s new take on The Twilight Zone coming to CBS All Access.
But what’s more exciting is the episode of the anthology Scott will be starring in, which is titled “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet.” If that name sounds familiar, it’s because one of the best known episodes of the original Twilight Zone was titled “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.” So it appears that this new show will present its own version of the classic segment.
Superhero movies are exploring a variety of genres these days. Captain America is a political thriller. Logan is a western. And the DCEU films have yet to be established. And one genre that’s rarely explored is the superhero realm is the romantic comedy. But that could all change with, of all films, Gambit. More on the story below.
Dark Phoenix, the latest installment in the X-Men film franchise, was supposed to be released in November. But the film needed some additional photography and reshoots, and as a result, it pushed the release date to February of next year. Whether or not this was a sign of trouble is unknown. But at least we get to finally see what has become of Simon Kinberg‘s directorial debut.
Fox has dropped the first trailer for Dark Phoenix, which is based on the story arc of the same name which sees Jean Grey, one of the most powerful members of the X-Men, fuse with a cosmic entity who has the power to destroy the entire galaxy. Check out the trailer and a new poster below.