Deadpool can?t be Deadpool without his violent killing skills and his sense of humor. And we get all that plus more in the official trailer released today.
You got hyped with the test footage trailer last year, you?ve searched for a good quality camera rip off of the trailer taken from Comic-con, you already saw the teaser trailer, now it?s time to watch the full trailer in all its bloody and extreme violent glory.
See Deadpool go all out with his foul-mouth, crazy humor and sick killing skills in this three-minute trailer, with some awesome cameos from the X-Men comic such as Colossus and Domino, highlighted by a really ?bloody headshot in one of the scenes.
The movie is definitely getting an R-rating with its dark and violent approach, but that?s a good thing, as finally Deadpool is given a better treatment this time, compared to his poor inaccurate character in 2009?s X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie which left many fans a bad taste for the Deadpool character.
The movie tells the origin of Wade Wilson; a former Special Forces operative turned mercenary, who after being subjected to an experiment in hopes to cure him from cancer, now leaves him with accelerated healing powers, while adopting the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
Deadpool Movie Trailer highlights
Aside from the gore, highlights of the trailer include some unforgettable lines like:
The trailer also showed what looked like Reynolds taking a swipe at his failure of a DC superhero character Green Latern, by saying he hopes his suite in ?not green, and not animated.?
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And if you still can?t get enough of Deadpool, you can watch a segment from the Conan O?Brien showing Ryan Reynolds appears as Deadpool in a funny skit along with the host.
There was also a Deadpool video game released last 2013 for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and developed by High Moon Studios (the team behind the Transformers: War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron games).
Deadpool will be in theaters on February 12, 2016 starring Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein and Gina Carano and is directed by Tim Miller.