Deadpool Poster Confirms New Marvel Hero Is Pan-Sexual, Dark Sense Of Humor Still Intact

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Deadpool Movie Trailer

Deadpool?s recently revealed poster further shows his dark twisted sense of humor.
The new Deadpool poster shows the cheeky side of the unconventional superhero who happens to be holding his own butt with one hand and kissing the fingertip with his other hand. The poster comes with an equally funny tagline that reads – Bad Ass, Smart Ass, Great Ass.
Deadpool with red leather tights is also seen wearing a black backpack with pink detailing in it. Producer Simon Kinberg in an interview to Collider had confirmed the pan-sexual identity of the character which would be explored in the movie.

The movie which releases February next year has been drawing lot of attention with its uncanny promotional events. Actor Ryan Reynolds who plays the character has been extensively promoting the movie with his profane and funny videos and tweets. Earlier Deadpool 3D standees were released in around 1500 theaters in the US that allowed fans to sit in the lap of the superhero to pose for photographs.

According to ScreenCrush, Fox Studios have indicated the possibility of sequel to Deadpool movie since the character seems to be so popular among the fans. The Fox Studios have dropped the Fantastic Four 2 movie and looking to give Deadpool 2 the old date reserved for Fantastic Four sequel. The success of the movie may also allow for the character to crossover with other upcoming Marvel projects of Fox.

Deadpool tells the origin story of mercenary Wade Wilson who gets cancer and after a experimental surgery comes up with super healing powers and a dark twisted sense of humor. He then sets out to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life. Ryan Reynolds stars as Deadpool alongside Morena Baccarin as Vanesa/Copycat, T.J. Miller as Weasel, Gina Carano as Angel Dust and Ed Skrein as Ajax.
The new trailer of the movie is going to be released in this month and there is lot more we can catch up from that. Deadpool opens in theaters on February 12, 2016.

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