If you saw the red band trailer of Deadpool and felt that it would change when it releases on cinemas, fret not as the producers say that the movie will stay violent as it meant to be.
The red band trailer was revealed just a month ago and a lot of people where being skeptical if it will be as violent as was the trailer, since many believed that there is a possibility that it could change like some of the other films that promised to be ultra-violent. However the producers said that it will stay ultra-violent.
Executive Producer Simon Kinberg told movie blog Collider in an interview that he already saw the early cut of the Deadpool movie he is already confident that it will give the Rated R treatment that fans want, here is his quoted response: ?I have seen a rough cut of Deadpool and it?s fantastic. It?s a really good movie. It delivers on the promise of the trailer? We really committed and leaned into it being R-rated. It?s just darker and edgier and weirder in the best way?like Deadpool should be?than any other movie in the genre.? Kinberg also handled some of the recent X-Men movies, including the god-awful The Last Stand as well as the disappointing 2015 Fantastic Four movie as writer and producer and also handled the writing for the Star Wars Rebels series.
It is a nice assurance that the Deadpool movie will be a Rated-R film as it should be, with violent fights, extreme gore, ton of cursing and some nudity, then of course this is not a family friendly movie, so don?t just bring your kids in watching the movie
The Deadpool movie will hit theaters on February 12, 2016 and will star Ryan Reynolds as the merc with a mouth and directed by Tim Miller.