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Deadpool 2, which was recently moved up to a May 18th release, just released a full-length teaser introducing Josh Brolin’s Cable, a character who fans have been trying to get on-screen for some time now. The teaser is classic Deadpool, complete with a joke about Henry Cavill’s mustache in Justice League. It begins as an uncharacteristically self-serious introduction, narrated by Cable himself, before it’s revealed that whoever was in charge of editing forgot to finish the green screen on Brolin’s arm. Of course, it’s up to Deadpool to now jump in and stall while the VFX artists scramble to fix their mistake.

From there, the teaser devolves into madness, offering brief glimpses of Zazie Beetz’s Domino, Brianna Hildebrand’s new and improved Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Morena Baccarin’s Vanessa, Karan Soni’s Dopinder the cab driver, Leslie Uggams’ Blind Al, and, of course, Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson. If you had any doubt that Deadpool 2 wouldn’t be a worthy sequel, this trailer takes those doubts, shoves your head into a toilet, and doesn’t stop flushing until you admit that it looks amazing. It’s almost relentless in its need to show how much bigger and better this sequel is going to be, and that’s not a bad thing at all. Deadpool’s unofficial “more is more” mantra means one thing for the upcoming sequel: pure, unadulterated chaos.

For the especially observant fans, did anyone of you guys see Terry Crews pop up at around 1:39, next to Domino and Pool? If you did, you might be correct in assuming that Deadpool 2 dedicates some of its runtime to introducing the X-Force, who will be appearing in their own standalone film following the release of this sequel.

According to a synopsis that is probably, like, 35% true:

After surviving a near fatal knee boarding accident, a disfigured guidance counselor (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Poughkeepsie’s most celebrated French Bulldog breeder while also learning to cope with an open relationship. Searching to regain his passion for life, as well as a new stuffed unicorn, Wade must battle ninjas, tight assed metal men, and babysit a group of stereotypical side characters as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and creative outlets for his very open-minded sex life. He manages to find a new lust for being a do-gooder, a sparkly Hello Kitty backpack, all while earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best 4th Wall Breaking Superhero.

Fox also released a new poster spoofing the iconic moment from 1983’s campy classic Flashdance, in which Deadpool is being rained upon by a barrage of bullets. Because, you know, who needs water when you can literally absorb bullet wounds?

Many people expected Fox to drop a new trailer during the Super Bowl. Instead, Deadpool’s official Twitter account was shooting out tweets all night during the game, beginning with a dig at Fox’s inability or unwillingness to shell out the money for a Super Bowl TV spot:

If anything of note happened during the Super Bowl, ol’ Pooly (or a writer, or some social media kid) was talking about it. There are a lot of tweets to sift through so I won’t post them all here, but there are a couple highlights worth sharing:

You can check out all of the tweets right here, and be sure to see Deadpool 2 on May 18th!


Images: Fox, Marvel

Deadpool Introduces Cable in New Trailer

Deadpool introduces Cable with the help of his usual bag of tricks. Don't worry, the 4th wall is broken. Repeatedly.

By Josef Rodriguez | 02/7/2018 09:00 AM PT | Updated 02/7/2018 09:02 AM PT

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Deadpool 2, which was recently moved up to a May 18th release, just released a full-length teaser introducing Josh Brolin’s Cable, a character who fans have been trying to get on-screen for some time now. The teaser is classic Deadpool, complete with a joke about Henry Cavill’s mustache in Justice League. It begins as an uncharacteristically self-serious introduction, narrated by Cable himself, before it’s revealed that whoever was in charge of editing forgot to finish the green screen on Brolin’s arm. Of course, it’s up to Deadpool to now jump in and stall while the VFX artists scramble to fix their mistake.

From there, the teaser devolves into madness, offering brief glimpses of Zazie Beetz’s Domino, Brianna Hildebrand’s new and improved Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Morena Baccarin’s Vanessa, Karan Soni’s Dopinder the cab driver, Leslie Uggams’ Blind Al, and, of course, Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson. If you had any doubt that Deadpool 2 wouldn’t be a worthy sequel, this trailer takes those doubts, shoves your head into a toilet, and doesn’t stop flushing until you admit that it looks amazing. It’s almost relentless in its need to show how much bigger and better this sequel is going to be, and that’s not a bad thing at all. Deadpool’s unofficial “more is more” mantra means one thing for the upcoming sequel: pure, unadulterated chaos.

For the especially observant fans, did anyone of you guys see Terry Crews pop up at around 1:39, next to Domino and Pool? If you did, you might be correct in assuming that Deadpool 2 dedicates some of its runtime to introducing the X-Force, who will be appearing in their own standalone film following the release of this sequel.

According to a synopsis that is probably, like, 35% true:

After surviving a near fatal knee boarding accident, a disfigured guidance counselor (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Poughkeepsie’s most celebrated French Bulldog breeder while also learning to cope with an open relationship. Searching to regain his passion for life, as well as a new stuffed unicorn, Wade must battle ninjas, tight assed metal men, and babysit a group of stereotypical side characters as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and creative outlets for his very open-minded sex life. He manages to find a new lust for being a do-gooder, a sparkly Hello Kitty backpack, all while earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best 4th Wall Breaking Superhero.

Fox also released a new poster spoofing the iconic moment from 1983’s campy classic Flashdance, in which Deadpool is being rained upon by a barrage of bullets. Because, you know, who needs water when you can literally absorb bullet wounds?

Many people expected Fox to drop a new trailer during the Super Bowl. Instead, Deadpool’s official Twitter account was shooting out tweets all night during the game, beginning with a dig at Fox’s inability or unwillingness to shell out the money for a Super Bowl TV spot:

If anything of note happened during the Super Bowl, ol’ Pooly (or a writer, or some social media kid) was talking about it. There are a lot of tweets to sift through so I won’t post them all here, but there are a couple highlights worth sharing:

You can check out all of the tweets right here, and be sure to see Deadpool 2 on May 18th!


Images: Fox, Marvel

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