Watch: Ryan Reynolds Returns in First Promo Teaser for 'Deadpool 2'

March 4, 2017
Source: YouTube

Deadpool 2 Teaser Trailer

"Zip it, Stan Lee!" He's back!! 20th Century Fox has officially revealed a teaser trailer for Deadpool 2, the sequel to Ryan Reynolds' R-rated comic book movie from 2016. Reynolds returns to play Wade Wilson, the "Merc with a Mouth", though not much is known about the plot of this next one. This teaser was secretly attached to the beginning of Logan and can be seen in theaters this weekend. No one knew it was coming, and most of us didn't even know the sequel had started filming yet, but here we are. I love seeing surrpise teasers like this - it's exciting and encouraging, the studio is confident and fans will notice. The cast is said to include David Harbour as Cable, but nothing is confirmed. For now - kick back and enjoy this first teaser.

Here's the official Logan promo teaser video for David Leitch's Deadpool 2, direct from YouTube:

Deadpool 2 Teaser Trailer

Deadpool 2 is the sequel to the smash hit Deadpool, based on the Marvel Comics character. Ryan Reynolds reprises the character he first played in X-Men Origins: Wolverine & Deadpool, a disfigured and mentally unstable mercenary known for his sarcastic, talkative nature and his tendency to break the fourth wall. Deadpool 2 is directed by filmmaker David Leitch, a stuntman making his second film after first directing Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron (due in theaters later this year). The screenplay is written by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick (who wrote the Golden Globe nominated first Deadpool movie, as well as Zombieland and G.I. Joe: Retaliation) with some additional script work by Drew Goddard. 20th Century Fox will release Deadpool 2 in theaters everywhere starting March 2nd, 2018 - one full year from now. First impression?

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  • grimjob
    Brilliant. Dig the True Romance score at the end too.
  • Jon Odishaw
    Zip it stan Lee!
  • Cyberdine
  • Trey
    Great Teaser
  • The superman reference was brillant. Did DC play the game with this one.?
    • SillySock
      It's protected by satire laws
  • Xerxexx
    David Harbour?!?!
  • txJM
    Painfully unfunny.
  • Бабак
    Tim Miller left and Stunt man! directed this shit.
  • shiboleth
    I never understood what is special about this super hero installment. Not too funny, but only obscene in wrong directions; where the bad jokes become worse. And the plot is almost nonexitent. But it worked for many ...
    • I wasn't fan of the first, even though I respect what they are trying to do, and I salute Reynolds commitment. What bothers you in these movies bothers me as well. I like the tongue in cheek humor and I can even enjoy 5th grade humor, but I can't stand obscenity and coarseness. Call me sissy.
      • shiboleth
        Obscenity and coarseness aside, it's shallow. Nowadays, when I see those ingredients in film, I know they are there to cover for something. Those exaggerations are just another crowd pleasers, at least attempts at that. And that obviously works. As for Reynolds, he does his work. Good for him, but I can dig a whole on the street and do it well. However, the whole enterprise would be even better if I didn't start it in the first place. In short, I have no problem if people enjoy it, but I just don't understand why they have almost no reflection about it ...
    • It's damn funny shiboleth if you like the humor, that's it... It was refreshing after all these pg 12 super hero movies... Just a honest movie...
      • shiboleth
        I don't know Ari, not to me. It's overstretched humor, nothing more. I do understand it's a change, but it is also a small change meant to attract more audience with shallow view on violence and comedy (sorry about that statement, but that's my opinion). There's nothing honest about that. And I could agree with you about those pg12 super hero movies, as you say, but the real tragedy is that with all their flaws those films are still much better than this one. Comparing to them, I would totally agree with one of the comments here: Deadpool is painfully unfunny comparing to almost every superhero in a last few years ...
        • Dear shiboleth... Maybe you are a sensitive guy (in a positive way) but most of the people are rednecks in their believes. Me too i am afraid to admit. I just love absurd and random violence...
          • shiboleth
            Dear Ari, being sensitive or not (which I think is immaterial here, now for years with many quite brutal films) misses the point. The fact that those absurd or random violence expressions are just effects of Hollywood capital which will tomorrow (if it is profitable) show killing children in a very comic mode. Ok, if that's fun for some, it's their treat. Not that I can do much about it. In fact, let them worry about their tastes. I know that I don't have to. But all that produces or, even better, reproduces people insensitive to many wrong things in society. Films are providing for a public so much of guilty pleasures so I am less and less sure how many those people who consume it are aware if it's only fun or not. You said, it's honest expression for what it is. Is that what we really are missing? Honest rapist; honest killer, honest thief, honest bureaucrats who destroy human lives..? You know the answer and Hollywood producers do too. But everybody that is still doing it is also hoping it's only fun when is shown on film. It isn't...
          • I get your point, more violence in movies make more people in sensitive. But that doesn't mean its a bad movie...
          • shiboleth
            Have your pleasures, Ari, I don't mind, of course. And to be honest, I don't think that audience is something to blame (at its best, it can only choose more responsibly), only the producers and business policy of film industry should get the hate for what they're doing. And, to be fair, since I am a social being and have friends, there's possibility for me to see this with them someday. And yes, to have along all of that a bit of heated discussion about it (withing reasonable boundaries and reasonable quantity of beer, of course). So, we are all part of this. And please Ari, accept my suggestion (which you obviously will and I'm glad for you in that respect), go, watch the film and have all the fun that comes with it. Cheers ...
          • SillySock
            this is beyond idiotic. the industry is catering to a demand. a demand that is protected by the first amendment. thank god we don't live in a work where YOU determine what should be watched or even made.
          • shiboleth
            Oh poor industry of Hollywood films. Attacked by evildoers of the world. Who's gonna save those angels of free expressions? Sorry, just can't stop crying over their grim destinies ... Sobbing, sobbing endlessly ...
          • SillySock
            10/10 on the idiotic scale. Good job!
    • SillySock
      Gee...the guy who hates everything hates this too. COLOR ME AND THE INTERNET SURPRISED
      • shiboleth
        Hey you, nobody really missed you.
    Kind of which they got Goddard to write the whole thing.
  • Can't say i am blown away by this, it takes to long to make a point...but Deadpool 2 is on my priority list...
  • aFriendlyAgenda
    It was pretty dumb I just saw it at the theater with the surprisingly terrible logan I DID like the first deadpool, one of the only watchable marvel movies since the first 2 x-men IMO And trailers can be misleading But that looks pretty bad
    • SillySock
      This is next level dumb. This site has some pretty impressive trolls so you're REALLY going to need to step your game up. 0/10
      • David Diaz
        My thoughts exactly. Not a great attempt
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  • RAW_D
    I'm bummed this won't be out until next year....




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