Like its blockbuster 2016 predecessor, "Deadpool 2" is filled with fourth-wall breaking gags that target everything from other comic-book movies to real-world celebrities.
In addition to new footage, the film releases a mock synopsis about the mutant's efforts "to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor."
On Monday, news broke that 21st Century Fox, the parent company of studio 20th Century Fox, was in talks to sell its properties to Disney. An agreement that sends intellectual property and franchises from Fox to Disney would mean a monumental shift for American media. Marvel properties, from the Avengers on the big screen to the Defenders on Netflix, dominate the box office, ratings, and pop culture.
"The Fault in Our Stars" director Josh Boone puts a horror movie twist on the"X-Men"; film universe.
The series premiere of “The Gifted” may not have featured the popular X-Men we love from the big screen, but it did gift Marvel fans with Easter eggs.
The actress says, "We decided that Storm and Logan had a thing, and then Jean came and messed that up."
But despite success of Fox's envelope-pushing films, Tatum isn't ready to commit to making Gambit an R-rated film: "We're not quite going there, because I enjoyed Gambit as a kid so I don't want to rule out PG-13."
McAvoy revealed that when he was young man he tried to groom his genitalia with his grandfather's straight-edge razor.
Ryan Reynolds posts photo with costar Leslie Uggams — who plays fan favorite Blind Al — from set of 'Deadpool 2,' in production with director David Leitch
It’s time to put down the chimichangas and get back to work. Ryan Reynolds and his merry band of mutants are looking to recapture the bleepin’ magic in Deadpool 2. After getting off to a bumpy start with the firing of director Tim Miller, the sequel to the 2016 blockbuster is humming along under the stewardship of new helmer David Leitch (John Wick). In addition to the returning players, the new film, due out June 1, 2018, adds fan-favorite character Cable (Josh Brolin), among others. ...
Spoof movie series on YouTube takes crack at 'Logan,' finds it not so easy to skewer, calls in Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds — who can't add much snark
In Wakefield, Bryan Cranston plays a successful New York lawyer, who, upon returning to his perfect suburban home one night, decides to take a nap in the attic above his garage. Days turn then into weeks, and weeks into month, as Howard Wakefield scavengers food from the trash, grows out a scruffy beard, and spies on his family from a rear window — all the while dissecting the trivialities of his seemingly idyllic (but clearly not idyllic) life. Cranston doesn’t want you to think about Walt while watching Wakefield, and the characters couldn’t be more different.
'Deadpool' star sends a tongue-in-cheek tweet regarding Josh Brolin playing both Cable in 'Merc with a Mouth' sequel and Thanos in Marvel's 'Avengers'
Thus, the film’s in-production sequel has plenty to live up to in the combat department, which may help explain why Fox hired stuntman-turned-director David Leitch — he of John Wick fame — to helm the highly anticipated follow-up. For those not in the know, 87Eleven Action Design is the gym/stuntwork studio/production company hybrid founded by Leitch and fellow John Wick co-director Chad Stahelski (who just directed John Wick 2).
Exec for Fox wing of Marvel movies says Deadpool and Cable will be part of movie that will launch X-Men offshoot X-Force — but won't say if he'll direct it
This new series will be a Fox family drama that focuses on two human parents who have to go into hiding when their children develop mutant powers.
For a movie anchored by one of the most popular X-Men ever, Logan — Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine swan song — is hijacked by the littlest mutant of ’em all: Laura, aka X-23. Played by newcomer Dafne Keen, the pint-sized dynamo has been a fan favorite during her relatively short tenure in the comics, but Laura is an unknown quantity to mainstream moviegoers. With Logan opening in theaters this weekend, we thought we’d offer a brief introduction to the character of X-23 and how she might fit into the X-Men cinematic universe going forward.
Actor tells N.Y. Times he definitely feels like he's done with the X-Men role now -- but acknowledges the possibility he might feel differently a few years from now
Description in actor's social media postings may fuel expectation that the girl played by Dafne Keen is the female Wolverine clone, X-23
Marvel fans are still geeking out over the first trailer for Logan, James Mangold’s radical new take on adamantium-clawed X-Man Wolverine, who’ll be played once again — presumably for the last time — by Hugh Jackman. The promo’s downbeat vision of a future in which mutants are mostly extinct and Jackman’s hero roams the desert like some sort of diminished Western loner became an instant online hit. And now, one YouTuber has seen fit to coat the character’s prior outings in a similar atmosphere of fatalistic bleakness.