Marvel’s Deadpool Trailer Thrills Fans at Comic-Con

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Marvel fans got an exclusive sneak peak of the new movie Deadpool at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The trailer is not yet available to the public, but fans that saw the trailer expect the film to be one of Marvel’s best. (There are leaked versions of the trailer on YouTube, but the quality is not very good.)

The film, which is intended to be the 8th installment of the X-Men series, will hit theaters in February of 2016. Ryan Reynolds made his first appearance as Deadpool back in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Reynolds will return as the supervillian along side Morena Baccarin and Ed Skrein.

Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is a fictional anti-hero character that is mentally unstable and disfigured with the superhuman ability to heal extremely quickly. The film is about Wilson undergoing an experiment, which leaves him with new abilities so he hunts down the man that almost destroyed his life.

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The character is supposed to be very humorous and Ryan Reynolds does a good job pulling that off. There hasn’t been too much said about the film, but people who watched the trailer are raving about the movie, especially Reynolds’ performance. Actually, fans loved the trailer so much that is was played twice at Comic-Con.

Deadpool is a badass, but also extremely funny. He of course is kind of twisted, but all villains are. It will be really interesting to see a movie all about a supervillain. It sounds like Reynolds is the right actor for the character and the film may even be one of the best films to hit theaters in 2016.

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