20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for Once Upon a Deadpool! A PG-13 Retelling of the story of Deadpool 2.
The 2018 San Diego International Comic Con has come to a close but we still have TONS of news from the yearly event! This year, 20th Century Fox hosted a panel for the upcoming Shane Black film, The Predator, and we’ve got all the details.
In anticipation of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con we’re looking at everything we know will be there, some things that may show up, and what we know about the various projects so far. The San Diego Comic Con is the biggest Pop Culture convention in the world, and many studios release new information on projects, new trailers, and much more over the five days of the convention. Today we’re taking a look at what 20th Century Fox may be bringing to the convention, including the possibility of some X-Men reveals.
Deadpool 2 is officially in theaters and it is quite possibly everything we ever dreamed of and more. We already gave you our spoiler-free review, which you can read here. But today we’re going to really get into the film and give you our full spoiler review. If you have not yet seen the film and want to stay away from spoilers, I highly recommend you don’t go any further. And honestly, you should go into the film with as little spoiled as possible.
The Merc with a Mouth is back! Deadpool 2 has officially hit theaters, and brought the much loved homicidal mutant back in a big way. A lot of people wondered if the superhero sequel could live up to the first film, and overall, we think it surpassed it.
While 20th Century Fox is readying the release of Deadpool 2, fans of the X-Men franchise had their hopes up for the upcoming New Mutants film as well as X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which were set for release later this year. This week Fox announced that the two X-Men films would be moved further out with Dark Phoenix hitting theatres in February of 2019 and New Mutants coming to the big screen in August of 2019. Why the shift in release dates? Especially when New Mutants was originally scheduled for release on April 13th of this year and then already moved to February of 2019? We’ve got all the details here.
For months now fans have been patiently waiting to hear more about an animated Deadpool Series from Donald Glover and FX. This weekend it was announced that Marvel had parted ways with FX and Glover due to “creative differences.” Marvel has yet to comment on the situation but yesterday Glover tweeted pages of a “Finale” script for the show, ripping into Marvel, and giving us a taste of what the show could have been like.