Red Band Green Band Deadpool movie trailer Ryan Reynolds alcaTsar blog Malaysia Philippines Singapore

Ryan Reynolds gets to ruin a comic book character again

Never would I have guessed Deadpool had so many fans.

Funny how these “fans” always show up when a property is being given the Hollywood treatment. Whatever the motivation behind this sudden surge in fandom it helped this movie finally get the greenlight from 20th Century Fox. Yup, the same studio behind the characters first screen appearance in 2009’s Hugh Jackman so-called solo adventure “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” is bringing him back.

What started with conveniently leaked test footage, that too in pristine quality, has lead to this moment – the official trailer for 2016’s first comic book movie “Deadpool”.

Check out the Green Band trailer for Marvel’s “Deadpool” starring Ryan Reynolds on alcaTsar blog:

Due next February, “Deadpool” will be the first of many movies based on source material originating from funny books. Will the response to this help naysayers win their argument that there are too many comic book movies?

Deadpool is an innovative character in that he’s an anti-hero, a comical misfit and unlike any other character often breaks the fourth wall with tongue-in-cheek humour. Played by Ryan Reynolds the character might end up being well-liked or a douche everyone loves to hate. From what we see in the trailers I’m leaning on the latter.

Since having one a**hole doesn’t seem enough they’ve added T.J. Miller from “Transformers: Age of Extinction”. Again to be clear he was probably the best part about that crapfest and is one of the highlights of HBO’s “Silicon Valley” but that whole back-and-forth in the trailer is indicative of his performance then we’re in for a bad trip to the movies.

Check out the Red Band trailer for Marvel’s “Deadpool” starring Ryan Reynolds on alcaTsar blog:

Don’t get me wrong, Reynolds is a good actor but when he plays these smarmy know-it-alls he grates on the nerves. My nerves at least. If I were a betting man I’ll pin the odds on “Deadpool” being one of those movies that has a lot of buzz online but ends up fizzling with general audiences. I only hope that it fails to ignite the box-office because audiences shy away from its gratuitous violence and language (ala “Kick Ass”) and not because it sucks.

Deadpool Cast & Crew Information:

Fan-made Deadpool movie poster alcaTsar blog Malaysia Philippines Singapore Director : Tim Miller
Producers : Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds, Lauren Shuler Donner
Screenplay : Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick
Cast : Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, T.J. Miller, Ed Skrein
Website : Deadpool movie site

Deadpool Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore Release Date:

Deadpool Malaysia Release Date : Unavailable at time of publishing
Deadpool Philippines Release Date : Unavailable at time of publishing
Deadpool Singapore Release Date : 11 February 2016
Deadpool UK Release Date : 5 February 2016
Deadpool U.S. Release Date : 12 February 2016

Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.


8 thoughts on “Ryan Reynolds gets to ruin a comic book character again

    1. The rating for Deadpool in Singapore hasn’t been released yet. Kingsmen was released with a M18 rating so perhaps this will follow suit although I think, since this is the usual costumed character type and a bit of a known property, the distributors might opt for it to be NC16 or PG13. Just my hunch.


  1. Hah! Ryan reynolds is Deadpool. Deadpool is Ryan Reynolds. Wade Wilson is Deadpool. Deadpool is Wade Wilson. Ryan Deadpool is Wade Reynolds. Seriously though, you might wanna’ rethink your title because come a weeks time. Ryan Wilson is gonna blow your Chimichangas! (Parental advisory isn’t necessary please be advised)


    1. I did see it and I didn’t fall in love with it but I do admit it was entertaining (for the most part). Hopefully the sequel will have less of the love story bit now that the been-there-done-that origin is done.


  2. So Ryan Sucked badly at Green Lantern, some ahole thought… hey …. lets hire him to play deadpool??? Dang it … just couldn’t handle this movie. Like hearing nails on a chalk board each time Ryan spoke. I”m at a loss as to why anyone would hire this B grade actor.


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