Deadpool Test Footage

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

For years we’ve been hearing rumors of a Deadpool movie, but the team at Marvel had never confirmed a release date or any official details for that matter. It looks like there was in fact a film in the works, and this Deadpool leaked test footage proves it.

After briefly making an appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, word on the street was a Deadpool feature film would soon be on the way, and it would star none other than Ryan Reynolds (who played the same character in Wolverine.). Of course nothing had ever materialized – until today that is. Sure the footage is computer generated, but that doesn’t make it any less awesome. The leaked trailer was created “a while ago” by the Culver City-based crew at Blur Studios for 20th Century Fox, and sees a red-masked Reynolds kicking some serious ass. This could be the greatest 1 minute and 57 seconds Ryan Reynolds has ever starred in.

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