Believe it or not, a family-friendly version of Deadpool that is said to fit the “prison of child-like innocence” is coming to cinemas next year! Now, even the young ones (yes, those beyond millennial age) will be able to grasp the humor from this unconventional hero – Ryan Reynolds included, that we all love. Welcome the new year with a new movie to look forward to!
For those who haven’t seen the trailer which was released by 20th Century Fox mid-November, here’s a one-minute peek at the “greatest bedtime story ever”, Once Upon A Deadpool:
From the studio that brought you A Miracle on 34th Street and Home Alone, everyone’s favorite disreputable superhero returns to the big screen with a fairytale twist on Deadpool 2 that the whole family can enjoy. With over 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage, Once Upon A Deadpool is said to be jam-packed with festive surprises.
Deadpool debuted in February 2016 with the biggest R-rated opening of all time with more than $750-million globally. The Marvel flick was also honored as the first live-action superhero movie to be nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture in the Comedy or Musical category, and Reynolds (as Deadpool) was also nominated as Best Actor. After the release of Deadpool 2 this 2018, it’s good to hear that they considered introducing Deadpool to the entire family in the start of 2019. The young ones and easily-offended oldies are missing out on a lot of the good stuff that millennials would be ashamed of watching with them.
Once Upon A Deadpool, now rated PG (Parental Guidance) by the MTRCB can be seen on the big screen even by children below 13 years old. See you in cinemas starting January 16, 2019!
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