Deadpool 2 Teaser Trailer: “No Good Deed”

After waiting over ten years for Ryan Reynolds to receive his dream of bringing Deadpool to the big screen we finally got the masterpiece, that was, Deadpool. All I will say is I never thought I’d laugh so hard in the cinema watching a superhero movie. Thank you Mr. Reynolds for your brilliant wit and continuous determination to entertain us.

I would also like to congratulate him on delivering a perfect interpretation of the iconic “Merc-with-a-Mouth”, and finally getting the chance to tell his story right (I’m looking at you X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and giving himself, and the fans, true justice.

I also love the fact that 20th Century Fox quickly changed their attitudes as soon as they saw Deadpool become a huge Box Office hit, and ultimately outshined their dear X-Men: Apocalypse. Now they have jumped onto the Deadpool bandwagon and are giving Mr. Reynolds whatever he wants because they have (sort of) finally realised that they are a bunch of arse-hats, thus a sequel was immediately green-lit.

With the unsettling news that Tim Miller, Deadpool‘s director, left the project (due to dispute over creative differences) it seemed we were in for a troublesome ride ahead. But luckily Mr. Reynolds hasn’t let us down and a new director was quickly found to replace Miller, and as we can establish from this hilarious teaser (titled “No Good Deed”) that Deadpool is still in safe hands and will be just as funny, witty, bouncy, mental, unpredictable, and crazy (or just simply Deadpool), as he was in Deadpool.

Honestly I can’t wait for this sequel. It’s going to be fucking brilliant (and you can quote me on that!). Now if you’ll excuse me, time to make the chimi-fuckin’-changas.

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