‘Deadpool’ fans: Here’s a page of the film’s script, with doodles

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

Deadpool Sends A Season’s Greetings Card.

While some may be celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas, the 12 Days of Deadpool is also in full swing, a marketing push from 20th Century Fox this holiday season to promote next year’s superhero flick “Deadpool.” The page was shared by the movie’s official Twitter account, revealing a fight scene among Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool, Andre Tricoteux’s Colossus and Brianna Hildebrand’s Negasonic Teenage Warhead.You know those holiday letters you get from extended family, telling you everything that happened last year because you don’t keep in touch with them when it isn’t December? Unfortunately for Deadpool, as he’s beating Colossus, he manages to break both of his wrists and an ankle in a scene that involves too much cracking for those faint of heart.

There have been movie posters with the character wearing what amounts to an “ugly Christmas sweater,” the Merc with the Mouth’s wishlist for Christmas and even a single page from the script with notations and drawings. Along with a drawing of a taco and a bloody knife, the superhero also takes some jabs at the writing of the script, as well as some sexual innuendos, obviously. 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.

And how could anyone forget about the time Deadpool massaged Conan O’Brien’s body, or when he cursed out a bunch of kids dressed as X-Men characters? Reynolds posted the letter to his Twitter with the caption reading, “Happy Holidays from the Wilsons!” He followed that up with a question/statement that if people are frustrated by the “type size” then they should have joined “Deadpoolcore.com” which happens to be a site where one can apparently enlist to be a part of the character’s team of what he calls “Crimson Commandos.” This statement is then followed by the hashtag, “NoSympathy.” The newsletter features five different pictures of the character, doing a number of activities as well. Then there is a picture that makes it look as if the character has helped to birth a baby, another which shows him attempting to hitchhike his way to Comic-Con and one that appears to be him reading a comic book while in the bathroom.

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