Deadpool trailer: Sorry guys, Ryan Reynolds says you’re going to have wait a …

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From ‘Star Wars’ to horror scares, six Comic-Con highlights.

First footage of the much-awaited film “X-Men: Apocalypse” has been released, showing a glimpse of Oscar Issac as villain and ending with James McAvoy as the bald-headed Professor X.Superhero movies made the biggest splash at San Diego’s Comic-Con this year, but the convention’s 130,000 comic book and pop culture fans were also treated to a smorgasbord of experiences, surprises and scares.Sure, the fans might have been ecstatic when they saw the Deadpool footage from San Diego Comic-Con, but the movie’s star Ryan Reynolds was even more excited when he saw his character’s costume for the first time. The first look of the film was unveiled at Comic-Con, which saw the presence of its large cast including McAvoy, Issac, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult to Kodi Smit-McPhee and Sophie Turner, said The Hollywood Reporter.

Zombies, ghosts and the supernatural served up scares, from late night fan screenings of upcoming horror movies “The Gallows,” “The Visit” and “Cooties,” to the undead frightening attendees on the convention floor. In fact, he was moved to tears. “Boy, we had to fight to get the suit to where it is now,” Reynolds told, adding, “There was a lot of work with very little time.

A reel showcased the history of the X-Men franchise with a heavy dose of Jackman as Wolverine and also featured rare Jackman audition footage and being offered the job. “Up until two days ago I had no idea that footage existed,” Jackman said before going on what felt very much like a Wolverine farewell tour. At the booth for AMC’s hit zombie series “The Walking Dead,” fans screeched in fear as they walked into the back of a truck filled with blood-stained mattresses and a gaggle of slow-moving zombies. He talked of how his new Wolverine movie will be “my last time putting on the claws.” Director Bryan Singer then joined the man whose career he helped shape and explained, “I never gave anyone a job on the spot before. Creepy bloodied “twins” from the upcoming “Sinister 2” film popped up around the streets of San Diego’s downtown Gaslamp district, while indoors a trailer from “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” featured terrifying zombie-like creatures that frightened the crowd. The 6,000-plus crowd attending the panel for the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” film was escorted by Stormtroopers to a nearby outdoor venue for a surprise concert.

The film stars Ryan Reynolds as Marvel’s Merc with a Mouth, and oh was he mouthy in what is sure to be a red-band trailer, slated to be released to the general public in three weeks. Fans went wild and were armed with lightsabers as the San Diego Symphony performed John Williams’ iconic “Star Wars” score, concluding with a fireworks display. Reynolds called the film (and its R-rating) “a miracle.” And director Tim Miller said he was shocked at how much freedom the studio gave him. “They didn’t question anything we did even though they should have.” Judging by the Comic-Con audience’s feverish response, it’s safe to say Fox doesn’t have much to worry about. 2. Like when the deadline has passed and we were still going back and forth.” The struggle was worth it, however. “When we finally saw that suit, fully done, finished and completed…both [director] Tim Miller and I wept,” Reynolds said. “I’m not even exaggerating, we wept in Simi Valley, California, in some warehouse where some guy makes all these crazy suits and had this one under a spotlight. Moments later, and out of the blue, Tatum, who is joining the X-Men cinematic universe with his solo film Gambit, slated to release in October 2016, hopped from backstage and joined in on the fun.

Snoopy’s little red house became a giant, inflated playpen with real beagles to pet and a bouncy slide to glide down. “The Peanuts Movie,” a 3D-animated movie due out in November, will bring the cast of Charles M. It felt so good.” Reynolds had pointed out the faithfulness of the costume to its comic book inspiration during the movie’s preview in Hall H at Comic-Con this past weekend, with a line in the footage shown taking a swipe at the costume of the superhero Reynolds played in Green Lantern.

Actors Daniel Radcliffe, Matt Smith and James McAvoy indulged in a late-night game of ping pong at Entertainment Weekly’s Comic-Con party, with Radcliffe dominating the table. For Christmas this year, director Quentin Tarantino is bringing back the “roadshow” cinema-going experience for audiences to watch his gritty Western film “The Hateful Eight.” The “roadshow” was a popular cinema experience in the 1950s and 1960s, with movies being accompanied by intermissions and musical overtures. And I was proud and grateful to once again be involved.” The panel also featured an appearance by a trio of new villains, a demonstration of remarkable puppetry, and a three-minute behind-the-scenes video.

Suicide Squad: The long-awaited Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may have been the headliner for Warner Bros.’ panel, but it was Suicide Squad that stole the show. The studio created three experiences on an app for fantasy epic “Warcraft,” monster-robot battle movie “Pacific Rim” and gothic horror “Crimson Peak.” Fans could download the app on smartphones, slot the phone into a new edition of Google’s Cardboard virtual reality device and be transported into short scenes from the films. The film unites DC’s bad boys and girls for an all-star villain team tasked with using less-than-heroic tactics to save the world — and taking the fall if it all goes south. “All this good vs. evil sh– is played out,” director David Ayer told Hall H. “It’s time for bad versus evil.” The film’s cast appeared onstage, and the film’s trailer — which was officially released after leaking online — earned exuberant cheers. X-Men: Apocalypse: Bryan Singer’s sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past is only five weeks into filming, but that didn’t stop the director from bringing a trailer to Comic-Con’s biggest stage.

Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman called the role “the greatest part I’ve had in my life.” And at the end of the panel the entire X-Men cast, plus the casts of Fantastic Four and Deadpool; Gambit actor Channing Tatum, and Marvel icon Stan Lee gathered for what might be a record-setting superhero selfie. After two years of offering rare and limited glimpses at the closely-guarded project, Snyder once again took to Hall H to shine a spotlight on the movie, unveiling a first trailer that gave fans a nice long look at Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne, a peek at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and a hint of a possible Joker appearance. Stars Affleck, Gadot, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons and Holly Hunter joined Snyder on stage, and Affleck shared some advice he got from previous Batman actor Christian Bale. Honorable mentions include a steamy moment between James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe during the presentation for Victor Frankenstein; a surprise appearance by Bill Murray, in character for Rock the Kasbah; Guillermo del Toro’s colorful preview of his upcoming Tom Hiddleston-starring gothic romance Crimson Peak; and The Hunger Games’ farewell to Comic-Con.

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