Deadpool’s Gift For Today? A Page From The Script Describing His Fight With …

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

12 Days of Deadpool continues with a script post.

The latest installment contains an ugly sweater that only a superhero could pull off and some script notes that are definitely rated “R” for language and violence.

On Twitter, the movie is offering their followers and fans a chance to see something new every day leading up to Dec. 25, 2015, when the trailer for the movie finally debuts. The Twelve Days of Deadpool continue to amuse with Wade’s sensibility firmly in place and his discontent with X-Men Origins: Wolverine prominently featured. Deadpool himself Ryan Reynolds tweeted out the first treat for fans, which had him in full costume as Deadpool and the added accessory of an ugly Christmas sweater. 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? The sweater won’t be winning any ugly sweater parties any time soon, the lack of creativity loses it points from the get go, but it’s nice to see the Merc’ with a Mouth getting into the holiday wardrobe spirit.

Whether posting pictures of himself as the character or going trick or treating in costume, Reynolds has been quite invested in bringing the comic mercenary to life. Now, the clever marketing folks are at it again, this time revealing a page of the script, complete with Deadpool’s own commentary about the scene at hand.

Of course there’s a lot of other fun notes and scribbles by Wade Wilson on the script, but it all just goes to show how much fun Deadpool will probably end up being when it hits theaters in February. 20th Century Fox has recently been releasing certain tidbits about one of their most highly anticipated superhero films on their schedule: Deadpool. Sketched out on a scene that involves Deadpool trying to beat up Colossus and completely failing, the inappropriate doodles include a game of hangman, herpes and fingering jokes, and some insistent demands to make changes to the script. As Deadpool starts wailing on Colossus, the member of the X-Men turned his skin into steel, thus causing our antihero to break both of his wrists and ankle. Here’s a synopsis: 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.

Of course, it’s not likely that he would walk off the set if a specific verb in the script doesn’t get changed, but Marvel should probably err on the side of caution there just in case. There’s a hangman game, drawings of a taco and a bloody knife, general questions and plenty of sexual innuendos. (He is nicknamed “Merc with a Mouth,” not “Merc with G-Rated Humor.”) Reynolds shared the annotated script on his own Twitter page, captioning it, “Somebody’s a precious little doodle-bug.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, Ryan. This leads to what seems to be some damage to Deadpool, first with both wrists hanging uselessly and then even his ankle getting broken and turned around from attempting a round house kick.

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