Trailers of Deadpool: Which One Is Better?

By Susmita Bhattacharya | 1 year ago
Trailers of Deadpool: Which One Is Better?
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As “New Year” is knocking the door, “Deadpool” has some unique gift for its fans. Already on Dec. 25 matching up the warm mood of Christmas Eve, 20th Century Fox has launched the brand new trailer of the “Deadpool” movie. Now the trailer marks enough reason for the fans to heat up their excitement in this festive winter season.

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The out of the box comic-superhero episode from Marvel has transgressed the minds of the fans since a long time and so now they are dedicatedly waiting to get the jerk of Ryan Reynolds lead film. The hyper responses from the fans during the “12 Days of Deadpool,” an exclusive campaign to promote the movie, already prove that Wade Wilson aka Deadpool will govern the box office after its release in coming February.

However, as the fresh trailer teased on the “Christmas Day,” the fans jumped in to compare the two trailers 20th Century Fox has launched for the movie so far. Well it’s worthy to mention that both the trailers deal with the hypersensitive yet eccentric world of Wade Wilson.

Now coming back to the central matter of discussion here we present the first link of trailer.

Now moving to the next link of trailer, the brand new one that is teased on the holy day of Christmas Eve… Here it is for you.

Those who are still unaware of the backdrop, the brief narration may help them out. Deadpool is undoubtedly exceptional than the other comic protagonists of Marvel and revolve around an original depiction of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson.

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Undoubtedly, the first trailer excites the nerves of the fans but the second one is more fascinating that continues the saga of Wade Wilson. Interestingly both of the trailer culminate almost similar context but the fragmented scenes unfold more exciting intrigue.

Catch up the movie “Deadpool” that opens in theaters on Feb. 12, 2016.

 

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