Fans went crazy when the first footage from “Deadpool” was shown to them at the San Diego Comic-Con. The reason why everyone went crazy for it was because it featured everything that the mercenary with a mouth stands for and that being Gory violence, extreme language, and other adult characteristics. However, the official version of the trailer that the world will finally see could be different than the Comic Con one that leaked. Read on.
According to Screen Rant, Deadpool was undoubtedly is the biggest stories at the Comic Con this year. The casr members of the movie graced the event to talk about the film followed by footage from the movie. It set the Internet on fire and fans easily could deduce that this is going to be the next big thing from Marvel when it releases next year. However, lead of the movie Ryan Reynolds mentioned that the footage shown at the Comic Con will not be put online. Instead, another version of the trailer will be released once it is ready with all the special effects incorporated into it.
It is being reported that a classified version of the trailer has been listed on the Alberta Film Ratings site. The said trailer has received a PG rating, which means it could be a part of the green band. Ideally, the first trailer itself could be a red band trailer given the content of the film, however, it seems a family-friendly version is to be released first. With that releasing, one should know before hand, that there are chances this trailer will not be featuring most of the scenes that fans want to see.
The PG-rated green band trailer could establish the character of Wade Wilson suffering from Cancer. It also might feature his transition from someone who is about to die to someone who may not die (since he heals quicker). They could also show some action scenes and one or two lines that the character was mouthing when fighting his enemies.
Finally, it could end with the introduction of Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead. One can hope that a red band trailer will also be released soon but till the time it releases, fans could come around to love this trailer as well.
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