20th Century Fox has aired the “Deadpool” trailer and has gained pleasing reviews from the Comic-con fans who have already held their hearts to see the movie next year in February. The trailer has been well-received in all spectrums and broadens the scope for the film to do good.
However, to spark more excitement in the fans, Fox has declared to set their hand in the sequel of the same. It is reported that Fox is reckoning pretty business revenue from the comic-adaptation and thus planning for its sequel to persist the journey.
The fans are thrilled to see “Deadpool” but market researchers are saying that the movie may not play a deal of business due to its R-rating. But not to forget “Fifty Shades of Grey” has dominated the box office for a long term. Another group of people are saying the R-rating is an edgy marketing tool to drive the cravings of the audience to observe more hardcore staff.
After seeing an untailored rough cut, “Deadpool” producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed that Fox studio is designing a progress to shape up the sequel of the movie. The Collider reports Kinberg’s words. He stated, “I have seen a rough cut of “Deadpool” and it’s fantastic…hopefully before it comes out we will be well into the process of figuring out a sequel.”
Kinberg has casted light on many more things regarding the movie. He is heard saying that the film will acquire the same dark and edgy vive of the trailer. He says the movie could possibly involve the iconic comic book character Cable, another “X-Men” character who’s frequently been teamed up with “Deadpool “in the comics.
Cable isn’t officially involved in the movie yet, but that’s good to know that they’re considering him to be a part of the sequel. “Deadpool” will hit theaters on February 12, 2016.
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