At the Fox movies panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2015, they kicked off the "mutant mayhem" section of the panel with Deadpool. Ryan Reynolds introduced the panel himself, but only after Deadpool did, in a pre-recorded segment that played on the screens.
"From the studio that inexplicably sewed his mouth shut. They bring you... *claps on a clapper light* Me." He made a couple other comments, and said, "Hall H, let's f***ing do this." He put a pipe up to his mouth, and it pressed against his costume then fell to the ground.
After thanking the "some a-hole that leaked the footage" for even allowing them to make this movie and talking about each character, a teaser of footage was shown. While we wait for some a-hole to leak it, here's a description of what was shown, thanks to our own Brandon Davis.
"I love you Wade Wilson," says Vanessa. Wade sarcastically implies cancer he'll survive cancer. A sketchy scientist tells him "We can make you better," and claims he can make Wade a super hero Wade wants to do right by his girlfriend. He doesn't want a green super suit though! He calls the Doctor Posh Spice and calls the nurse a "less angry Rosie O'Donnell." Then he's sitting on top of a bridge and attacks the men in a truck he jumps into, straight out of the previously leaked footage but with a different song, not Gwen Stefani. He opens a window in a sideways truck and talks the men with guns pointing at him, saying, "This guy's got the right idea, he wore the brown pants!" He kills them all, then Colossus smacks him into a car. Negasonic Teenage Warhead introduces herself and Deadpool says, "What the sh--! That's gotta be the coolest name ever!" "F--- Liefeld" says Deadpool. Weasel makes jokes about Reynolds f---ed up face and Wade claims to look "like a testicle with teeth." DMX plays the whole time. Deadpool twists off of a car and kills three guys with one bullet before sniffing the smoke from his guns and saying, "I'm touching myself tonight."
After the trailer, the crowd gave a standing ovation and screamed "one more time!" until they gave in and showed it again.
Deadpool is directed by Tim Miller and stars Ryan Reynolds, TJ Miller, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, Gina Carano, and Brianna Hildebrand. It hits US theaters February 12, 2016.
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