Deadpool Calls An Audible In New TV Spot


20th Century Fox has released a new football-themed television spot for Deadpool.

This time Marvel's foul-mouthed superhero provides his own play-by-play as he prepares to kick nondescript henchman's head like a football. "This is taking unsportsman-like conduct to a whole new level," Deadpool (played by Ryan Reynolds) later adds.

Check out the new TV spot in the tweet below.

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. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

Deadpool hits theaters on Feb. 12, 2016.

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    • CB122493
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    What does it mean to call an audible?

    • flaskone
    • 4 Posts in 19 Months

    this film is not yet rated. why even bother make it R we all know it will be

  1. Between plays, teams huddle up and discuss their strategy for the next play, and before the huddle is broken and the players take their places behind the line of scrimmage, a decision is made and communicated from the Quarterback to the rest of the players, telling them what parts they have to play once the ball is snapped.

    If the Quarterback decides to make a change in the play he communicated to the team during the huddle, he will call out to different players along the offensive line, informing them (in pre-planned code the other team hopefully does not know) that they are going to have to do something other than what was discussed in the huddle. This is called an audible.It is often called if the Quarterback takes a look at how the defensive line is arrayed and realizes that the play discussed in the huddle is likely to lead to a loss of yards or, worse, a turnover. For example, if he sees several defensive backs moving in to a position that may indicate their intent to blitz the Quarterback, a passing play may be changed via audible to a rushing play instead, as rushing plays tend to be less risky when it comes to lost yards/turnovers.

    I hope this helped. 

    • CB120219
    • 2 Posts in 12 Months

    When you change the play at the line of scrimmage 

    • CB120219
    • 2 Posts in 12 Months

    CB122493 said ... (original post)

    What does it mean to call an audible?

    When you change the play at the line of scrimmage 

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