Deadpool 2, starring Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin is one of the most awaited upcoming superhero movies which is directed by David Leitch and written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who also wrote the first movie. It is scheduled for May 18 release.
Howbeit, the new Deadpool 2 trailer has left a lot of DC fans infuriated. A quick, light-hearted joke made at the expense of justice league has irked them a lot and has got them riled up on several social-networking sites pages, whilst Marvel fans showed up in defence and appreciation.
When Josh Brolin’s Cable walks into the frame after his introduction, Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool heckles the scene to make some of his classic amusing comments. He observes that the visual effects on Deadpool’s arm aren’t complete and says, “What in the actual ass? Dale! Why are the visual effects not done? It’s a metal arm! It’s not like we’re trying to remove a moustache.”
The moustache Deadpool jeered is the one Warner Bros had to digitally remove from Henry Cavill’s face in Justice League after Paramount denied to allow to shave it off since he was also shooting Mission Impossible 6 at the same time. Cavill’s digitally altered upper lip became a hot topic of debate online when Justice League was released in November 2017.
This isn’t the first time that Deadpool has jeered at a DC movie. Reynolds made a jibe at the Green Lantern, a character he played earlier. Nevertheless, Deadpool is Deadpool.
Venom’s teaser trailer has left everybody bewildered. The first movie in Sony’s proposed Marvel universe, Venom, starring Tom Hardy as the anti-hero Eddie Brock, whose body is possessed by the alien symbiote, giving him Spider-Man like powers. Ruben Fleischer has directed the film, which is rumoured to be receiving an R-rating in the US, rather than the typical PG-13 rating received by most superhero films. This character appeared for the very first-time way back 10 years ago in Spider-Man 3 and happened to be Spider-Man’s foe. Since this movie revolves around an anti-hero, therefore it is considered to be a dark movie. Also, there are speculations that we might get a chance to catch a glimpse of another symbiote creature, Carnage. It is getting really hot, isn’t it?
While Venom’s teaser doesn’t contain any moments graphic enough to confirm R-rating, its dark and sombre tone does suggest something more adult than the teenager-movie spirit of the most recent film in the franchise, Spider-Man: Homecoming. In the teaser, Brock was only glimpsed in human form rather than in its fully mutated form, Venom.
A standalone Venom film has been in development for over a decade with speculations of glimpsing the unprecedented Marvel character, Carnage. Venom is scheduled to be released in early October 2018.