And here Aquaman thought that this Christmas he would have a screen with a superhero live.
On Friday, Ryan Reynolds wrote on Twitter a poster for "Once Upon a Deadpool" by Fox – a release that represents both a noble act of mercy and a brilliant box-office marketing.
"Once Upon a Deadpool" is a reciting version of the summer R-score continuation that tones language and violence to get the PG-13 score.
Or as Reynolds' tweets in the new version: "The only F word in this movie is Fred Aaron Savage." On Instagram, he calls it "a fairy tale that gives zero F". On the Reynolds poster, he is illustrated by his attachment to Savage & # 39; while on the reindeer.
The "Deadpool" series, so linked to the references from the 80s, remains true to such riffing. Savage played a grandson reading a fairy tale story in the 1987 film The Princess Bride; in the new scenes "Once Upon a Deadpool" Reynolds reportedly read his adventure "Deadpool" to adult Savage & # 39; in the same bed from childhood.
"Deadpool 2" earned $ 734 million worldwide this summer – almost the same as the first movie produced in 2016. As he announced the deadline this week, Fox was looking for Deadpool version PG-13 for a long time.
"Fox asks for PG-13 basically from the start in 2006," Reynolds told Deadline on Monday. "I said" no "since 2006. Now, one time, I said" yes "on two conditions: First, part of the income had to go to charity, secondly, I wanted to kidnap Fred Savage & a. Stan needed some clarification. "
Reynolds said $ 1 of each sold ticket will go to a campaign that will be named "Fudge Cancer".
"Once Upon a Deadpool" will be opened on December 12 and will run through Christmas Eve. This means that they will face the animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" (opening December 14) and "Aquaman" WB / DC (opening on December 21).
Because what are the holidays without the convergence of red and green spandex?