Last night, attendees of San Diego Comic-Con were treated to an amazing treat, as the cast and director of Deadpool revealed the first ever footage from the 2016 blockbuster. Unfortunately, fans who weren't in Hall H will have to wait a little while for their own first look at the movie, but the good news is that the wait really won't be that long. It looks like official footage will be coming out three weeks from now (paired with the release of The Fantastic Four).

While there have been trade reports saying that Deadpool's first trailer will be appearing online this week, Ryan Reynolds himself used his Twitter account to tell fans that they will have to be a bit patient when it comes to film footage arriving online. He wrote:


It's unclear if the footage we will see in three weeks will be the Comic-Con trailer that was shown last night with updated VFX, but it definitely would be a good idea to release the exact same material. Having been in Hall H for the Deadpool panel, I can tell you that what was shown was absolutely amazing, action-packed, vulgar, and hilarious. It was such a perfect preview of the movie that it got attendees chanting "One more time!" which compelled the folks behind the presentation to run the reel a second time. On a day that also included the debut of footage from huge films like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, and X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool was arguably the biggest hit of all.

In Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds stars as Wade Wilson, an ex-special forces mercenary who is devastated to discover that he has been diagnosed with cancer in a large number of vital organs. In order to try and cure himself, he enlists in a special program that he is told will turn him into a superhero - but this goes all kinds of wrong. He is gifted with an incredible healing factor, but it's constant clashing with his cancer leaves the motor mouth merc totally insane (not to mention that he is left with horrific scarring all over his body). After this experiment gone awry, Wade begins wearing a red suit and calling himself Deadpool, looking for vengeance against the people responsible for his creation. Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Ed Skrein, Leslie Uggams, and Gina Carano co-star in the film, which will be out in theaters on February 12, 2016.

Be sure to check back in three weeks when this new Deadpool footage comes online, and stay tuned in the coming days for more about movie!

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