Watch Deadpool Pop A Perverted Question In Movie's First, NSFW Clip
We’ve seen the red-band trailers. We knew what we were in for. And yet, somehow, we weren’t ready for this. A new clip of next month’s Deadpool has been released and it’s taught us a couple of things. First off, that Wade Wilson isn’t necessarily going to be the filthiest person in the movie, and second, never take candy from Deadpool. This clip is NSFW, trust us. Are all the kids out of earshot? Ok, check it out.
It’s a lovely Christmas scene where two young lovers, played by Ryan Reynolds and Morena Baccarin, are spending time together, while both wearing ugly Christmas sweaters and no pants. Which, to be fair, is the best way to spend Christmas. Each one has a question for the other. Wade Wilson is ready to propose, in part because he thinks that’s what she’s about to ask him. It’s not. He apparently completely missed what she was trying to say. We did not. They were both looking to take their relationship to the next level. Turns out they had very different ideas about how to do that. Also, there’s Ryan Reynold’s ass, you know, if that works for you.
Needless to say, this is a side of Morena Baccarin that we had not previously seen on Firefly. We knew she wasn’t going to play the standard kidnapped girlfriend, she made that clear in the trailers, but this goes well beyond that. She came to play. While the movie is certainly called Deadpool for a reason, it’s great to see that Baccarin isn’t going to be left out of the movie’s over-the-top comedy. Now we have to wonder how far she’ll go. We can’t wait to find out.
While previous trailers have shown us the movie’s action, this shows us that the movie isn’t going to be saving it’s R-rating only for those major set pieces. This scene obviously comes before Wade Wilson goes through his experiments which transform him into Deadpool, so it must come very early in the film. The more we see, the more we wonder if the movie is going to slow down for even a second. If this is how the movie opens, what kind of lines are we going to get by the end?
The more we see of Tim Miller's Deadpool, the more we just can’t wait to see more. Seeing too much and spoiling the movie for ourselves seems near impossible at this point. Every single scene has great jokes that we still can’t believe have made it into a superhero movie. There’s just a little over two weeks left before Deadpool finally hits theaters. Bring it on.
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