And here Aquaman thought he would have the superhero live action screen all for Christmas.
On Friday, Ryan Reynolds suggested a poster for "Once Upon a Deadpool" by Fox: a release that represents both a noble act of charity and a brilliant bit of box office marketing.
"Once Upon a Deadpool" is a recaptured version of the R-rated summer sequel that tunes language and violence to guarantee a PG-13 rating.
Or as Reynolds tweets from the new version: "The only letter F of this movie is Fred Aaron Savage." And in Instagram, he calls "a fairy tale that gives zero to F". In the poster, Reynolds appears adhered to Savage while he was mounted in a reindeer.
The "Deadpool" franchise, so tied to the 1980 references, stays true to such riffing here. Savage interpreted to his grandson who read the story of the story in 1987 "The Princess Bride"; In the new scenes "Once Upon a Deadpool", Reynolds will inform his adventure "Deadpool" for the adult Savage on the same infant bed.
"Deadpool 2" raised $ 734 million worldwide this summer – almost as much as the first movie made in 2016. As Deadline reported this week, Fox Longa looks for a PG-13 version of a Deadpool movie.
"Fox is asking for a PG-13 basically from the beginning in 2006," Reynolds told the Deadline on Monday. "I said" no "since 2006. Now, this time, I said" yes "in two conditions: First, a part of the product had to go to charity. Second, I wanted to kidnap Fred Savage. The second The condition took some explanations. "
Reynolds said $ 1 of each ticket sold will go to a campaign that will be called "Fudge Cancer."
"Once Upon a Deadpool" will open on December 12 and will run on Christmas Eve. This means that he goes to head with Sony / Columbia animated "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" (opening December 14) and "Aquaman" of WB / DC (opening December 21).
Why are the holidays without a convergence of red and green Spandex?