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25 January 2016 Posted by

In the latest snippet, released to Twitter, much of footage repeated, all of which is seemingly unremarkable except for one quick shot of the X-Men’s Blackbird.

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24 January 2016 Posted by

20th Century Fox continues to roll out one of the best marketing campaigns with a new Deadpool promo in celebration of Australia Day (well, sort of…). Take a look at what he has to say for the people down under, and we all know he’s gonna bring up Hugh Jackman :)

24 January 2016 Posted by

20th Century Fox has released a new TV spot for “Deadpool” with a new footage showing Gina Carano’s Angle Dust fighting one of the major characters in the movie and a new ‘money shot’ scene.

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21 January 2016 Posted by

The Hollywood Reporter estimated “Deadpool” to be on course for a $55 million-plus debut next month. The Fox and Marvel film came on tracking Thursday, three weeks before it opens over the long Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day weekend. Deadpool rolls out Feb. 12 opposite comedies Zoolander 2 and How to Be Single.

Those with access to prerelease services say the scores are strong for Deadpool among both males and females (as of now, it is the first choice among females). One service even has Deadpool crossing $60 million, and that’s before Fox makes its major marketing push.

The four-day Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day weekend has become a lucrative frame for moviegoing. Last year, Fifty Shades of Grey debuted to a dazzling $93 million while Kingsman: The Secret Service launched to $41.8 million over the four days.

Tracking shows Paramount’s Zoolander 2, directed by and starring Ben Stiller opposite Owen Wilson, looking to gross north of $20 million, but those estimates could easily see an uptick in the coming days. That would place the comedy ahead of New Line’s How to Be Single, a female-skewing rom-com starring Fifty Shades star Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie and Leslie Mann.

21 January 2016 Posted by

Ryan is making the rounds with the world premiere of “Deadpool” and before the movie premiere in Taiwan, Ryan impressed fans with his knowledge of Chinese culture and a limited Chinese vocabulary. I don’t speak Chinese but thankfully Focus Taiwan did the translation for us and wrote a report on his friendly approach to fans in his social network. There is also a clip of his airport arrival at the end of this post if you’d like to take a look (of course you do!).

If Ryan Reynolds’ reception in Taiwan is anything to go by, bantering with fans works, especially if it is done in the local language. The Canadian movie star arrived in Taiwan Wednesday to promote his latest movie, “Deadpool.”

Taking several steps further than other Hollywood stars who try to greet local fans in Chinese when in Taiwan, Reynolds showed his knowledge of some the latest news events in the country, much to the pleasant surprise of the locals.

In a Facebook post, Reynolds announced jokingly — in Chinese — that he wants to apply to become the lead singer of ChthoniC, Taiwan’s best-known death metal band. On Jan. 16, the band’s lead vocalist, Freddy Lim (林昶佐), won a seat in the legislative elections to become a member of Taiwan’s next Legislative Yuan. In response to news about the Reynolds post, band leader and bass player Doris Yeh reportedly said: “We can only hire him.”

In another post in Chinese, Reynolds played on the Chinese character “菜, tsai,” which means poor-quality, saying: “Fans in Taiwan, I’m your cup of tea even though I speak poor Chinese (菜中文, tsai zhong wen).” The pun was not lost on the Taiwanese, who sometimes make fun of the name of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文). The three characters of her name sound like “poor English,” although she speaks good English, having been educated in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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20 January 2016 Posted by

Nominees for the 8th annual Shorty Awards — highlighting the best content across the social media landscape including Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Instagram, Vine and, for the first time, Periscope — are officially out.

Founded and produced by Sawhorse Media, the Shorty Awards will be held in April in New York City and will be available via live stream at ShortyAwards.com. Finalists in each category — recognizing content for sports, journalism, fashion, humor and more — are determined by rankings from The Real Time Academy (rtacademy.org), as well as votes from fans via social media. Users can vote once per day per influencer on the Shorty Awards website and share their vote on Twitter and Facebook through the site for an additional vote per social network, per day, per influencer, until voting closes on Feb. 18.

Ryan is nominated in the ‘Actor’ category under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT along with the following actors:

Ansel Elgort
Dwayne Johnson
Jared Leto
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Matt McGorry
Michael B Jordan
Nathan Fillion
Taye Diggs
Tom Hanks
Zac Efron

You know what to do… keep the votes rolling!

19 January 2016 Posted by

Ryan made a surprise appearance at a supposedly fan Q&A session for “Deadpool” organized by Vsauce. Fans were promised exclusive scenes from the movie but they were instead treated to the whole movie (lucky folks!). According to People, Ryan told the crowd, “I know we were going to show you guys some footage but … hell, you wanna just see the whole film? Let’s just show you the whole movie!”

Blake was apparently also there and re-posted Ryan’s picture with an arrow pointing to where she was sitting.

@vancityreynolds who’s that babe in the back?! It was my first time seeing @deadpoolmovie tonight– yes, at the surprise screening for the fans, I mean who do I have to sleep with to get into this movie?! Have to say… Best. Movie. Ever. No joke. #??L makin mama proud ?

18 January 2016 Posted by

The newly-released TV spot for “Deadpool” offers a quick look at Stefan Kapicic’s Colossus.

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17 January 2016 Posted by

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Deadpool” has been denied permission to screen in China due to its violence, nudity and graphic language. A source close to the decision at China Film Group tells THR that the reports are indeed accurate.

China’s censorship authorities often work with Hollywood studios to create special cleaned-up cuts of R-rated movies, but sources close to the Deadpool decision say it wasn’t possible to excise the offending material without causing plot problems. China has no ratings system, so the country’s media regulator, the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), makes an up-down judgment on all film imports, approving or banning them for consumption by Chinese viewers of all ages.

Despite the film’s more adult tone and content, many observers had predicted that Deadpool would find a way into the China market, thanks to the Marvel imprimatur.

17 January 2016 Posted by

Fox released a new Deadpool TV spot during the NFL playoffs on Saturday. It’s mostly identical to the previous spot but with 5% more footage that comes towards the end.

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