Deadpool seems to be everywhere these days – from starring in a crazy music video with singer Celine Dion to invading Stephen Colbert’s Late Show opening monologue. As it looks like, the Merc With A Mouth isn’t showing signs of slowing down in promoting his new movie anytime soon.
Now buyers at Walmart are having a blast after discovering the anti-hero has ‘photobombed’ the covers of many classic movies. Name it: from Edward Scissorhands and Terminator, to Speed and Assasin’s Creed, among others.
It’s a marketing move sure to grab everyone’s attention.
Although the original movies are still inside the BluRays, we do not doubt this Walmart promotional tie-in will not only make people laugh but entice fans to collect the movies all over again.
Of course, it didn’t take long until people began sharing photos of the hilarous find on social media.
A LadBible report even tells us that some fans just “went ahead and bought the entire set of 16 movies with the new slip-covers.”
Of course, people couldn’t help but wonder what it would be like if Deadpool actually starred in these movies.
I mean who wouldn’t want to see him onscreen in Hugh Jackman’s Logan, right? That would definitely be something!
Deadpool 2 is currently getting positive reviews from both critics and moviegoers.
Deadpool 2 stars Ryan Reynolds as the title character along with Josh Brolin as Cable and Zazie Beetz as Domino.
Writing about the movie, Mike Ryan of Uproxx, said:
“Didn’t like the first Deadpool. DEADPOOL 2 beat me into submission until I was actually enjoying myself. Also, it features my now favorite post-credit scene.”
Meanwhile, Collider’s Steven Weintraub wrote:
“Happy to report Deadpool 2 is a lot of fun and had me laughing beginning to end. Stuff after the credits is *awesome*. All the people added to the film were perfectly cast. Avoid spoilers. Always makes it a better experience.”
Watch the movie trailer here:
And yeah, here’s the viral music video for “Ashes” with Celine Dion:
Deadpool is originally created by writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Rob Liefeld and was first introduced in the Marvel comicbook The New Mutants #98.
Sir Elton John Admits He’s Sick of Hearing Ed Sheeran’s Songs
“How many times do you want to listen to these things?”
In a recent episode of George Ezra & Friend’s podcast, legendary singer-songwriter Sir Elton John had a word of warning for pop artist Ed Sheeran – that his popularity will not last forever.
As if that was not enough, Elton also confessed he’s tired of hearing the latter’s songs. His comment has since sparked a lot of reaction from music fans.
Elton John has some words of advice for Ed Sheeran.
As the 71-year-old singer said:...
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Gal Gadot was almost Nebula. And Marvel initially wanted Ryan Gosling as Dr Strange!
There’s just no doubt about it – the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently the king of the big screen. They just keep releasing good superhero films, one after the other, so it’s no surprise that they’re pretty much dominating the box office right now.
Aside from eye-popping visuals and captivating storylines that appeal to worldwide audiences, one of the biggest strengths of Marvel movies is the spot-on casting for the characters.
Robert Downey Jr is, of course, the prime example of this. He’s been Tony Stark (Iron Man) since 2008 and we just can’t see anyone playing the now-iconic hero. Fans would agree that RDJ is practically born for the role!
Interestingly, however, some actors and actresses have almost become heroes and villains in the Marvel universe - until things failed to work out along the way. Check out this list and find out who almost who in your favorite movies! ...
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The villainous alien symbiote is back – this time as an anti-hero!
We've seen several portrayals of fan-favorite Marvel superhero Spider-Man on the big screen - from Tobey Maguire (Spider-Man trilogy) to Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2) and now Tom Holland (Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War) but so far, we've only seen Venom once as played by Topher Grace in Spider-Man 3.
A badass character from the comics, Sony Pictures and Marvel Entertainment is now bringing Venom back with his own movie - and we can't wait to see it!
The villainous alien symbiote first appeared in the movies back in 2007. It took over Spider-Man and made him evil.
Directed by Sam Raimi, Spider-Man 3 featured Venom's power as it gave new abilities and then controlled Spider-Man. Later on, he found a new host in Eddie Brock, Peter Parker's rival photographer in the Daily Bugle. ...