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Discussion in 'Deadpool 2' started by Thread Manager, May 15, 2018.
Variety's Playback Podcast - Rob Liefeld on Deadpool 2 and the Superhero Movie Landscape
Here's the next 10 years! t:
"If you told me back then that one movie will spawn an expensive two movie universe, I would say that you're crazy" .
The back of the X-Men first class (deadpool) cover
Presumably its the same on the back of all of them.
At a 7pm imax showing
Deserves all the exposure it gets.
Glad I did the double feature. Clearly, I have seen the FX version way too many times.
Loved the movie. Greatest disappointment was that I was the only one who laughed at a Liefeld joke. My audience sucked.
It probably helps to see it with comic dorks, as bad as the smell will be.
The marketing team behind these two movies deserve a big, fat raise. I don't think there's been a better marketing campaign for a film since The Dark Knight's rival marketing.
This sequel sound super obnoxious so far.
Hoping I don't end up looking at the first one as though the gimmick was good for just one movie.
Porquoi? If you haven't seen it, why does it sound obnoxious?
I loved this one SO much more than the first, which I felt was rather overrated. I felt it was a painfully cookie cutter origin tale only made distinct by the blood, sex, and swearing. The story was much more interesting and the range of emotional beats much more compelling this time.
I thought there were quite a few things in this film that were improvements over the first. I loved the pace. It bopped a long and entertained with relentless glee. The only complaint I have is -
Why is it so damn hard to get the Juggernaut right? I know, I know, this is the closest we have literally ever come to a perfect Juggernaut, but I was still disappointed. No charging. No rampaging. Just a brawl with Colossus that ended really stupid like. I was hoping for more. It's a fanboy complaint, I'll totally conceded that, but still.
Other than that I really loved the movie. I think I may prefer it to the first actually.
Deadpool 2 cost $110m, an increase I anticpated years ago (with most of the people on here thinking that they'd never increase the budget to that point).
I also saw both yesterday and I liked the first one better but only because that kid annoyed me so bad, just the worst
Deadpool 2 Leaning Toward R-Rated Thursday Night Record With Around $15M+ Early Read
I remember reading some time ago that the budget was 100 mil, but must have gone up $10 mil for reshoots perhaps.
Nah, Celine wanted $5 mill and Beckham wanted $5 mill.
Early budget figures are always a bit iffy. Better wait for release and actual data from reliable sources such as The Numbers and Box Office Mojo.
Deadpool 2 Scores R-Rated Thursday Night Record With $18.6M
Can they finally top The Passion of the Christ in the US? t:
I hope so
Saw it last night, no IMAX screenings in my area, I really enjoyed it, I feel the first is a better film, but I laughed and had a good time. 8/10
I loved it even more than the first. This might be the most fun and fan-generous comicbook movie yet. It had many elements that I had hoped the first one would have had(still loved it). Never a dull moment on this film. This totally felt to me like the comedic superhero movie that someone like John Landis, Harold Ramis, or Ivan Reitman could have made if the superhero genre would have already been this big back in the day.