This Once Upon A Deadpool Trailer Will Alleviate All Your Doubts

Sergio Cunningham
November 19, 2018

"The second condition took some explaining ..."

Welcome to #TrailerChest, where we're taking a sneak peek at the brand new trailer for Once Upon A Deadpool. Though Savage protests, insisting that he's a grown man and his days of juvenile purity are long behind him, the Merc with a Mouth states that "nobody does childlike innocence" like Savage does. Which is another way of saying - Deadpool 2 has been redone to give it a PG-13 treatment. When he insists he doesn't need Deadpool, Reynolds replies, "You need me to untie you once we're done". But if you're curious to see how a PG-13 Deadpool 2 might play out, Once Upon a Deadpool might be for you. Why am I here, he asks Deadpool, incredulously. It then cuts to Fred Savage, who is annoyed to be tied to a bed in what looks like his childhood room, but is really his characters room from the movie The Princess Bride, a movie in which Fred's character gets told a story by his grandfather and the action of the film comes back to the bedroom at the end.

Not happy: The video returned to Fred and Deadpool as Fred said: 'I kinda prefer Marvel movies.' 'We are Marvel, ' the supe retorted.

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That's a reference to Reynolds' first condition of doing the movie.

In the United Kingdom, however, the plan has backfired a little, as Screenrant reports the rating for the supposedly family-friendly version is actually the same as the original Deadpool 2. Doh. The film also stars Josh Brolin, Zazie Beets, and Julian Dennison and hits theaters on December 12th and will run only through Christmas Eve. There's a quick bit of "new" footage where Deadpool chats with an elderly couple on a bench - but this is actually a deleted scene from Deadpool 2 that can be viewed on the Blu-ray release already. First, a portion of the proceeds had to go to charity. "Working with a small film crew, Reynolds and his cohorts filmed all the framing scenes in a single hectic day of guerrilla-style filmmaking".

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