Deadpool Trailer Leaked After Comic-Con Showing

San Diego Comic-Con was this weekend, and of course it brought us the magic of leaked trailers, including the highly-anticipated Deadpool trailer. The leaked Deadpool trailer was from what appears to be a cellphone, so the quality and sound aren’t the best, but it is still better than nothing.

Ryan Reynolds, who plays Deadpool, introduced the first real Deadpool trailer at the panel. During the panel, Reynolds discussed how the movie will stay true to the original comics, according to the Independent.

“It’s the most faithful adaptation of a comic book to a movie I’ve ever seen. I’ve only ever done one other proper — actually not proper — superhero movie [The Green Lantern]. For one I think it’s an absolute miracle that a studio let us make Deadpool, let alone a Rated-R Deadpool.”

In the leaked trailer you are given more of a back story of who Deadpool is, Wade Wilson, and how he eventually became Deadpool. Wilson is a former Special Forces op who goes through a science experiment and ends up with healing powers. After Wilson becomes Deadpool, he begins to seek revenge on those who wronged him, but has a wicked sense of humor as he goes about it and continually breaks the fourth wall. The movie is rated R, which you can clearly see why in the Deadpool trailer because of the numerous F-bombs and inappropriate content that is in it.

The crowd was so ecstatic about the Deadpool trailer at Comic Con that they began shouting for it to play one more time, but that never happened. Many have said that the Deadpool trailer and panel stole the entire show at Comic-Con even with the releases of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Star Wars: The Force Awakens also being previewed.

After the Deadpool trailer was released online, Reynolds took to his Twitter to say a few words.

At least we know in three weeks we will have an even better Deadpool trailer headed our way.

Fans of Deadpool and its trailer took to Twitter to express their delight and happiness about the leaked trailer from Comic Con.

Deadpool won’t be hitting theaters until February, 2016, but the newest trailer should be able to hold us over until then. If you haven’t seen the leaked Deadpool trailer, then here it is, but be warned that it is not safe for work and has strong language and content, which is fitting for the Deadpool movie. Also, the footage isn’t the best, since it was taken from a cell phone, but at this point we will take anything.

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