Skip to main content

EXTRACTION Trailer Starring Chris Hemsworth

New Scenes Shot For Deadpool 2's Re-Release

Not content with the theatrical version and the home entertainment-based Super Duper Cut, Team Deadpool has been working for a while on a PG-13 edit of Deadpool 2 that is sliding onto screens in December. And now, thanks to writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, we know it won't just be a chopped up take on the movie, but will actually feature new footage.

Letting slip to the team at Slashfilm, the pair explained that they wrote and shot (alongside director David Leitch) new material for this release. "We definitely shot new stuff," says Wernick. "And recently, too. After Deadpool 2 came out and we were all sitting around, we came to it less about the idea of let’s make a PG-13 movie and more, 'Let’s talk a little bit about Deadpool.' We were kicking around some ideas and then I think it was Ryan Reynolds who had the great framing device and we all got excited and went to the studio. They said, 'Yeah, let’s do it. Fire up the cameras.' About two months ago we were out on sound stages shooting again. Ryan was in the suit and the gang was back together, Dave Leitch and Ryan and us having a great time and laughing. It comes together great so we’re super excited about it."

Wernick adds that while the new cut will carry a rating that makes it easier for younger audiences to see, that doesn't mean it won't appeal to Deadpool's older fans. Oh, and don't expect a brand new story – the idea here is apparently to have fun with the existing plot, not change it.

Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms

Please Leave A Comment-
Source-Empire

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

'Focus Movie Mondays' Watch Focus Features Hits From The Comfort Of Your Home

Focus Features announces the switch of their currently standing “Focus Fridays” livestreaming program to “Focus Movie Mondays,” hoping to bring moviegoers back to the movies from the comfort of their own homes. Beginning on Monday April 6th, Focus Features will be livestreaming a film exclusively on their Facebook page (here) every Monday in April for free. Each livestream will include a link to donate to the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s COVID 19 Response Fund.

The program originated back in 2017 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the studio by livestreaming classic Focus films during the summer – past titles have included The Kids Are All Right, Pride & Prejudice, The Constant Gardner, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Intended as a celebration of film, the program brings moviegoers together through social media, as the livestreams allow chat functionalities between the studio, filmmakers, viewers, and talent alike to have live watch parties together. Focus …

Enter For A Chance To Win Passes To See EMPEROR In Dallas

Enter For A Chance To Win Passes To See EMPEROR On March 24th at 7:00 PM in Dallas.

Emperor is inspired by the legend of Shields “Emperor” Green, a descendant of African kings turned outlaw slave in the pre-Civil War South. Seeking freedom for his family, Emperor fights his way north, joining the daring raid on Harper’s Ferry and helping alter the course of American history.

Produced by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Reginald Hudlin (The Black Godfather, Django Unchained), Emperor stars Dayo Okeniyi (Terminator Genisys, "Shades of Blue"), Naturi Naughton ("Power"), Kat Graham ("The Vampire Diaries"), Mykelti Williamson (Fences), Oscar nominee James Cromwell (Babe, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), and Oscar nominee Bruce Dern (Nebraska , Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood).



Emperor is directed by Mark Amin (The Good Kill, Frida) from a script by Amin and Pat Charles (Black Lightning, "Sons of Anarchy). Produced by Hudlin, Cami Winikoff and Amin.

CLICK HERE T…

Sex Tape Review: Overly Sexual, Rude, Vulgar, and Absolutely Hilarious

The raunchy Sex Tape will divide audiences and critics, but who cares? Sex Tape suggests a growing practice among loving partners: that of making a raunchy testament of their escapades for posterity. But what happens when that evidence gets seen by friends, neighbors, and even the mailman? This is the plot that pits Jay (Jason Segel) and Annie (Cameron Diaz) in an effort to secure every iPad gift Jay has given, his record company playlists being the envy of the recipients, but which has also inadvertently spread the video to every device. The reason for the act - termed in the movie as pulling "the full Lincoln" for its three-hour length - stems from the couple's non-existent social life, brought on by the constant demands of their children. The couple has a lot to lose: a burgeoning business relationship between Annie and Hank (Rob Lowe) could end if the iPad she's given to Hank exposes the video, and so the couple sets out to reclaim and wipe the incriminating …