‘Deadpool’ Movie 2016 Script Leaked; Read Ryan Reynolds’ Lines Here

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The “12 Days of Deadpool” is far from being over as fans can expect more surprises from the cheeky character this holiday season.

Ryan Reynolds, who plays “Deadpool,” shared a season’s greeting card on Twitter and a page for the movie’s script for all the fans to enjoy.

Reynolds and 20th Century Fox revealed a page from the film’s script marked up with “Deadpool” notes and doodles.

The script features an exchange between Deadpool, Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), and Colossus (Andre Tricoteux), Entertainment Weekly noted.

After realizing an unidentified prisoner is gone, Deadpool starts attacking Colossus. Unfortunately, he broke both of his wrists and an ankle in the scene. “Ooooh…I’m pounding Colossus in the bum rush,” Deadpool wrote in his annotations of the scene.

“All the dinosaurs feared the T-Rex,” said Deadpool in the script.

Deadpool’s notes also have doodles of a bloody blade and a taco, a game of Hangman, and a mention of an “Orlando Bloom-ming Onion.”

All of these are part of the movie’s “12 Days of Deadpool,” which began in Dec. 14 and will end with a new “Deadpool” trailer on Christmas Day, USA Today noted.

Producer Simon Kinberg earlier assured that there will be a new trailer for the Marvel film, which he said will make fans very happy.

“I’ve seen a version of the trailer that’s pretty awesome, that’s close to being ready. I think the plan is in December to put out the new trailer. In terms of new footage and material, Ryan’s creating new footage and material every single day, so I’m assuming he’ll do something new on the internet in the next week or so,” Kinberg said.

The official Twitter account of the movie also earlier shared the character’s Christmas Wish List for Santa, which includes a wish to “be on the cover of the biggest and best movie magazine.”

“Deadpool” will premiere on February 12, 2016.

Kinberg has also confirmed that the idea of “Deadpool 2” has already been considered.

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