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‘Deadpool’ New Movie Clip Shows Ryan Reynolds’ Girlfriend Ask for Something Filthy

20th Century Fox has released a new clip from the much awaited “Deadpool” movie, and it reveals a more romantic side to the superhero.

While Cinema Blend brands it as NSFW (not safe for work), we are not really sure what the clip signifies. The clip shows Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) popping the big question to his girlfriend Vanessa Carlyle (Morena Baccarin). In a short one minute teaser, the video has generated more hype to the already existing euphoria around the film.

Gizmodo also reported about the short clip, saying that:

“All the trailers and the marketing campaign surrounding ‘Deadpool’ have been fantastic, and it is undoubtedly the movie everybody is wanting to catch on the big screen. Apart from Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’, this is the first real superhero who is known for his sense of humour and the trailers have tickled everyone’s bone so far.”

A few days ago, “Deadpool’s” new promo was released on Australia Day, and apart from being saucy, it packed an offensive punch after taking a dig at another superhero, Wolverine.

Ryan Reynolds is quoted in Bustle as saying:

“You gave us Wolverine, and for that, I can’t forgive you. I’ve got no problem with Hugh, he’s a true legend. But the movie, that was a true low for me.”

Hugh Jackman heard about this and at a special surprise screening of “Eddie the Eagle” he replied back to Reynolds saying:

“I loved it,” he says, about the new promo. “He’s so funny. He’s hilarious. I can’t wait to see it. I love Ryan, and he can take the shots. Bring it on” he concluded.

“Deadpool” stars Ryan Reynolds as the title character, and “Homeland’s” Morena Baccarin as Copycat. The movie is directed by Tim Miller, and the screenplay is written by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese (Zombieland).

The film follows Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to an experiment leaves him with new-found abilities and he also hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

“Deadpool” is scheduled for release on February 12, 2016 in North America.

You can watch the clip here:

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