Ryan Reynolds has finally uploaded an official (and much clearer) version of the Deadpool teaser that comes before each showing of Logan in theatres.
The internet was abuzz when the same clip made rounds on social media earlier this weekend. Albeit blurry and with poor audio, someone had earlier uploaded a camcorded version of the much-discussed scene on the web. Since then, it's been a game of hide-and-seek for fans who wanted to see the teaser because the pirated clip was being taken down every so often.
And like the anti-hero he is, the Deadpool star came through (late, like in the teaser) for fans and shared the clip in its entirety. Check it out:
Video courtesy: Ryan Reynolds
If you watch closely, the 3-minute clip has quite a number of Easter eggs. Wade Wilson (aka Deadpool) walks by a theater that shows Logan on the marquee and puts on his costume in a phone booth to the tune of John Williams’ “Superman Theme.” There's also the graffiti on the booth that says “Nathan Summers", a tease to the Cable character set to debut in the Deadpool sequel. Marvel Comics publisher Stan Lee also makes a cameo in the short clip.
The Deadpool sequel is slated for release in 2018.