20th Century Fox's panel for 2016's Deadpool isn't until Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International: San Diego, but the studio and its star Ryan Reynolds are already revealing new details about the movie and potential crossovers with other movies. Reynolds started off the day by posting the above image on his Twitter feed, showing Deadpool hitchhiking his way to San Diego.
In an interview with Screenrant, Reynolds talked about the possibility of Deadpool crossing over with the other X-Men movies -- especially given Deadpool's off-kilter debut previously in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
"That's a damn good question. You tell me. It would be kind of hard, wouldn't it?" Reynolds said. "Because you have a character -- let's say you have a character who knows he's in a comic book movie, that sourt of breaks the fourth wall [and] has a tendency to kind of say people's real names instead of their characters' names. How do you introduce that into another universe that... does not do that? So... I don't know. I'd be curious to say. I'm not ayingthat's not going to hapen. I don't know if it's going to happen. I would love to see that."
With 20th Century Fox owning the movie rights to both the Fantastic Four and X-Men, there's some interesting options from Fantastic Four to X-Men: Apocalypse, or even Gambit or the third Wolverine film.
Also, earlier this week new photos from Deadpool debuted in Entertainment Weekly's print magazine (and scanned by ComicBook). These photos give us the first look at Angel Dust (Gina Carano), Weasel (T.J. Miller), Ajax (Ed Skrein), Copycat (Morena Baccarin), as well as a second shot of Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead in what appears to be an X-Men costume.
Interestingly, the photo of Baccarin is with Reynolds who appears without the scars seen on Deadpool's face previously in paparazzi photos.
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Deadpool is scheduled for release February 12, 2016.