Watch the First Official ‘Deadpool’ Trailer

Following the standing ovation it received last month at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the first official trailer for Deadpool has officially been released.

The trailer for one of 2016’s most-anticipated superhero films made its debut on Conan O’Brien’s late night talk show last night (Aug. 4). Keeping with the theme of the film being Rated-R, O’Brien’s show was rated TV-MA due to the nature of the trailer.

Taking to Twitter, the comedian joked about the rating, thanking star Ryan Reynolds for it. “Showing @VancityReynolds’ #Deadpool trailer earned my show a TV-MA rating tonight. Thanks a fucking lot, Ryan.”

The trailer begins with Reynolds’ Wade Wilson making a difficult decision to take on superpowers in order to cure the cancer in his liver, lungs, prostate, and brain. From there on, it’s a combination of action-packed sequences features some bullets to the bad guys’ heads and a lot of sarcastic lines.

Our favorite part? When Wilson is being wheeled in to get the treatment, he starts by being all serious and then shift to taking a dig at another superhero’s costume.

“Just don’t make my suit green – or animated!”

The official red band trailer can be seen below though it’s supposedly NSFW. We beg to differ, but that’s just us.

Deadpool is set to be released on Feb. 12, 2016.

Watch the First ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer

San Diego’s Comic-Con has now called it a weekend, with the four-day “nerd” convention ending last night. Among all the cosplay and famous actors roaming the hallways, some of the most anticipated things were the trailers for the lengthy list of upcoming superhero films and television series.

One of the most anticipated trailers ended up being David Ayers’ Suicide Squad. Most of the cast was on hand during their panel with the exception of the Joker himself, Jared Leto, who is probably somewhere across the world performing with 30 Seconds to Mars.

During the panel, the first trailer for the supervillan-centric film was unveiled and of course, not everyone listened to the warnings of not filming what was shown at the convention panels, and that’s how we got a bootlegged version of the trailer.

Instead of letting the bootlegged version of the trailer run free on the internet, Warner Bros. decided to release the complete trailer.

Check out the trailer below.

Suicide Squad will hit theaters on Aug. 5, 2015.