Eh, I don't feel that way at all. Most of the footage is in context of scenes we have already seen before. Just expanded upon or in a different cut. The biggest spoiler I wish they had kept under wraps is Doomsday. Otherwise we already knew the movie was going to feature Batman and Superman punching each other and Wonder Woman kicking ass. There is still plenty left to see.
Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool has set the Thursday preview night box office record for an R-rated film, surpassing previews record holder The Hangover Part II by $2.3 million.
Ryan Reynolds Deadpool earned $12.7 million at 2,975 locations in Thursday night preview screenings in the United States. The box office haul makes Deadpool the record holder for the box office total for an R-rated film opening on Thursday night.
Originally pegged for a $55+ million opening, Deadpool is now estimated to gross $70+ million over the 4-day President's Day weekend.
Already off to an impressive international debut, Deadpool could be headed for a $125+ million opening (worldwide) from a modest production budget of just $58 million.
My wife and I just got back from seeing Deadpool. It was entertaining and funny most of the time. I'm not a longtime fan of the character so I guess I didn't have much in the way of expectations. I felt like I got my eight bucks' worth out of the movie and would probably see it again with friends if they all wanted to go.