Ryan Reynolds Gets 'Turned On' by Carnage in 'Deadpool' Trailer
"With great power comes great irresponsibility" is an apt tagline for Ryan Reynolds as the star in Marvel's anti-hero flick "Deadpool."
The trailer for the actioner made its debut Tuesday and sees Hollywood's second most-handsome goofball (Chris Pratt takes the top prize) in the titular role as ailing Special Forces operative Wade Wilson, who undergoes a life-saving medical experiment that leaves him with incredible new abilities and a new lease on life with accelerated healing powers.
Taking on a new identity as Deadpool -- clad in a red suit and mask -- he goes on a mission seeking revenge against his enemy.
But his new supernatural gifts has its drawbacks.
"Oh, god, you are hard to look at," co-star T.J. Miller says to Reynolds, whose beautiful face is now disfigured following the procedure. "You look like the topographical map of Utah."
Reynolds made his first appearance as Deadpool in 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," but his character did not show off his tongue-in-cheek sensibilities as he does in his full-length feature in which he says things like, "I'm so turned on right now" after firing off bullets through henchmen.
"Deadpool," co-starring Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano and Brianna Hildebrand hits theaters February 2016.