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‘Vanishing On 7th Street’ Movie Trailer – 2011 Release Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery Director: Brad Anderson Writer: Anthony Jaswinski Movie Plot: When a massive power blackout causes the population to inexplicably vanish, a small handful of survivors (Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo) band together inside a desolate tavern struggling to survive as the darkness hones in on them. From director Brad Anderson (Session 9, The Machinist, Transsiberian) comes an apocalyptic thriller with a terrifying vision of our world’s end and a story that wrestles with the nature of existence itself.


    • Deadpool appears in the animated film Hulk Vs Wolverine[57] voiced by Nolan North.[58] Deadpool acts as one of Professor Thorton's henchmen (alongside Lady Deathstrike, Omega Red, and Sabretooth) in the Weapon X program, seeking to capture Wolverine and the Hulk in order to brainwash them and convert them into the ultimate weapons.[59]

    Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
    • Deadpool/Wade Wilson appears in the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, with pre-transformation Wade played by Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool/Weapon XI played by Scott Adkins.[60] He appears to be a highly skilled, wisecracking mercenary, who wields a pair of swords with superhuman speed and skill sufficient to deflect fully-automatic weapons fire. Alluding to this, Colonel William Stryker claims that he would be the perfect soldier if he could keep his mouth shut. Later in the film, Victor claims that Wade was killed off screen. However, Wade was in fact used to become "Weapon XI" a.k.a. the Deadpool (portrayed by both Reynolds and Scott Adkins), possessing other mutants' powers, includingWolverine's healing factor, Scott Summers' optic blasts, John Wraith's teleportation power, and Chris Bradley's technopathy (as seen when Stryker is controlling him through his computer). The name Deadpool in the film originates from the fact that these different powers were "pool-ed" together to make the ultimate mutant killer. He also possessed two long adamantium blades extending from his arms. Under the remote control of Stryker, Deadpool begins fighting Wolverine, and seems to be overpowering him, until Sabretooth returns to assist his brother. Wolverine then eventually gets the upper hand and cuts off Deadpool's head. In some copies of the theatrical release, there is a post-credits scene in which Deadpool's hand is seen reaching for his severed head, at which point, he opens his eyes and makes a noise.[61] This scene was later included in all DVD releases of the film.
    • A spin-off of X-Men Origins: Wolverine starring Deadpool is in development, and Reynolds is attached to reprise his role.[62] According toEmpire, a script is in early development, and Deadpool will "break the fourth wall" during the film.[63] Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (writers ofZombieland) have been attached to write the script for the film

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows                              

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For the film based on the novel, see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Author J. K. Rowling
Illustrators Jason Cockcroft (Bloomsbury)
Mary GrandPré (Scholastic)
Genre Fantasy
Publishers Bloomsbury (UK)
Arthur A. Levine/
Scholastic (US)
Raincoast (Canada)
Released 21 July 2007
Book no. Seven
Sales 44 million (worldwide)[1]
Story timeline 26 July 1997 – 2 May 1998 and 1 September 2017
Chapters 36 chapters and an epilogue
Pages 607 (UK)
759 (US)
ISBN 0545010225
Preceded by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and final of the Harry Potter novels written by British author J. K. Rowling. The book was released on 21 July 2007, ending the series that began in 1997 with the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. This book chronicles the events directly following Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2005), and leads to the long-awaited final confrontation between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort.
  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was published in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury Publishing, in the United States by Scholastic, in Canada by Raincoast Books, and in Australia and New Zealand by Allen & Unwin. Released globally in ninety-three countries, Deathly Hallows broke sales records as the fastest-selling book ever. It sold 15 million copies in the first twenty-four hours following its release,[1] including more than 11 million in the U.S. and U.K. alone. The previous record, nine million in its first day, had been held by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
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