This Game Crosses Deadpool With Cards Against Humanity

If Deadpool could play any game, it would probably be Cards Against Humanity. The hero is just as dark and disturbingly humorous as the game itself and would most likely have all the best answers. Now, a new game will offer the perfect blend of the two best messed-up-but-hilarious things on the market.

As Entertainment Weekly reports, the adult party game Deadpool vs. the World is a sharp and funny take on the character's wit, laid out in a fun multi-player card game. The deck consists of 100 custom illustrations on cards broken down into two categories—”WTF?” and “Caption.” The caption cards are wet-erase, and each turn will see players filling in the blanks with pens that come with the game to cook up the best possible phrases.

Of course, just like Cards Against, the point is to steer away from the safest or most obvious responses and go for the ones that will be funniest. “Winning requires players to tread outside of their comfort zone and fill in the blanks of cards that elicit inappropriate responses, ensuring outcomes of surprise, shock, and outbursts of laughter,” the game's manufacturer USAopoly explains.

The game will be available this summer, likely coinciding with or following the release of Deadpool 2, which hits theaters on May 18.

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Check Out This First Look of Tom Hardy in Marvel’s Upcoming ‘Venom’ Film

Despite being one of 2018's most anticipated films, the details regarding Sony's Venom film starring Tom Hardy as the Spidey anti-hero have been under some pretty tight wraps. Finally, there is a first look at Hardy's depiction of the terrifying villain, but it might not exactly be what you have been expecting. 

IGN has released the first official still from the movie that shows Hardy as main character Eddie Brock before he transforms into his fearsome black and white Venom form. 

While the photo might seem like a bit of a letdown compared to what could have potentially been revealed, Entertainment Weekly was able to decipher what it says in Brock's journal while he is out reporting for The Daily Globe. The pages include questions like “So how exactly does the Life Foundation go about testing its pharmaceuticals?” and “What about the allegations your empire is built on?”

As an explanation, Entertainment Weekly writes, “The Life Foundation appeared in the comics as an organization believing that the Cold War would culminate in a nuclear holocaust. So, to protect their wealthy clients, its leaders constructed a bunker for them to wait it out.”

Last time we got a silver screen adaptation of Venom, it was the abysmal Topher Grace version from Sam Raimi's Spider Man 3. 

Venom is directed by Ruben Fleischer and will also star Riz Ahmed and Michelle Williams. It is set to hit theaters Oct. 5, 2018. Until then, here's a message from Fleischer and Hardy that first aired exclusively at Brazil Comic Con. Hardy tells fans, ” “I just wanted to say that I give you my word of honor that I’m going to do everything that I can to deliver the best Venom that I possibly can muster.”

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