It looks like the Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds just keeps on doing his unconventional heroic acts even outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise.
Right after we got a first look on the trailer for his upcoming film with director Michael Bay, 6 Underground, we're now getting a poster of another film starring Reynolds... and yes, it seems that he is playing yet another hero that kinda breaks the all-righteous trope of supers.
Check out the poster for Free Guy below:
In the poster, we see Reynolds who play as Guy, clad in an office uniform doing the iconic Superman pose where he opens up his button-down shirt from the chest to reveal his 'S' logo, only Guy's just wearing the same uniform underneath.
"On a very literal level, Free Guy is about Guy, who's a bank teller. He works in a bank, and his bank gets robbed 17 times in a day, and eventually he realizes that's weird and not normal," the film's director, Shawn Levy reveals, via the Hollywood Reporter. "Ryan and I have talked about Free Guy as a superhero origin story without the cape and tights and the IP. If you were living in a video game and could master the system, your powers would be limitless."
Other stars appearing in the film are Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok director), Joe Keery (Stranger Things) and Jodie Comer (Killing Eve). In a clip shared by Ryan Reynolds on Twitter, he and Waititi had seemingly 'forgot' about the Green Lantern movie where they first got to work together.
Free Guy is coming to theaters on July 2020. For more information, check out 20th Century Fox on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Homestream image from 20th Century Fox Twitter page.