|This article is written from the Real World perspective|
|Release date||December 14, 2016|
|Producer(s)|| Brian Mariotti|
|Previous Video||Bait 'n' Switch|
Chimichangas is a short film. In it, Deadpool and Venom fight over Mexican food.
On the top road, Venom throws a car over the side. He turns and jumps up and down then leaps off the car. He kicks a car across the road.
He leaps over to a blue car teetering on the edge. He picks it up and tosses it aside. He laughs and wiggles his tongue.
Just then he hears the jingling of music behind him. He turns and sees a food truck racing down the road towards him.
He lifts up the side window and pops out wearing a chef's hat. Venom races towards him, his tongue waving out. Deadpool looks shocked.
Venom continues running then leaps up into the air. He tackles Deadpool knocking the window shutter down and tipping the truck over then upside down. A jalapeno flies out.
A dent matching Deadpool's shape appears in the bottom of the truck as it bounces up. Another one appears in the side. A third dent knocks the truck around. Just then, he flies out the back of the truck and slams onto the pavement.
He weakly looks up and reaches to move away. Venom's tentacle appears behind him and grabs him. Deadpool scratches the ground as he is pulled back.
Venom swings him around as he pulls him back towards the truck. Deadpool pulls out a sword and severs the tentacle. He swings the sword around slicing the tentacle five more times.
He lands on the ground with pieces of tentacle landing around him. He stands and readies his sword, the tentacles melt into liquid.
Deadpool reaches behind him and pulls out a chimichanga bursting with fillings. He looks at it realizing what he is holding and is shocked.
He watches as his opponent extends a tentacle to grab the food. He pulls the chimichanga into the truck, the doors closing behind it. Suddenly the whole vehicle shakes as he burps.
After a second, another burp blows the doors off the back. Kitchen utensils, a pan, and peppers fly out along with a big cloud of smoke.
Venom sprints out and runs in circles holding his throat. He stops and burps again, this time flames shoot out. He stops and wipes off his tongue.
- In real life, Interstate 96 stretches across Michigan.
- Fort McGuinness is a reference to Deadpool artist Ed McGuinness.
- Ditko Avenue is a reference to Spider-Man artist Steve Ditko. In the comics, Deadpool based his look off of Spider-Man.
- Wernick Parkway is a reference to Deadpool film writer Paul Wernick.
- The menu includes Hot Chimichanga, Cold Chimichanga, Wide Chimichanga, Super Hot Chimichanga, Loud Chimichanga, Sharp Chimichanga, and 4th Wall Chimichanga.
- The sides are Sour Wolverine, Slice, Stab, and More Chimichangas.
- After cutting the tentacle, Deadpool lands in the "superhero landing" parodied in the Deadpool film.
- Deadpool's final pose is a reference to the famous Coppertone girl ads, which was parodied in posters for the Deadpool film.
- This is the first, and currently only, Funko short to only feature characters whose film rights are not entirely owned by Marvel Studios. Deadpool belongs to Fox while Venom is shared by Marvel and Sony. Spellbound used Spider-Man, who is also shared by Marvel and Sony, while all other characters in that short and Bait 'n' Switch are owned entirely by Marvel.
- There is a sign for a freeway exit but there is no exit.
- The freeway exit sign has an arrow pointing down. American offramp signs point up.
- Despite the name of the short and on the truck, Deadpool pulls out a burrito. Chimichangas are fried.
Senior vice President of Animation and Family Entertainment Cort Lane said of the series "Telling Marvel stories in the Funko Pop! aesthetic is a special kind of magic unlike anything we've ever done. These shorts are both hilarious and action-packed, and irresistibly adorable too. Really, I think all audiences will love them."
Funko Director of Marketing Mark Robben said "We hope fans enjoy these short films as much as they do collecting Pop!, and hopefully we’ll be able to create many more."
The setting for the film is based on the opening sequence of the Deadpool film. The freeway signs are from the film.
Animation was done completely in computer imagery by A Large Evil Corporation. The characters are designed to look like Funko's signature vinyl bobblehead dolls.
- ↑ Marvel Funko Pops Come to Life in a New Short Film Series at Superhero Hype