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Deadpool is not a kid-friendly movie, but when it comes to Ryan Reynolds, the man couldnít be more willing to make a young Deadpool fanís wish come true.
Ryan Reynolds has been busy kicking ass, taking names and running off at the mouth on the set of Deadpool, and sometimes when you spend all day hacking and slashing your enemies with samurai swords, you need to cozy up by your electronic fire place and kick up your feet.
It will be awhile until we learn who will be the main characters of the recently-announced New Mutants film, but here are the X-Men characters we suspect might be included in the lineup.
New Mutants are now in the mix, but what are the titles that the X-Men franchise can use to compete with both Marvel and DC in the years between now and 2019 and 2020? We have a few ideas...
Some of you may remember Deadpool's epic April Fool's joke that featured the movie's titular Merc With A Mouth killing Mario Lopez with a stage light. Well, it seems that psychotic mercenary isn't quite done delivering pain to the man who once known as Slater.
Unlike most superhero movie productions, Deadpool hasn't been shy at all about giving fans a peek into the movie's antics. Hence, we now have this incredibly awesome shot of the titular Merc With A Mouth leaping over a car and dual-wielding pistols.
Ryan Reynolds is at it again, teasing us with that Deadpool R-rated humor that fans of the Merc With The Mouth have grown to love. And just in time for Motherís Day, too, as Deadpool shows off yet another hysterical scenario.
When youíre an actor in a comic book, you have to make sure you donít share anything spoiler-y while the film is being made. Fortunately, Deadpool star T.J. Miller seems to have perfected how to keep from spilling the beans in interviews.
To tide us over until Deadpool hits theaters, we now have a video pitting comic book Deadpool against the Origins Deadpool video game-style, letting the former dish out some well-deserved justice against the latter.
Ryan Reynolds tweets a photo from the set of the Deadpool movie, as filming reaches the halfway point.
X-Men: Apocalypse has one of the biggest ensembles weíve seen in an X-Men film, and anticipation grows. But what will this movie mean for the X-Men Universe. Well, according to writer/producer Simon Kinberg, it is going to change the history of the X-Men cinematic universe forever.†
The fact that Deadpool can heal himself from practically any wound means that the guy really goes all out in battle, regularly willing to sacrifice his own body for the kill. As a result, we should see some rather awesome stunts present in the upcoming film about the Marvel Comics character, and now a new set video has arrive highlighting some of that work.
Despite its R-rating, director Tim Miller's Deadpool should really be a lot like a cartoon. At his core, what makes the titular character so delightful is how ridiculous and silly he can be at times, regularly talking to the audience like a deadly mercenary version of Bugs Bunny. Only time will tell if the feature takes that route, but that tone is definitely present in this Ryan Reynolds-approved fan art
For good while, 2016 was looking to be a tremendous opportunity for the theater industry to grow. Coming off some optimistic stock reports at the end of March, next year looked to enjoy surefire tentpole hits galore, rising concessions sales and experimental aesthetic options. Yet, the latest forecast from Wall Street soothsayers seem to indicate that 2016 will be anything but superb.
Ryan Reynolds has been a nonstop source of Deadpool intel lately. The anti-heroic comic book movie recently started filming in Vancouver, B.C., and the actor has sent out a near constant stream of photos and tidbits over social media.
Ryan Reynolds has come up with two delicious names for Deadpool's katanas, and if you're a fan of The Golden Girls, you might fall in love with him even more.
In the 250th issue of Deadpool comics - released in stores today - the Merc With The Mouth is shown to finally actually die - despite the fact that he has long been practically unkillable. Well, it turns out that Ryan Reynolds, the star of the upcoming Deadpool movie, has something to say about that.
Deadpool is full-swing into production, which means that castings and character announcements have been making the rounds recently. Now we can add another name to the list of obscure Marvel characters appearing in the movie.
Deadpool is in the midst of shooting what will surely be one of its biggest action sequences up in Vancouver, Canada, and while we got a wide shot of some awesome destruction earlier today, now we have a lovely on-set close-up of Marvel's funniest, most badass mercenary.
Especially now that an R-rating has been confirmed, we can definitely expect director Tim Miller's upcoming Deadpool movie to deliver with a lot of hardcore action. But if you need hard evidence of this, you need look no further than some set pics that have arrived online, showing off one of the movie's blockbuster sequences.