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Rob Liefeld surely wasn’t happy with Deadpool's representation in 2010’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but the industry has repaid the debt from that disaster by creating the amazing Deadpool movie that came out earlier this year.
Although he has become iconic for his portrayal of Hellboy, there's a Marvel role that Ron Perlman thinks that he is perfect for as well.
The comic book histories of Deadpool and Cable are very much interwoven. After all, they not only shared a title that lasted for 50 issues and have appeared in multiple miniseries together since, but the Merc With The Mouth even debuted in New Mutants #98 with the mission of assassinating the bionic arm-sporting time-traveler.
We spend so much time arguing on social media, and in comments sections, about which superhero movie is the “best” of the bunch. So we’re putting it to a vote. We’ve had three superhero movies released so far this year. We have three more coming. At this stage, though, we want to know: What’s the best superhero movie released so far this year?
In case you missed the news, Deadpool was an absolutely massive hit when it arrived in theaters earlier this year – and as a result, the sky is the limit where franchise opportunities are concerned.
As the box office heats up, a slew of winter favorites are finally heading to DVD and Blu-ray, and while we’re a little early to catch stuff like Batman V Superman, there are a ton of critically acclaimed movies and big box office releases that are out this month.
While Deadpool 2 is still uber-early in its development cycle, it's not too early to start debating over who will be providing the Cable. And as luck would have it, an 80's action superstar wants in on the super-powered role!
X-Men: Apocalypse is continuing the X-Men franchise’s trend of using post-credits scenes, and this time, it’s introducing a new character. Read on to get the details and read about our guesses.
Do you know who REALLY loves The Incredible Hulk? People who live in North Carolina. And how about Iron Man? Well, he’s reportedly incredibly popular in Alaska, Idaho, and Pennsylvania, to name just a few states. These aren’t just random assumptions. These are the results of a survey conducted by Ranker on popular Marvel heroes, ranked by U.S. state.
Bryan Singer understands that fans want to see Deadpool in his X-Men films, but also urges caution in performs such a crossover.
While the team over at Screen Junkies is always good for a couple of solid laughs, they’ve outdone themselves with their newest trailer, for Deadpool. After all, how does one make jokes about a film which already one of the funniest things we’ve seen in years?
So far, Deadpool is one of the biggest movies of the year. It currently sits at number four in the global box office for 2016, but that number may change, as there is still one country that has not seen the film release in theaters.
It hasn’t even been three full months since Deadpool arrived in theaters, but fans can already own it for themselves. Wade Wilson’s solo adventure was released on Digital HD last week, and it’s already broken this impressive record.
Deadpool wasn’t simply one of the best comic book action movies that we had seen in awhile, it was also one of the funniest movies that we had seen. Now that the DVD is almost out, the comedy is back in the ads as well.
With so many superhero movie entries, both live action and animated, there’s more than enough to determine which are the greatest of the bunch. With that in mind, Cinema Blend has put together its definitive list of the 30 best superhero movies ever made.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Miller and producer Simon Kinberg last month, and I began the interview by asking the pair about any deleted scenes that they wish could have been snuck back into the feature for the theatrical cut.
While Olivia Munn eventually found her way into the X-Men universe with her role in this summer's X-Men: Apocalypse, she almost found her way in through a different, earlier route. That route being through the heart of Wade Wilson.
Movie marketing can be an utterly bizarre experience. Every brand and company want to find a way to tie themselves into popular media, as being the “official” anything of a film is guaranteed to get more eyeballs on your brand name.
The Utah Deadpool lawsuit is still underway but now the Brewvies movie theater that screened the film while serving alcohol is fighting back against the fine in an unexpected way.
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld has come out and explained why Cable did not make an appearance during the events of Deadpool.