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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.
According to the man who created Deadpool, his solo film will be a tremendous offering for the superhero film genre on the same level as Iron Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, especially with Reynolds as the titular character.
Since late last year when the Deadpool movie was officially announced, we've been hearing about a constant behind-the-scenes debate regarding the film's target rating. There has been a lot of back and forth on this issue, however, the latest update about the situation makes it seem like the studio is on the verge of winning the argument.
After years of being stuck in development hell, Deadpool is now miraculously coming together, and with production about to hit the ground running, that means it's in the final stages of its casting process.
This has been a great weekend for Deadpool fans. On Friday, 20th Century Fox released the first image of Ryan Reynolds in full costume, and it blew our minds how much it looks ripped straight out of the comics. But what exactly can we expect the movie to be about? A new official release date has been posted online that tells us exactly that.
There’s nothing more frustrating than when a superhero movie drastically changes a hero or villain’s look. Thankfully, Deadpool isn’t going to alter the overall look for the “merc with a mouth,” according to leading man Ryan Reynolds.
When reports started funneling out claiming that the upcoming Deadpool movie with Ryan Reynolds was looking to be rated PG-13, you could practically hear the collective cries of fans all around the world. However, it looks like all hope is not lost.
Just how far along is production on Deadpool? Well, Ryan Reynolds has been tweeting from set, which should give you a pretty good indication.
The Deadpool movie is finally starting production shortly, and one of the side-effects of that seems to be character confirmations. Just yesterday it was finally revealed that T.J, Miller will be playing the role of Weasel - the titular anti-hero's sidekick - and now we finally know who Morena Baccarin will be playing in the movie:
Several months after his casting, Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller has seemingly confirmed who he will be playing in 2016’s Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds thinks they have the right team and approach in place to satisfy even the most hardcore Deadpool fanboys.
Will Hugh Jackman ever hang up his adamantium claws? The latest word from the actor himself is that he would be totally down to join Ryan Reynolds in the Deadpool movie.