As those who’ve been following our coverage know, Deadpool is now shooting in Vancouver with Ryan Reynolds in the title role. He’s playing the smart-assed and red-suited mercenary created by Fabian Nicieza and artist Rob Liefeld — a character who gets a second chance on the big screen after his fairly dismal first outing in the first Wolverine film. A number Deadpool set photos, drawn from today’s shoot, have gone online thanks to various social media outlets. Through them you can see how this second cinematic take for the character looks. (Hint: pretty great.) Read More »
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Early Wednesday morning, one of the news stories I assumed was an April Fools joke was over on JoBlo.com. Their article said they exclusively confirmed the Deadpool movie was going to be PG-13. My thought was, “The movie is still filming. How could they possibly have a rating already?” Sure, maybe they could aim for a PG-13 but they couldn’t guarantee that until the MPAA saw a final cut of the movie. A believable, but obvious, April Fools Joke.
Well, it turns out not only was that story was a joke, it was officially orchestrated by 20th Century Fox to prove the opposite. A video has now made it online that looks like an Extra interview with Ryan Reynolds from the set of Deadpool but isn’t what it seems. At the end, you’ll know for sure Deadpool will be rated R.
Check out the Deadpool Rating April Fools Joke below. Read More »
The reveal of Ryan Reynolds in the full Deadpool outfit last week was just the beginning. He and director Tim Miller are hard at work on the superhero film which is set for release February 12, 2016, and news continues to break about the film. After releasing the above image, an official logo was released, Reynolds talked about the film’s rating and then actress Brianna Hildebrand was cast as the mutant Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Read about all of the Deadpool movie news below. Read More »
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OK, Ryan Reynolds, you got me. The actor shared the first official image of his Deadpool costume today, and it’s a shot that Burt Reynolds would really approve of. So naturally we love it, too. The shot really lets you see the details of the Deadpool movie costume, and also the attitude of Reynolds’ so-called “Merc With a Mouth.” It’s pretty much the perfect single-image intro to the character. Read More »
Mark it on your calendar, Deadpool fans. March 19, 2015 is the day we saw the first images from the set of a Deadpool movie. Stars Ryan Reynolds and Morena Baccarin both tweeted out images of their set chairs with a makeshift, paint-splattered logo marking the start of production.
It’s been a long road for the film, which was first announced in 2009 and sat in development hell until the test footage shot for the then head of 20th Century Fox leaked online. Fox then saw the fan desire for the film and put it on the fast track.
Deadpool will be released February 12, 2016 and below you can see the Deadpool movie filming images. Read More »
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Ryan Reynolds has seen first-hand the backlash against the poor on-screen handling of a fan-favorite character. Reynolds played a version of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine that was not much at all like the core version of Deadpool, and fans were quick to blast the film’s character revisions. For the new Deadpool film, which begins shooting soon with Reynolds again playing the character, the actor says hard-core Deadpool fans should be able to embrace the new vision of the merc with a mouth. Read More »