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Posted on Friday, September 2nd, 2016 by Angie Han
Fox’s Marvel universe and Disney’s Marvel universe are two completely places. They have to be, for legal reasons — Fox has the rights to basically anything involving mutants, and Disney has just about everything else. So the storylines don’t intersect, the characters don’t meet, and as far as either franchise is concerned the other one simply doesn’t exist. But leave it to Deadpool to try and bend the rules with a sneaky reference.
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Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick cared deeply about Deadpool. The two screenwriters behind Zombieland spent six years on the project, on and (mostly) off. Even when the odds of the comic book movie getting made appeared dire, they stuck with it, firmly believing in the character and director Tim Miller‘s vision. Once 20th Century Fox gave the project the greenlight, they wouldn’t pay to have “the real heroes” of Deadpool to be on set, but the film’s star and producer, Ryan Reynolds, was more than willing to pay them himself.
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