Black Panther

How did Marvel keep that Black Panther casting a secret? Has Baron Zemo arrived on the Captain America: Civil War set? Does Ryan Reynolds have any other superheroes he’d like to play? Will Heroes Reborn repeat the mistakes of Heroes? When does The Flash Season 2 start shooting? Are these the best fight scenes from Daredevil? Have you met Ant-Man‘s crew? Want to see an Avengers: Age of Ultron scene recreated in Lego? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

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Over the past few days we’ve seen Deadpool running all over town in a series of still images. Here he is surveying the damage after a fight; there he goes riding around town with his BFF Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Now he’s made it all the way to Entertainment Weekly, where he gets to grace the cover of their Comic-Con Bonus Issue. Check out the Deadpool EW cover after the jump. Read More »

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The last Deadpool still showed the Merc with the Mouth doing the typical comic book character thing. He’s loaded with weapons, surrounded by the aftermath of some violent incident.

But the latest Deadpool images show our profane antihero enjoying some of the simpler pleasures in life. Like taking in some art. Or cabbing around town with his BFF, Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand). See more Deadpool images after the jump. Read More »

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Comic-Con is proving a boon for movie lovers, even ones who aren’t actually attending Comic-Con. Ahead of the annual geekstravaganza, Fox has debuted a shiny new Deadpool still with Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth. See the new Deadpool image after the jump. Read More »

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Hugh Jackman has said 2017’s Wolverine 3 will be his last time playing the mutant superhero. But before we get there, he’ll have a few more opportunities to brandish the adamantium claws — including, perhaps, next year’s Deadpool. Star Ryan Reynolds says Jackman could return for the upcoming movie, if scheduling doesn’t get in the way.  Read More »

Deadpool Make a Wish

With confirmation that the eagerly anticipated big screen adaptation of Deadpool is going to be R-rated, there’s no doubt that the property isn’t the most kid-friendly comic book character. But that didn’t stop Ryan Reynolds from making a young boy’s wish come true to meet Deadpool and visit the set of the movie that’s in production in Vancouver right now.

Young Tony Acevedo was given a great gift by the Make-A-Wish Foundation when his wish was to meet Deadpool. Reynolds posted a photo to Instagram of him meeting young Acevedo, and it’s an adorable, touching moment. See the young fan’s Deadpool make a wish come true below! Read More »

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We’ve known what Ryan Reynolds would look like as Deadpool for quite a while — since the leak of the test footage that ultimately helped green light the film, and pushed away the image of the character from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. But it’s only now cameras are rolling on Deadpool that we’re getting to see some of the other colorful characters who populate his world.

Now we have the first official look at the delightfully named Negasonic Teenage Warhead, played by newcomer Brianna Hildebrand. Meanwhile, set photos have surfaced of Colossus, which is interesting because no actor has been announced for the role as of yet. Click through for the Deadpool Negasonic pics and more.  Read More »

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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 »