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Principal photography on Deadpool is still very much underway on Vancouver's Georgia Viaduct, where photos and footage from throughout week show stars Ryan Reynolds, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand, as well as the unknown motion-capture performer for Colossus all back on the set. While footage via Torry Courte Film shows a fully-costumed Reynolds and his handy stunt double performing car-smashing and break-dancing(?) stunts earlier this week, recent photos further hint that this sequence is at least inspired by, if not a complete recreation of, the leaked test footage despite an executive producer stating otherwise. Furthermore, additional photos from the Daily Mail feature one of the aforementioned Deadpool stars with quite a stab wound. With that said, the potential spoiler is in the very last set of photos below, so scroll down at your own risk. @ColTighsflask And Colossus will be even bigger! — Rhett Reese (@RhettReese) April 15, 2015 Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, »
This fan-made Deadpool poster is so good that Ryan Reynolds thinks it deserves an award. What do you think? There should be an award for fan art. pic.twitter.com/4Kge5FhoWk — Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 12, 2015 That's also a great tagline for the film. "With Great Power comes Great Irresponsibility." Could Fox go with something like that or could Sony/Marvel sue? Deadpool is scheduled for release in North American theaters on February 12, 2016. Tim Miller directs from a screenplay penned by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. »
Ever since production on Deadpool began, we've gotten little tidbits of information on the Marvel film from 20th Century Fox starring Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with the Mouth. The first photo showed off Deadpool in an alluring pose, Reynolds revealed the film is R-rated, and co-star Ed Skrein confirmed that he's playing the villain Ajax. And now we have another glimpse at the forthcoming comic book flick, and it reveals a character that comic book fans should be excited to see. Brianna Hildebrand plays Negasonic Teenage Warhead, a telepath with precognitive abilities, named after a song by Monster Magnet. Look now! Here's the new photo from Tim Miller's Deadpool from Ryan Reynolds' Twitter: Negasonic Teenage Wat-The-Shit?! pic.twitter.com/sUCS7u7BBR— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 11, 2015 Deadpool is directed by visual effects veteran Tim Miller, making his feature directing debut, with a script from Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. »
- Ethan Anderton
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humour, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
We have the video from the set below.
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- Paul Heath
Filming is now underway in Vancouver on the much anticipated "Deadpool" film which we happily learned last week will definitely be rated R. Today, some new photos from the set have shown up and show something fans will be familiar with.
Remember that leaked test footage from a while back with an entirely CG Deadpool getting involved in a big action sequence where he leaps from overpass directly into an SUV full of bad guys? The new photos taken around the Georgia Viaduct seem to suggest that sequence is being reshot but with Ryan Reynolds in full costume this time. Head to Just Jared for the full gallery.
- Garth Franklin
Since Deadpool started shooting a little less than two weeks ago, not a day has gone by without a story about the long-awaited Marvel adaptation. We've already seen a photo of star Ryan Reynolds in his full costume, and a video of him in action, confirming that the film will be R rated. We've also seen the actors on set. Last night, we reported on Deadpool's creator Rob Liefeld, who compared the movie to Guardians of the Galaxy, and said Ryan Reynolds was about to do for the character what Robert Downey Jr. did for Tony Stark and Iron Man. Now, posting on his personal Instagram account, Rob Liefeld goes onto praise the R rating, the rest of the cast, and the talented filmmaking team behind this superhero adaptation. He also offers up his take on what makes this movie different from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. He calls it a »
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld recently paid a visit to the set of the movie which stars Ryan Reynolds, and shared a pretty heartwarming take on why he's excited about the adaptation via his Instagram account. Sharing the above photo of himself and the actor who will bring Wade Wilson to life on February 12, 2016, he goes into detail about the Merc with the Mouth's long journey to the big screen. Don't forget to check out the first video of Deadpool in action by clicking here. Congrats to Team Deadpool on each and every victory along the Deadpool highway! The R rating ensures the film will be unique and faithful to the amazing vision of the filmakers Tim Miller, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick and Ryan freakin' Reynolds!! Deadpool Rant....So you're thinking, "of course Liefeld, you brought Deadpool to life, what else are we to expect but you to cheer, homer." Let's »
Following yesterday's photos from the Vancouver set of Deadpool, which gave us a first look at Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson, new photos have emerged from The Daily Mail, giving us a sneak peek at T.J. Miller's character, Weasel. The actor was spotted conversing with a stripper outside of Vancouver's famous strip club No. 5 Orange. Be warned, though, if you're averse to seeing the partially-bare behind of said stripper, you should not keep reading.
These photos also give us a new look at Ryan Reynolds' scarred face, as he tries to cover it with a hood and an umbrella. We also see more of Morena Baccarin's Vanessa Carlyle, a.k.a. Copycat. It is believed that the strip club Weasel visits is also where Copycat works, but that has yet to be confirmed. Of course, it isn't quite clear what was being filmed on this particular day, »
After Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds confirmed the comic book adaptation's R rating in a unique April Fools Day video yesterday, we have new photos from the Vancouver set, which show the actor as Wade Wilson. Unfortunately, we don't get any new images of the actor in his full Deadpool costume, but we also get our first look at Gina Carano (Angel Dust), Morena Baccarin (Copycat) and Ed Skrein, who is reportedly playing a villain but that has yet to be confirmed.
When the official synopsis was released last weekend, it revealed that Wade Wilson/Deadpool was subjected to "a rogue experiment," likely the Weapon X program, which left him with accelerated healing abilities. The story follows Deadpool as he tracks down "the man who nearly destroyed his life." There is speculation that Ed Skrein's character may be Garrison Kane, another member of the Weapon X program who has cybernetic arms. »
The wave of positivity surrounding the now-in-production Deadpool movie is set to get another boost, as it's now been confirmed that the film will be R-rated.
For some time, rumours have persisted that 20th Century Fox would be after a PG-13 for Deadpool. Although it's worth noting that the film's writers, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, had cautioned that nothing had been set in stone.
Deadpool after all has had a momentum to it since test footage leaked online. That, as Ryan Reynolds has since admitted, was the catalyst for the film finally getting its green light, and production has now begun on the project in Vancouver. Tim Miller is directing.
Deadpool isn't the most expensive movie to be made in the X-Men movie universe either, and that had led to speculation that the studio would be more willing to gamble on a harder rating. »
Following last week's first official photo of Ryan Reynolds suited up as Deadpool as production has alrady begun in Vancouver, another big update about the Marvel comics adaptation at 20th Century Fox has just made its way online. Reynolds sat down for an interview with Mario Lopez on "Extra," and was asked to open up a bit about the character, especially after his appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. But the juiciest tidbit comes when Reynolds is asked to confirm whether or not the film will be rated PG-13 when it arrives next February. If the interview seems a little hokey, just stick around and see what happens. Watch! Here's the interview with Ryan Reynolds about Deadpool from JoBlo: That's right folks, Deadpool is officially going to be R-rated. Deadpool is directed by visual effects veteran Tim Miller, making his feature directing debut, with a script from Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. »
- Ethan Anderton
Bad news for some Deadpool fans. Despite fighting tooth and nail to get the fan-preferred R rating for his Deadpool film, Ryan Reynolds has taken to Twitter to confirm that the film will have a PG-13 rating when it’s released next year.
A PG-13 #deadpool will still have 4th wall breaking, a shit-ton of action and at least 3 chimichangas. Zero need to panic. I promise.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 1, 2015
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld had previously spoke about the script, written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, was on paper a R-rated film, and would need to some “toning down” to get it anywhere close to a PG-13. But money talks in Hollywood, and 20th Century Fox are to some degree protecting their somewhat risky investment, with a PG-13 obviously meaning more bums on seats come its opening.
The news is sure to irk many of the fans of the »
- Scott J. Davis
The biggest question facing Deadpool at the moment is whether or not the Marvel adaptation will be rated R. Or if the production will have to settle for a PG-13 rating. It has become quite a hot debate, and it's long been known that the makers of the film want to keep the film's R rating in tact. But that might not be possible, as 20th Century Fox, like any movie studio, wants to bring in the largest possible audience. Which an R rating will definitely hinder. Answering the question on his Twitter this morning, star Ryan Reynolds declares that he wants an R rating, and that he is willing to fight for it! He says:
"I want #Deadpool to be R. Always have. Fighting the good fight still. Lotta yelling today."
Ryan Reynolds has been using social media to talk about the "Deadpool" movie currently in production, with one issue regularly coming up being the film's rating. It was previously said the studio had yet to decide if the film adaptation will be rated R or PG-13.
Asked about the rating, Reynolds posted this morning: "I want #Deadpool to be R. Always have. Fighting the good fight still. Lotta yelling today." The film's director Tim Miller, and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick have all previously said that they want the movie to be rated R.
In other news about the film, THR says newcomer Brianna Hildebrand has joined the cast as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, a character who briefly appeared in Grant Morrison's "New X-Men" run.
Finally today, Reynolds has posted a photo of the muscles he's gained working out to play the character. Check out that below:
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- Garth Franklin
Ryan Reynolds, has taken to Twitter to debut an incredible reveal – the full suit from the upcoming "Deadpool" ! Ryan Reynolds will star in the title role of the film along with Ed Skrein, Tj Miller as Weasel, Gina Carano as Angel Dust, and Morena Baccarin as Copycat. The film will also feature the mutant Colossus, though Daniel Cudmore has confirmed he will not appear as the character. Tim Miller is set to direct the movie from a script by "Zombieland" writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. "Deadpool" is currently scheduled for a release on February 12, 2016.Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with »
With production getting under way in Vancouver on 20th Century Fox's highly-anticipated Deadpool, star Ryan Reynolds shared the first official photo from the superhero adaptation on his Twitter page this morning. The photo gives us our first full look at the Deadpool costume, and also serves as a parody of Burt Reynolds' infamous nude bearskin rug photo from the April 1972 issue of Cosmpolitan Magazine. In addition, 20th Century Fox has released the first official synopsis, which you can check out below.
Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
The supporting cast includes »
Posing in a way that would make Rose DeWitt Bukater proud, the photo sees Reynolds don the superhero guise for a rather intimate still. Here’s what the actor had to share.
With great power, comes great irresponsibility. #email@example.com/MPM89bYz1B
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 27, 2015
For the film, Reynolds will play the part of Wade Wilson, Marvel’s idiosyncratic anti-hero that earns his title as the Merc with a Mouth for his quirky one-liners and devastating physical abilities. The project has flirted with development for some time, particularly after the actor’s cameo in the otherwise poor X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but it was the tidal wave of support that rose to the fore following the release of last year’s excellent test footage. »
- Michael Briers
Well, if you were one of those who said you'd never believe a Deadpool movie was happening until you saw Ryan Reynolds, in costume, on the eve of production, then this is your moment. The Deadpool movie is definitely, definitely happening.
Accompanying the image, we now also have a first synopsis for the movie, that begins shooting in Vancouver shortly. It reads:
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment »
Clearly more than a little enthusiastic about getting to portray what he hopes we’ll all embrace as a proper version of snark-tastic Marvel antihero Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds has been the new movie’s biggest champion, sharing insights into pre-production via social media. Today he brings a first look at the Merc with a Mouth in full gear and in action… Sorry… inaction… posing on a bearskin in front of a roaring fire. Por qué? Because he’s Deadpool, that’s por qué. Deadpool, as you may already know, features former Special Forces warrior-turned-mercenary Wade Wilson, who undergoes a rogue experiment as part of the Weapon X plan that leaves him brutally scarred but also boasting Wolverine-like healing powers. Armed with his new abilities and his pitch-dark sense of humour, he hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life, while taking on other bad guys as he does so. »
Ryan Reynolds has used Twitter to unveil a first look at the full suit he will be wearing as the title character in the upcoming film based on the Marvel Comics title "Deadpool". There's also a new synopsis for the film:
"Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life"
The cast also includes Ed Skrein, Tj Miller as Weasel, Gina Carano as Angel Dust, and Morena Baccarin as Copycat. Tim Miller is directing from a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, with a February 12th 2016 release being targeted.
- Garth Franklin
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