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As shooting gets underway on Deadpool, a few set photos give a behind-the-scenes look at the hero in action...
That teasing image marked the beginning of the project's eve of production - a movie which burst into life as a result of the sheer enthusiasm for some leaked test footage from last year.
How fitting, then, that one of the very first scenes being shot in Vancouver seems to be a recreation of that 2014 test footage. Take a quick look at the shots below, which appear courtesy of Breakfast Television Vancouver and a chap named Ken, both on Twitter, and you can see the resemblance.
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Since filming began last week on Tim Miller’s Deadpool, the web has been inundated with hastily-snapped images taken by set onlookers. Over the course of seven days, we’ve been granted up-close looks at Ryan Reynolds as the titular jokester sporting a ton of prosthetics on his face, Morena Baccarin in character as Copycat and Deadpool’s sidekick, Weasel, lurking outside a seedy strip club.
Production on the long-awaited comic book movie is set to continue throughout the Vancouver area of B.C. until the end of May, and the first unit moved into a heavily-trafficked zone today. The city’s Georgia viaduct has been temporarily shut down so the bridge may be incorporated into the movie, and now we know which specific moment is being recreated. This newest batch of snaps begin with a couple from a Vancouver breakfast show’s Twitter account, which »
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Back in July, test footage from the highly-anticipated Deadpool movie leaked online, which was received incredibly well by the fans and ultimately helped 20th Century Fox give the green light to this comic book adaptation. Production is now under way in Vancouver, with the latest photos from the set teasing what appears to be a scene from the test footage as it gets reshot. The images show Ryan Reynolds in full costume, standing next to a destroyed SUV which is tipped over on its side.
You may recall that the early test footage showed Deadpool leaping from a highway overpass directly into an SUV full of bad guys, which eventually rolls several times on the road before coming to a half. When the test footage was revealed last year, we didn't have any indication if this was an actual scene that they planned to use in the movie, but it »
Season three of the Washington procedural launched on Friday, but the lack of ratings pressure on Netflix seems to have led to a lack of attention to tension
Breakfast television in Britain has traditionally meant a faux-married couple on a sofa interviewing celebrities between the news headlines. However, the decision of Netflix to release new seasons of its subscription-only hit House of Cards at midnight Los Angeles time meant that the American political drama became available in the UK at 8am, offering as alternative muesli viewing the spectacle of Kevin Spacey subverting American democracy.
Launched Friday morning, the third series picks up Spacey’s Francis ‘Frank’ Underwood after six months in the White House. Having conspired to gain the vice-presidency in the first run and the presidency during the second, the politician seems set to spend his third TV term desperately plotting to hold on to the Oval office.
- Mark Lawson
4 items from 2015
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