The car stunt was part of Michael Bay’s new film “6 Underground,” but that didn’t stop Reynolds from hijacking the scene for his latest Twitter joke. “Best part about shooting with Michael Bay? I don’t know, a lot of people would probably say the action, but for me it’s the stillness. It’s those quiet moments,” Reynolds said as the car exploded behind him.
.#6Underground @netflix pic.twitter.com/jPvk3PhQpf
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 19, 2018
The “Deadpool” star is known for his quips on Twitter, most recently posting his superhero character’s own recreation of Burt Reynolds’ nude Cosmopolitan spread in honor of the late actor. Other posts include a “mom approved” “Deadpool” clip and a warning to Japan to hide their children in honor of “Deadpool 2
“For me, it’s the stillness…it’s the quiet moments,” says Reynolds about working with the man who brought the frenetic action-packed adaptation of Transformers to the big screen.
As the Deadpool actor enjoys an intimate moment, he is unfazed by a crazy, off-the-rails car crash and explosion behind him. When the dust settles, Reynolds can be heard again talking about feelings and getting “lost in a character’s eyes” while making a Michael Bay film.
The plot details on 6 Underground have been kept under wraps, but what we do know is that Reynolds will reunite with Deadpool executive producers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. The big-budget movie also stars Mélanie Laurent
Of course, as he was speaking, a huge stunt was unfolding right behind him on the set of 6 Underground.
The Deadpool star's wit and sense of humor are well-documented, so it makes sense that to promote 6 Underground, his upcoming Netflix project with Bay at the helm, Reynolds would have something funny ready to go.
The video is less than 30 seconds in length, but the stunt is impressive and hilarious ...
Remember when Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man all had their own movie series to worry about and fans could only dream they would one day meet? Thankfully, those days are over.
However, when comparing the superhero ensemble films from today with the solo outings from the past, fans are sometimes shocked to see just how well the older, single hero-driven films hold up - and this doesn't just apply for 20th century classics like Superman: The Movie and Batman, but also recent films, including Iron Man, Deadpool, and Black Panther.
Sure, other heroes may make appearances and the main hero sometimes has
However, even non-mcu Marvel movies tend to leave some sort of mark at the box office, such as the Deadpool franchise and a few other X-Men movies.
Though Marvel is currently at the height of its popularity in cinema, movies have been made based on Marvel comics for decades, with the first Marvel movie being made back in 1944, back when Marvel was known as Timely Comics.
Unfortunately, the longevity of Marvel and the current success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe does not necessarily mean that every Marvel movie ever produced has been a big hit. A number of Marvel movies were met with bad reviews, whereas a large number of others ultimately became total flops at the box office.
For the longest time, we anticipated that the flick would be granted an R-rating similar to Deadpool and Logan, but some surprise came when the studio confirmed that the Tom Hardy-led picture had been stamped with a PG-13. Then again, many productions since the arrival of Alien vs. Predator have shown us the softer rating doesn’t necessarily mean there’ll be much less in the way of violence.
Now, Fandango managing editor Erik Davis is shedding more light on the situation with the following Tweet:
“Hearing from studio sources the reason is so that
Plans fell through for a live action "Namor" TV series in the 1950's, starring Richard Egan, plus there was interest in a 1970's TV pilot that was scrubbed because of a similarity to the NBC series "Man from Atlantis" (1977), starring Patrick Duffy, that Marvel Comics licensed for publishing.
To date, Universal still controls screen rights to the "Hulk" and will only allow Marvel Studios to feature the character as part of an ensemble, rather than as the main character in a stand-alone film.
"I can't speak for the studios," said Marvel's Joe Quesada about
But imagine for a second that every character they wanted to use was already at the fingertips of Marvel Studios? What would Avengers 4 look like if it featured heroes like Wolverine and Ghost Rider? Well, YouTuber StryderHD has now put that idea in motion by cutting together a really rather epic trailer for the film.
Seen above, this is basically every fan’s dream come true, as it has not only the Infinity War characters joining forces to take down Thanos,
There is one catch, though. This Blockbuster Video only carries copies of Deadpool 2. Beyond that, everything is as it should be. The store is only open for two days, September 17 and 18, and they are giving away 1,989 copies of Deadpool 2, in order to commemorate the year that the first Blockbuster opened in London. There are some
Below are the 10 films that have been seen and assessed which could be considered strong contenders at this stage. Things change and so, too, will this list, but as we move closer to the fall and the awards season machinery, here is a snapshot of the 91st best picture contest.
“Black Panther” (Disney)
Let’s be perfectly clear: Ryan Coogler’s Marvel juggernaut was in the thick of the best picture discussion long before the Academy tried to carve out a separate place for it and other popular films.
Ruben Fleischer is returning to the director's chair. The filmmaker is currently promoting his latest movie, Venom, which stars Tom Hardy as the Marvel Comics character. During a recent interview, Fleischer was asked about the status of Zombieland 2 and, at this stage, he obviously can't say too much, but the director shared his excitement and explained
Cage believes that had the films been rated R they would would have been a lot more successful. He even says that if they made an R-rated Ghost Rider film today, he’s confident that it would be a huge success. While talking to Yahoo, the actor said:
“Had Ghost Rider been made in R-rated format, the way they had the guts to do with Deadpool, and they did it again today, I'm fairly certain it would be enormously successful.”
I agree with that to a point. Sure an R-rating would entice the fans to see the movie.
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The news comes as several major theater chains have released pre-sale tickets for Venom, which stars Tom Hardy in the title role. Exhibitor websites have revealed that the movie is indeed rated PG-13, which may come as something of a bummer to those who were looking for a more unhinged take on the character. Though, it shouldn't necessarily come as a huge surprise. Had Sony truly intended on going R-rated with this thing, they probably would
This is by no means the first time that Cage has gone on record about an adult-oriented spin on Johnny Blaze, but the actor certainly makes a good case for Ghost Rider to receive the R-rated treatment a la Deadpool and Logan.
Not only will it open up the darker corners of the character’s lore, but it’ll also allow the Powers That Be to venture into demonic territory – similar to the upcoming Spawn reboot from Jamie Foxx and writer-director Todd McFarlane – and deliver a comic book movie that’s decidedly different from its PG-13 peers.
Had Ghost Rider been made in [the] R-rated format, the way they had the guts to do with Deadpool, and they did it again today, I
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