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Ryan Reynolds Wants ‘Deapdool and Wolverine in a Movie Together’ Ryan Reynolds just said what we’re all thinking: “I want Deapdool and Wolverine in a movie together.” The actor, who revitalized his career earlier this year as the crude Marvel assassin that loves to make fun of the X-Men, was speaking to Entertainment Weekly‘s Jess Cagle when he brought up the character played by Hugh Jackman. The characters already shared the screen in 2009’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” but that was derided by both fans and critics, and even Deadpool himself, who said the movie “was a career low for me” in a piece of vir

Unlike most sequels, Deadpool 2 will resist the urge to go bigger Bringing DEADPOOL to the big-screen was a long and torturous process but the end result proved to be worth it. The film was an enormous success and a sequel was soon green-lit with the entire original creative-team returning. Unfortunately development on the sequel wasn't without its own setbacks as creative differences with Ryan Reynolds led to director Tim Miller and composer Junkie XL... Read More...

Ryan Reynolds Feels Like He Can Channel Deadpool Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool for all intensive purposes. At least in the mainstream, the two entites are inseperable, with many first getting introduced to the character only through his work. It seems Reynolds think the two are somewhat inseprable too, going as far as to say he channels the character and call it his ‘alter-ego’. Speaking to THR, the actor was talking about how comedies are under-appreciated in Hollywood, and landed on talking about his process with the character. He said: The best comedy, in my opinion, has to be grounded in some form of truth.

Ryan Reynolds Feels Like He Can Channel Deadpool Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool for all intensive purposes. At least in the mainstream, the two entites are inseperable, with many first getting introduced to the character only through his work. It seems Reynolds think the two are somewhat inseprable too, going as far as to say he channels the character and call it his ‘alter-ego’. Speaking to THR, the actor was talking about how comedies are under-appreciated in Hollywood, and landed on talking about his process with the character. He said: The best comedy, in my opinion, has to be grounded in some form of truth.

Angela Bassett Joins Marvel's 'Black Panther' Ever since Iron Man in 2008, Marvel has cast its movies carefully. As a result, Marvel's movies have featured a rich variety of newcomers, rising stars and old hands. Most of the studio's movies could be considered as having all-star ensembles who support the lead characters. The quality of the performances helps us to accept superpowered characters and their often-outlandish actions. The upcoming Black Panther looks to be no exception. Chadwick Boseman will star as T'Challa, who...Read MoreRead Comments

The Marvel Minute - new Deadpool 2 director, Inhumans IMAX & more! In this weekly video series, we round up all the important Marvel related movie news from the previous week to get you all caught up on everything that's happening in the Marvel universe for the week through November 21st. We learned a lot this week about how the studios work together and make deals to acquire the characters they don't have the rights to (Ego the Living Planet and Negasonic... Read More...

Deadpool 2 Gets John Wick Director David Leitch John Wick director David Leitch beat out top contenders like Drew Goddard to direct the highly-anticipated Deadpool 2 for 20th Century Fox.

Marvel's The Inhumans will be coming to IMAX and ABC as a TV series in 2017 It's been several years since Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced that the INHUMANS would be a part of the third phase of Marvel's Cinematic Universe but, after several delays, the project was pulled from their schedules earlier this year. Will we ever get to see The Inhumans on the big-screen? Yes we will, and sooner than we thought, but as with most things, there's a... Read More...

James Gunn Talks Deadpool/Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Character Trade There’s a lot of reasons to be excited for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and not all of them are just the mere presence of Baby Groot. All the key cast are returning under the zany directing hand of James Gunn, with the team themselves now including Michael Rooker’s Yondu, Karen Gillan’s Nebula and Pom Klementieff’s new character Mantis. Then you have the excellent first look trailer that stoked the hype fire just the right amount.

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