It has been from February Valentine’s weekend, since that the hero come on the screen for the very first time. The Marvel fans have been waiting on the news for the second movie to be happening for sure. It seems that our wishes will be answered very shortly!
Heroic Hollywood has announced that the deal that Ryan Reynolds was making, is done! No other details
are known but the deal concluded parts locked as Ryan Reynolds for the Deadpool sequence. It should begin its filming in the fall! When we look back at the movie of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, do you remember the character called ‘Deadpool’ that was played by Ryan Reynolds? I do too! Unrecognizable, but so recognizable at the same time, his mouth was sewn shut. That is a thing that is so unlike him. Gavin Hood did in fact cast Ryan Reynolds to play the role of Wade Wilson. He went to the side of the fans on this case, because he thinks it works better in a movie of its own!
Gavin Hood had a talk with Cinemablend and this is what he said: “I think the character works so well now, because the character is allowed to be who the character really is, unencumbered by, you know, PG-13 requirements and a great deal of marketing debate. I think the fact that the filmmaker’s kind of made that film below the radar — and I happen to know a little bit, only because my production designer from Ender’s Game, Sean Haworth, is a fantastic designer, was the designer on Deadpool. I remember when he was
making the film, it was just a little bit more below the radar initially.
And more credit to the filmmakers and to Ryan, that they took control of their
character and got on and let Ryan do the film. Deadpool is a motor mouth, foul mouth character, and it’s very difficult with these big movies to, when you have to work within certain parameters that are set by, by…” Cinemablend chimed in, “Studio heads?” and he repliek, “Thank you. Thank you.”
Are you ready for a second movie? I know I am!
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