Deadpool Solo or X-Force Movie?

Fox is trying to make a Deadpool movie for a long time now and still not able to do it properly. Do you think he is a solo movie material or a team movie would work?

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By RedSkull667 - 10/17/2012


Last time we saw Deadpool on screen it was in X-Men Origins: Wolverine where he was horribly done. Fox has been trying to do a Deadpool movie for a long time now but it seems they are just not able to do him right. Obviously for a fourth wall breaking character its too hard to do him right on the screen, especially when moviegoers are non-comic book movie general audience and what if they fail to understand whats going on. Then he knows he is in a comic book so in the movie he'll know that he is a movie character its again hard to pull off unless Marvel Studios is involved.



On the other hand a X-Force movie can really work. Hugh Jackman as Wolverine can sell any movie on his own, although I feel Tom Hardy can be a better Wolverine in future if Jackman gives up. After Avengers people are eying for team movies and most of the best Wade Wilson parts in X-Men origins were in the part where he was a part of Devil's brigade/Team-X.



What I feel is that with Days of the Future Past Fox will introduce Cable as per the rumors, it is easy to bring characters like Domino and Wolfbane in the team without much efforts (I am talking about classic X-Force) Archangel can be introduced in the film itself (Only if Ben Foster is not doing the role again) and few other characters and cameos would make this movie work for sure. Throw in Deadpool in between and we get one hell of a team movie.

What do you think? if given a choice what would you go with? Deadpool solo movie or R Rated X-force movie?
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nowtheresaBATman - 10/17/2012, 11:16 AM
X-FORCE w/ Cable, Domino, Warpath, & Psylocke for sure.

Tom Hardy only looks like Wolverine from the neck down. Even w/ a wig & make-up his facial features still wouldn't look right. Jon Bernthal or Christian Kane.

megabatfan - 10/17/2012, 1:01 PM
What if?..... X-men: Days of Future Past created an alternate timeline ala Star Trek, there for the third sequel in the First Class trilogy will be X-Factor. This way we'll be able to get the original five together as a team.
ironpool007 - 10/17/2012, 4:14 PM
I think Tom Hardy would be better as Deadpool. He is used to having his face covered, and his portrayal of Charles Bronson was so over the top and insane. I think he could do a great job, and he has the build to play the character.
marvel72 - 10/17/2012, 4:58 PM
uncanny x-force all the way,if fox got their shit together & adapted some of the stories from the pages of uncanny x-force maybe fox would have a movie to rival the avengers.
RedSkull667 - 10/18/2012, 3:31 AM
I am quite sure Fox wont be able to pull a Deadpool movie so I chose X-Force and Tom Hardy was awesome in wrestle,his build and height are exact as the wolverine written, that's why I thought he may be.
fortycals - 10/18/2012, 9:31 AM
I still would prefer a solo deadpool movie. If your talking classic xforce meaning new mutants, DP would still be a bad guy fighting against xforce. That could be good, if done right, but there is to much history. I would be affraid that it all would be glossed over. Current xforce would be even worst, even the origin and reason for the team coming to being would have to be drastically change or established in another movie. Would there even be a xforce again without HoM. The problem with comicbook spin offs is even there history has history.
Preston - 10/18/2012, 12:36 PM
As a fan, I would like to see a Deadpool movie; however, it would be easier for the studio to market an X-Force movie based on their X-brand. Furthermore, once Deadpool's character is established in an X-Force movie and there is demand, he can take center stage in his own solo flick.

It's safer for the studio to make an X-force movie than it is to take a chance on a Deadpool movie.


With that said, Seann William Scott for the Merc with the Mouth (a.k.a: Deadpool):
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RedNTheHood - 10/20/2012, 5:55 PM
X-Force then Solo.

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