No Wolvie Tie Ins For Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds had this to say when asked about the Deadpool spin off including any Wolverine references: "Without saying too much, I can't imagine that there's gonna be any tie-in to the Wolverine movie at all,"
Ryan Reynolds confirms that the next installment of the Deadpool franchise WILL NOT include Wolverine.
Ryan Reynolds has at least two other projects he has to complete before he is able to put the deadly mutant assassin back up on the big screen. Ryan vows to make the next installment of Deadpool a movie that will be loved by the fans.
Ryan goes on to say: "There's so many variables to play. It's tough because when you have a character like Deadpool, to the greatest extent of your power, you want to bring as much authenticity to that character as possible. And by 'authenticity,' I don't mean that you'd want to make him somebody that you'd have a Starbucks coffee with, I mean that you want to make him as close to the comics as possible," Reynolds states. "And there's nothing that I wouldn't do to make sure that ends up on film, but sometimes things are out of your control, things that you can't change. But I'm really happy, in these early talks, that the studio is as obsessed with making it as close to the comic book source material as possible. And that's all I really needed to hear. Cuz I will husk-f*@k a herd of cattle to bring Wade Wilson to life as the real deal."
Sounds like if Reynolds has his way we will get the wise cracking, smart mouthed, lets cut the BS, Deadpool that we should have gotten in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
"There's nothing else like that in movies, or comic books, for that matter. I would like to make him self-aware; I'd like to have a bit of a pop-culture air going on throughout the film," Reynolds states. "I mean, the greatest villain in a Deadpool comic is Deadpool."
Will Reynolds ultimately sacrifice showing his mug so that the fans will get a scarred, masked Deadpool?
"There's no way to do this without having the scarring, having the mask, having it all. And it can be done. It's a no-brainer in that sense. You gotta have the character of Deadpool. You don't want to just invent something new and call it Deadpool."
Sounds like Reynolds has got the fans of the comic material's back. Let's hope they chose to make a solid Deadpool movie the right way inspired by the source material. Cant wait to see the proper Deadpool up on the big screen.
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