The Ryan Reynolds Deadpool Movie is Happening


Well, this was probably inevitable after the smashing success of Wolverine, but I wasn’t going to believe it until I saw it.  A Ryan Reynolds/Deadpool project has officially been greenlighted, and I imagine we’ll see it in theaters around 2011.

Reynolds did do a great job as Deadpool in the film, what little time he had onscreen, and I’m not entirely opposed to the idea of him getting his own movie. A few things however:

– Throw out the BS ending of Wolverine that changed the character into something it was never supposed to be

– Make him wear the mask, or else I’m going to think of him as Ryan Reynolds with swords the whole time rather than Deadpool.

– No need for a cavalcade of useless mutant guest stars.

Follow these simple instructions and I think you’ll have a pretty cool project.


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