The Hollywood rumour mill has been wildly speculating about prospective cameos in the upcoming Deadpool sequel.But none of the whispers have fans salivating more than the thought of Wolverine joining the Merc with the Mouth for Deadpool 2: Back In The Pool, to create some fourth-wall smashing comedic carnage.Apparently Ryan
Superheroes are timeless. That's why there have been so many renditions of our favorite heroes. From forgotten TV shows to movies they keep trying to remake, some renditions have been amazing while others have been... well, just not amazing.Here are how some of how our favorite heroes have changed over the years.1.
She shows off her flawless beach bod in Women's Health. Olivia Munn made her debut in the X-Men universe this past weekend as Psylocke, and while the psi-blade wielding mutant didn't have much to say on-screen, her skintight get-up and kick ass karate moves did most of the talking for her. It's evident
'Deadpool' Is Estimated To Hold On To Number One Spot At The Box Office With Another $30 Million This Weekend Thanks to an ingenious marketing campaign, a role made in heaven for Ryan Reynolds, and a hilarious script, Deadpool is performing way above expectations. In a way that few would've predicted,
Movie: Deadpool IMDb link: 1431045 Genres: Action, Sci Fi, FantasyRelease date: 12 February 2016 Writers: Rob Liefeld (character), Fabian Nicieza (character), Rhett Reese (screenplay), Paul Wernick (screenplay) Director: Tim Miller Language: EnglishCast: Ryan Reynolds, T.J. Miller and othersSummary:A former Special Forces operative turned mercenary is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated
It's no secret that the stain of his first outing as the Merc with a Mouth still hangs over Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds like a particularly grumpy looking cloud with its mouth stitched together.Yes, I am of course talking about 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in which Reynolds first portrayed Wade Wilson
Deadpool isn’t your average superhero movie, and not just because of its R rating and fourth wall-breaking protagonist. Over the last month, marketing has kicked up for the Merc with the Mouth’s solo adventure, and it’s been…unusual. From the movie being labeled as romantic to those emoji billboards, the advertising has