Director Tim Miller says that Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick have written a new draft of Deadpool and that the creatives on the film, “will never give up.”
‘If I were a betting man, it’ll get made, eventually,’ actor Ryan Reynolds says about the long-discussed Deadpool movie, giving at least some hope to fans of Marvel’s Merc With a Mouth.
When asked about director Jeff Wadlow’s planned X-Force movie, Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds admits, “I don’t know what X-Force is, but it sounds great.”
R.I.P.D. star Ryan Reynolds is frustrated by the on-again, off-again nature of Fox’s long-planned Deadpool movie, but appears pleased with the current script.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick talk with Spinoff Online about clearing the decks following The Rise of Cobra, casting Bruce Willis as the original Joe, and their commitment to Fox’s long-brewing Deadpool movie.
Deadpool writers Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick (Zombieland talk about director Tim Miller’s test reel for the long-brewing film, conceding the biggest hurdle is still convincing Fox executives that an R-rated supehero movie can be successful.
Ryan Reynolds says the script for the long-awaited Deadpool movie remains in development, but “it’s so, so far into the R-rated zone” that it poses a big risk for Fox.
Sources say that filming on the X-Men Origins: Wolverine spinoff Deadpool might start filming this year, and that Ryan Reynolds is still attached to star.
Rob Liefeld teases the possible existence of eight minutes of Deadpool footage, noting that it just might be the first R-rated X-Men movie.
Visual effects artist Tim Miller, who worked on X-Men, X2 and Daredevil, will make his directorial debut on Fox’s Deadpool.
Producer Lauren Shuler Donner assures fans that the Wade Wilson they see in the long-gestating Deadpool will bear little resemblance to the one from X-Men Origins: Wolverine — other than they’re both played by Ryan Reynolds. She also reveals plans for X-Men 4 … and X5.
It only makes sense that the creator of the Merc with a Mouth has a fairly large one himself. Comic book illustrator Rob Liefeld has been using Twitter to lash out against Fox for not prioritizing the Deadpool movie, and now, he’s given a full-fledged interview to clarify some of his criticisms.