A stuntwoman riding a motorcycle was killed Monday on the Vancouver set of Deadpool 2.
Ryan Reynolds is basking in the glow of how awesome it is to be Wade Wilson, releasing his first official photo from the set of Deadpool 2 and confirming the return of a certain iconic castle.
For superhero film fans, few titles are more shudder-inducing than Spider-Man 3. Which is probably not the thing the marketing team at Sony was going for when creating a new trailer for killer alien film Life, but it oddly works. Let us explain.
Sorry, Logan does not have an end credits scene. That’s just a fact. But that doesn’t mean Fox doesn’t want to give something for fans for freak out about, and now we know what it is.
The internet may still be upset that Deadpool didn’t get Best Picture or Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar nods, but in 2016, the stars aligned for Ryan Reynolds. Since debuting in the ‘90s, Ryan Rodney Reynolds has been a reliable, unremarkable blonde mainstay of B-level TV comedies like Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place…
We’re about to get bombarded with Super Bowl commercials, trailers and more from some of the biggest films of the year. But Sony hopes you remember one more than the rest: Life.
Sure, a version of “Deadpool” and Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine have already teamed up, thanks to the excruciating X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but wouldn’t it be amazing if Ryan Reynold’s wittily maniacal mercenary could join forces with Hugh Jackman’s Logan? Well, Reynolds agrees—and he’s actively trying to get Jackman to…
There were a lot of jokes that ended up on Deadpool’s cutting room floor. Ryan Reynolds’s favorite, however, totally deserved the axe.
There was never a doubt Deadpool 2 was going to happen, it was just a question of who was going to make it. Now that those issues have been settled, Deadpool himself is ready to talk about it all.
Ryan Reynolds was named GQ’s Man of the Year. And, to celebrate, he interviewed himself. Of course, Reynolds thrives on self-owns, so this “interview” with his “twin” ended up exactly as you’d expect.
Over the weekend, it was reported that Tim Miller, who directed Deadpool, would not be returning for the sequel, supposedly over a casting dispute with Ryan Reynolds. A new report from The Wrap says that the rift went deeper than that. And it makes Miller leaving sound like the best possible outcome.
Deadline is reporting that Deadpool director Tim Miller is leaving the sequel over a series of creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Variety confirmed the news with its own source. Miller hadn’t signed a formal deal for the next film in Fox’s franchise, based on the Marvel comic, but he was reportedly working…
Tim Miller’s Deadpool movie is so good and so true to the character, it’s hopefully wiped out most memories you had about his first incarnation as a gooey ninja who couldn’t speak at the end of X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now the director of that film, Gavin Hood, has explained why his version was so bad and the new one…
For almost seven years, 20th Century Fox sat on the script for Deadpool, scared that it wouldn’t make any money. Now, two weekends after the film’s release, it’s already the highest grossing X-Men movie ever, in terms of domestic, non-adjusted box office—which is the metric everybody uses when they’re talking about…
Deadpool is a comic book movie that was a passion project for everyone involved. This meant making a superhero movie on a very small budget—and one slashed at the last second at that. A bunch of characters and scenes got the ax for budgetary reasons, but know we know everything that almost made it into the movie.
Ryan Reynold’s is in talks to star in Life, a thriller about a mission to Mars that stumbles upon intelligent aliens. Terrifying hijinks ensue, I bet.