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Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:12 pm
by steyn
stupid captcha made me double post and look like a shmuck on that link.

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 11:26 pm
by fourpawsonthefloor
Bamfing_Bob wrote:yeah, reynolds is awesome. In another interview he said he is very involved in the scripting process and is making sure they stay true to his character. He's a total badass.
Of course! He's Canadian! :D

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Sat Aug 15, 2009 6:00 pm
by steyn
Apparently Deadpool WILL break the fourth wall, here's an old article: :cracked CLICK ME :cracked

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 5:54 am
by Bamfing_Bob
So, they asked Robert Rodriguez to direct DEADPOOL. He's behind Sin City, among alot of other awesome movies. Google him or something. What do you think about it? I'm just glad there was any news at all to end this dry spell... and I think he'd do great. Sidenote: He has a sexy first name... just saying...

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 5:59 am
by Ult_Sm86
I think his last name is the sexy part, actually.
Reminds me of a certain loud-mouthed robot... Bender Bending Rodriguez.

But, that said--I think a Deadpool movie might be over doing it unless it's achieved correctly and if anyone can do it the way DP fans wanna see, it's Rodriguez.

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:31 am
by Mistress_D
Ooh, I love Robert Rodriguez! Pretty cool and kinda ironic to see some news, in my last class, one of my classmates was a huge Deadpool fan and for the final, made a movie poster for him! If Rodriguez directs, I'll definitely see it!

And for a sexy name, (not necessarily a sexy man), I like Guillermo del Torro, my favorite director of all! :D

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:42 pm
by Bamfing_Bob
Script leaked. read review. discuss.

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:18 pm
by Chaos
THIS.

Is quite possibly the best idea Marvel have offered since Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. (y)

PRESIDENTIAL SEAL OF APPROVAL (OF DEATH)! xxx

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 2:14 am
by Bamfing_Bob
So, I haven't read the script, yet I read the review, and I must say wow. Just wow. I am even more pumped for the movie, and I didn't think that was possible...

Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 7:36 pm
by Bamfing_Bob
Tim Miller has been set as the director. The same Tim Miller who did the VFX for X2. Just thought I'd post

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:07 pm
by Bamfing_Bob
So, I thought I'd start this thread back up because alot has happened in the last couple weeks concerning the Deadpool Movie. This is what we have:

Announced to premiere 02-12-16
Directed by Tim Miller
Written by Reese and Wernick
All but confirmed Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool
"Deadpool" is the only working title we know of, but it could change

I can believe it's been over five years since I started this thread and it's finally happening. Talk about making us wait... Jeez...
Test footage and behind the scenes MoCap released

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 7:50 pm
by Ult_Sm86
I'm fenced. I'm not really sure this is a good idea unless X-Force is going to actually happen.

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:57 pm
by Bamfing_Bob
I believe they are doing this solo film so abruptly partially due to the success of Guardians of the Galaxy and how Marvel will be able to tie it into the greater MCU. Fox knows the demand for Deadpool, but I doubt they believed an entire franchise could center on the character. Now, they have seen first hand how a movie can be totally unique and unattached to an existing franchise, yet can fit in to a larger universe. I say they will do the following:

------------------------X-Men Apocolypse ------------> The Wolverine 2 (?) --------------------> \
---------------Deadpool -------------------------------------------------------> X-Force ------------>} ---> Some Big Crossover
Fantastic Four ------------------------------> Fantastic Four 2 ----------------------------------->/


Granted, this probably won't happen, but hey... you never know...

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 5:59 am
by Ult_Sm86
So the amount of shit Ryan Reynolds has put out for this movie has a lot of people stoked. For good reason. He's clearly a fan... and even though I'm not a die-hard (or even luke-warm) Deadpool'er, I can see why people are getting jazzersized over this.

Some really great stuff has come out...

First the test footage came out which is... pretty intense for test footage. Harkens back to the Ant-Man stuff... [ZOMFG HOW EXCITED ARE YOU FOR ANT-MAN!?]

and then the April Fool's PG-13 discussion. You can see Reynolds clearly wants the character to be done right.

At least Marvel, even if it's through Fox (Fantastic Four) or Sony, have a better grip/understanding on their cinematic franchises than DC does right now.

That Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer? Totally driven on hype, delivers nothing in terms of context. It's all exposition. I have zero reason to believe this is going to be the dawn of anything other than the dawn of the dusk that will be DC film adaptations from WB.

Has anyone else seen this article from Hollywood Reporter? Competing scripts? No story driven theme to interconnect their multiple films?

It basically confirms everything I've said about DC since New-52 started up... They're burying themselves and it's a total shame but sort of gratifying.

I'm so sick of Batman. And I love Batman. I should want more. But I'm so tired of it.

ANYWAY- Back on topic here,...

DEADPOOL! ... Maybe. MAYBE, I'll be fully invested by the time it's out.

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:18 am
by Bamfing_Bob
Good! The more support the film has, the better!

Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 8:12 am
by steyn
I'm excited and scared about the movie. I really don't want them to screw it up, so here's hoping Ryan keeps a death grip on Deadpool's character and not let anyone screw around with him.

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Re: Deadpool Spin-Off

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:48 am
by Alan Irvine
I'd like Jim Carrey for weasel.