Ah, April Fool's Day: the one holiday that has half of us grinning with villainous glee and the other half wishing we didn't have to leave the house.
Although movies like Wrath of the Titans and Immortals have not fared well at the box office, that doesn't seem to be stopping a new one from being proposed—only this time featuring the ancient gods in an Avengers-style team-up.
It's been three years since X-Men Origins: Wolverine hit theaters and it left a bad taste in our mouths. One issue that plagued the film was its portrayal of Deadpool ... or should we say Weapon XI? But don't be too hard on it—things could have been a lot worse.
It's been a while since we heard anything about that Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds, but apparently it ain't dead yet. According to director Tim Miller, they're fired up and ready to go. Well, except for one thing.
Arrow, The CW's latest foray into the superhero genre, doesn't premiere until October 10. But some new promo shots give us our first look at one of the baddies this dark new version of Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) will be facing—Deadshot.
We may not be getting a Deadpool movie just yet, but the Merc with a Mouth did manage to land a starring role in his very own, very NSFW video game. And thanks to Comic-Con, we just got a look at the badass teaser trailer.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything good about a Deadpool movie, which seems to be one of those frustrating, forever in development flicks that always feels very, very far away. But producer Lauren Shuler Donner promised they were working, and now Deadpool's co-creator says he "may or may not" have seen the evidence in the form of eight minutes of R-rated test footage.
Fact: Ryan Reynolds was pretty damn cool as Deadpool in the first Wolverine movie. Other fact: almost everyone of us hated how the character eventually turned out towards the end of the film and how he ... um ... died. But fear not: the character will be redeemed in his still-in-the-works upcoming solo outing.
We know that when you think Ryan Reynolds, you think Green Lantern. But don't forget about that other comics character we all hope Reynolds will get to embody on the big screen—the Marvel Comics mercenary known as Deadpool.
Ryan Reynolds is busy working on the upcoming DC superhero film Green Lantern, but he's also still on track to play Marvel's antihero in the proposed Deadpool movie, a character he previously portrayed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Reynolds recently spoke about playing that "emotionally damaged" character and how the movie is going to veer away from what we saw in Wolverine.