Deadpool Movie To Kill A Hero? Sexual References, Pansexual Character, And Wolverine Appearance Rumored

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The Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds showcases a rare kind of sense of humor from a Marvel character to appear in cinemas. There?s a lot of blood and violence, sex, crude jokes, and more. The absence of these things in current comic book movies inspired Reynolds and the director in making this film.

One of the most overlooked things in comic book movies is character deaths and Reynolds might have hinted someone dying in his movie. ?Well, every comic book movie I go to nobody fucking dies!? Reynolds told Collider in an interview.

?I mean, like, everybody?s getting shot at, it?s like an episode of The A-Team, y?know, everyone?s shooting the ground- so, we get an opportunity to do this in a way that follows all the scripture that Deadpool?s laid out, which is fourth-wall breaking, that kind of mercenary sensibility and humor and then we also have this opportunity, which is very rare in this world, to do something that?s not necessarily just for kids.?

Pansexual Deadpool

Reynolds just confirmed a lot of sexual themes in this movie and the studio has been warm with the content they showed. ?There is some sexuality in this movie for sure. You kinda think you have moments where you?re shooting where you think, ?This is, uh, a little excessive. This is a comic book movie. Are we gonna get away with this??? But so far so good.?

When director Miller was asked if they will include a ?hypersexualized Deadpool?, Miller said: ?Pansexual! I want that quoted. Pansexual Deadpool?. Pansexuality is one?s non-discrimination to sexual preferences. Like the Pansexual Miley Cyrus.

Wolverine in Deadpool Movie?

Rumors are now sparking on the internet after Wolverine star Hugh Jackman appeared on-set of Deadpool, Cinemablend reported. You can see Reynolds impersonating Jackman in the Tweet below. The Deadpool movie is currently undergoing re-shoots, making a cameo appearance for Wolverine a possibility.

Deadpool will be released by 20th Century Fox in cinemas this February 12, 2016.

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