Beyond even what Robert Downey Jr. has done in the Iron Man series, Reynolds lets fly here in a manic, sly, self-conscious way that leaves you not quite knowing what hit you
A grown man who hangs at a skateboard park, Wade Wilson is a former Special Forces operative whose watering hole is a dive called Sister Margaret's Home for Wayward Girls, where the guys are all former soldiers of fortune who never hit the jackpot and the gals look like Hooters rejects.
All the 'Deadpool' fans, who are eagerly awaiting the release of the second installment, might be disappointed to learn that actor and producer Ryan Reynolds doesn't think that there would be a Deadpool 3.
"I don't know that there would be a 'Deadpool 3'. I really don't," said the 41-year-old, as reported. "I feel like the character, in order for him to function properly within his own universe, you need to take everything away from him. I don't think that you can keep doing that. I do see him as being a part of X-Force, obviously."
"I would love to see him in a team-up sort of thing, like a mano a mano or a great female character from the X-men universe. I just think if you're going to do another Deadpool solo film, you've got to really, like, get that budget down to nothing and just swing for the fences, and break all kinds of weird barriers, and do stuff that no one else can do," he said.
According to me, “Deadpool” failed to live upto the potential of its beloved source material, subverting its own agenda by becoming a remarkably generic, by-the-numbers man-in-tights flick. “Deadpool” is about a guy who constantly revolts against the expectations of the superhero, but the movie about him fails to match his rebellious personality. It’s a remarkably straightforward origin flick, lacking in true satire of its genre, carried almost entirely by its lead. Deadpool is a fun character, but he’s still in search of a fun movie to match his larger-than-life personality.
Based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, the sequel to the 2016 film is all set to hit theatres on May 18.