‘Deadpool’ Movie Wraps Production; Ryan Reynolds Leaves Message To Fans

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
‘Deadpool’ Movie Wraps Production; Ryan Reynolds Leaves Message To Fans

“Deadpool” movie is definitely the Ryan Reynold’s most brilliant, amusing and coolest performance yet. With sly, sharp wit no one other than the actor could be imagined in the role of the mercenary with a mouth character and bring him to life on the silver screen.

According to Yahoo! Movies, the actor has officially wrapped up production for the “Deadpool” movie and was extremely happy to announce it as well. Apparently the actor took to social media to share the news. The actor’s twitter handle hosted a photo that looked like someone had inscribed, “Deadpool was here” on the wall using a sharp blade. The actor added a caption mentioning that it was a privilege shooting for the movie and it was only possible because of the fans who were crazy for the character and were instrumental in making this movie happen.


The actor also took to his Facebook page saying that he has been bruised, battered, trashed and hungry but above all really grateful that the movie was made. In order to keep the buzz about the movie going, the actor all during the two-month long shoot kept on doing his best by contributing here and there.

From posting inappropriate Mother’s day tweet probably boasting his own skills on the day to posting quite attractive fireside poses, the actor surely has made everyone wanting to see the movie even more. His Facebook page probably has seen more page views than any superhero page since he himself started to grace the Facebook. Fans of the character have become more of the actor’s fans mentioning his name and thanking him for bringing the character again on screen but with a really good and standalone origin story.

The movie is all set to hit the theaters on Feb 12th next year and will see the mercenary take on the people who have wronged him.

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Photo source: Facebook/Ryan Reynolds