‘Deadpool’ Star Ryan Reynolds Is All Proud Of The R Rating; Reveals His Character’s Biggest Power!
“Deadpool” is one example where audiences have literally got what they wanted to see. A Hollywood studio had to bow down to audience’s demands when the leaked “Deadpool” footage made it online and amassed millions of views. “Deadpool” has been made the way it was supposed to and there’s something that Ryan Reynolds feels about it.
According to Games Radar, Ryan Reynolds entry to the superhero genre might not have been an impactful one, but with him being redeemed in the superhero genre with next year’s “Deadpool” made everyone really happy.
Ryan, it seems, had every intention in mind to make up for the loss of “Green Lantern” and with the promos and the red band trailer that we have seen, he has clearly not held back at all. The movie is expected to be full of abuses, sex and violence but that’s how the mercenary with a mouth’s story is.
In fact, that is how the makers of “Deadpool” wanted the movie to be and that includes Ryan Reynolds who had been doing everything to make the movie happen. Ultimately, when the footage that was meant only for the studio guys leaked online, did the studio understand the potential this character has?
As a result, Ryan and the makers got to make “Deadpool” the way they wanted, an R rated one in this case. Recalling the experience of shooting “Deadpool,” Ryan said that he is really proud that “Deadpool” scored R rating because he didn’t have to change anything in the material and is bringing the movie to the silver screen the way it is supposed to be.
Den of Geek added that he is not bothered about the competition that “Deadpool” will be facing because of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” releases just about a month later. In true “Deadpool” style, Ryan stated that his character’s biggest power is to annoy the s*** out of people, which would bring out a heavy wave of anger from anyone. “Deadpool” will release next year on 12th February in the US.
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