The mercenary with a mouth has had a wonderful time shooting for his film. He has probably done everything he wanted to, embrace his new power, take revenge on the man who turned him into what he is and many other things. It must have taken quite a bit of prep work to prepare for scenes shown in the movie, “Deadpool.” One of such scenes was recently revealed by Production designer Sean Haworth and it is quite hardcore.
According to ComicBookMovie.com, this is not the highway scene that has been used heavily in the movie’s marketing, but this happens to be one of the most crucial scenes that was rather shot at a pretty unusual location. According to the screenwriter, the scene demanded a junkyard where a major action scene was to take place. The place actually happens to be a giant yard where they scrap aircraft and military equipment and turned that into a military salvage yard.
Tons of extra material like old containers, planes and chewed up trains were brought in and the set was constructed. The makers major concern was that since they were shooting in Vancouver, which also happens to be a model-like city, it would be difficult to find the required things for the scene but they were lucky enough to find old factories, alleyways, bars and docks.
Comicbook.com reported that the same junkyard featured in an interview that Ryan Reynolds gave to Mario Lopez while shooting for the same crucial scene. The junkyard looked big and well detailed and gives a feeling that something major is going to go down, which the fans will see once the movie releases. “Deadpool” is the story of former Special Forces Operative Wade Wilson who gets experimented on and gets accelerated healing powers like the Wolverine. Granted with new abilities the soldier turned mercenary goes after the people responsible for his condition. “Deadpool” will release on Feb 12th next year.
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