Deadpool, the mercenary with a mouth is probably one of those rare cases where just with the help of crazy fan following and such high demand, the character was brought to life and adapted for silver screen. After a little part to play in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” in 2009, Ryan Reynolds wished there would be a solo film for the character, which he did get after a test footage was leaked by a curious fan. True to the character’s style, promotions for the movie have also been going on full swing and the latest one being his presence on the Entertainment Weekly issue.
According to Slash film, the character has featured on the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s cover issue and it looks nothing but amazing. The cover issue offers a close up at the character’s costume, which already has been declared as one of the best looking costumes amongst all the upcoming superhero movies. Apart from that Deadpool can also be seen giving a thumbs up most presumably to himself since he is the best thing to happen to the comic world (again self proclaimed). If this was not enough then Deadpool manages to leave a word here too. A little speech bubble shows him asking about the issue not being about the sexiest man alive. The Sexiest man alive is the obvious reference to Ryan who won the coveted title of People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2010.
Deadpool, originally known, as Wade Wilson was a Special Forces operative who volunteered for an experiment that gave him accelerated healing powers just like the Wolverine has. One of the stories of the character also once mentioned that Wade was suffering from Cancer and in hopes of saving himself, volunteered for the experiment. His new powers did not make the Cancer cells go away but since his healing is so fast, it nullifies the effect of Cancer cells in his body. The movie will be releasing next year near Valentine’s Day because he’s the perfect character to symbolize the most romantic days of the year right?
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