As we all know that 20th Century Fox is all set to add another chapter by introducing movie adaptation of famous comic “Deadpool” into the X-Men series franchise. Now news related to its storyline is coming and according to that the movie will be based on the origin of the hero, confirmed director Tim Miller.
The antihero film director admitted about the challenged faced by him and his team while deciding upon the story and also in maintaining the originality of the main character, revealed Bootleg Universe Pitch Show.
Ryan Reynolds of “Green Lantern” will be seen as Wade Wilson aka Deadpool in the movie for which Tim Miller is very excited. The movie will start before Wilson’s turning into Deadpool because of the experiment and from there move forward.
“All the ingredients are in place, but they haven’t been mixed. We wrote the story in such a way that we get a really great introduction to Ryan [Wade Wilson] and what he cares about, and why he does this,” Miller stated on the same show.
The director also talked about how he used his talent for which he is popular in the industry meaning special visual effects. While discussing the team’s plan of making Deadpool as R-rated movie and keeping the budget to a limited level, the director said, “Coming from a visual effects background I’m not afraid to use it, I’m not afraid to have visual effects play a major role and be up front and center. We would do a lot of visual effects to enable us to get that big budget feel, but still contain things.”
Also Read: FOX HAS PLAN TO LAUNCH ‘DEADPOOL’ SEQUEL
The director proudly discussed his disliking for not giving finishing touch to the visuals in the superhero movies and said that he believes in giving proper finish touch to his movies and that is what he will with “Deadpool” too. Well, we really appreciate the remarks of the director and love to watch the visual effects in the movie. Till then, let us wish the entire star cast all the very best.
The movie is in its filming stage with Feb. 12, 2016, as its release date.
Photo Source: Facebook/Deadpool