I’ve been asked a lot about Deadpool 2.
I had a lot of fun writing it, and I love the Deadpool franchise, but I have a bit of a personal stake in the sequel.
After all, I have to work on the next one.
I’ve done my fair share of writing Deadpool 2 and it’s one of my favorites to write, but it’s the last Deadpool movie I have the time and energy to write again.
So after I finished my third draft, I thought, “Hey, I could definitely use a new writer.”
And it was a story I was dying to tell.
So I called my friend and we talked it over.
After a few weeks of talking, we came to the conclusion that it was time for Deadpool 2, and we wanted to do it right.
This time, the film was going to be an action-adventure film, set in the Marvel Universe and focused on the exploits of the Merc with a Mouth.
That means it would be a reboot of a franchise that’s been in flux for the past 20 years, and while it wouldn’t feature the same heroes or villains, the core cast of characters would be back in action.
The film would also include a sequel to Ryan Reynolds’ long-running comic book series, Deadpool: Merc with the Mouth, and some big changes.
This will be the first Deadpool movie to star Ryan Reynolds, and a reboot for the franchise, which has long been one of the most successful comic book movies of all time.
We’re going to take the character of Deadpool and make him a little more relatable.
He’s just a big jerk.
So what’s this reboot going to look like?
There’s going to still be the iconic Merc with an Mouth from the first film.
We’ll still see him as a jerk, but the Deadpool films have always been about him as an individual.
He is the guy who’s going after these super-criminals, and he does it by himself.
So he’ll still be a jerk.
He’ll still want to be a badass.
He won’t be a hero.
But he’ll be a person who is really, really good at what he does.
He will still be on the edge of the law.
And it will be about his relationship with the Merc.
The Deadpool universe is a big part of my life.
My parents’ house is on the outskirts of town, and my parents have lived in this house ever since they were kids.
I grew up with Deadpool.
He and his family have been a part of all of my memories.
So the idea of doing a new film with Ryan and I, and doing it in such a recognizable way, was very appealing to me.
We’ve known each other for over 30 years now.
He has a comic book history that goes back to the 1960s, and for years he’s been the face of a bunch of the best movies of the 1990s, like Deadpool, The Avengers, and the X-Men.
I wanted to give him a chance to bring some of that nostalgia to the character.
The movie will be set in New York City, and it will tell the story of Deadpool as he struggles to make his way back to a world he once thought was his own.
I love doing action-comedy films, and there are a lot that I’ve loved in the past, like The Expendables, X-men: Days of Future Past, and The Expendable Nation, and so there are definitely some great things that I’m proud of in Deadpool.
The action in the film will be similar to the first, with some of the big names returning.
But this time around, Deadpool is going to have a new partner, and that partner is the Merc With a Mouth, played by Ryan Reynolds.
The Merc will be one of two major characters that make up the Merc Corps, a new faction of superheroes who are fighting crime on behalf of the government.
I’m really excited to play the Merc, and Ryan is thrilled to be involved with this.
Ryan is a very strong, dynamic performer, and having him on board will be a real thrill.
We had a great script, and what I loved about Ryan’s performance is that he is very good at portraying the role of the character, and his charisma, his humor, and all that.
I think he brings that unique element of the Deadpool character to the film, and with Ryan’s voice, the tone of the film can really be relatable to a lot people.
Ryan has been a huge part of the first three Deadpool films, playing Wade Wilson, and in the new film he’ll also play Deadpool’s best friend, Bullseye.
He brings that humor, the action, and, of course, his personality to the role.
We also have a very talented screenwriter, Sean Murphy, who has written Deadpool for the last four films.
Sean has been doing this kind of storytelling for