First Wolverine, now a ‘Deadpool’ Christmas movie? Ryan Reynolds strikes again.
Deadpool 2. Get it?
The question we have been asking is “Is Deadpool going to be a sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine?” Since the first movie was such a success that had a sequel all but guaranteed the series will become a movie franchise, it is hard to see how anyone could argue that it wouldn’t be a sequel. However, this may change with the news Ryan Reynolds is in talks to make the sequel that will “recast” the first movie.
Deadpool. It has become a thing of folklore that Deadpool was created when an idea for the story came to a writer at Simon Kinberg. The writer then asked a former colleague if he would be interested in writing it but he refused. Then, the writer asked a former colleague if he would be interested in writing a series. This time the writer could not refuse since it sounded like a great idea. So, that writer, who wanted to remain anonymous, approached Simon Kinberg with an idea.
Then, during an interview with USA Today, Kinberg said “I thought it was a really interesting idea. When I pitched the story, I said I felt like Deadpool had a great story to tell and a great arc. I love Simon Kinberg’s work, and I don’t want to be involved with anything else. So, I left Simon and I did not pitch it to anyone else.” This is a common misconception that Deadpool doesn’t exist, not because there is no character, but because Ryan Reynolds is not interested in being involved in another series. Even more, it is a rumor that has been circulating for years now that Reynolds was offered the Deadpool role.
In 2015, The Hollywood Reporter printed an article that went over the history of the comic book story of Deadpool, how the character is being developed, whether or not it would be successful and if it would be a sequel to the X-Men Origins: Wolverine. That story was picked up by different publications that included Entertainment Weekly, The Hollywood Reporter, USA Today, The Hollywood Fixer, and