Well, it's official. Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool IRL.
The dudes twitter is a goldmine for quips, one liners and hilarious reflections on reality.
So it's with our pleasure we present to you:
Where were you when Ryan Reynolds needed you the most?
A photo from Taylor Swift's 4th of July party has been circling around the internet and its not because T-Swift and Tom Hiddleston. It's because Ryan Reynolds is in pain... serious pain.
Well, the internet understands Ryan's pain of being surrounded by the Swiddleston cuddlefest and went to Twitter to help.
Fox promised some fans "first-look footage" at Deadpool events held in Los Angeles and New York City on Monday night. It turned out to be a surprise screening of the entire movie.
The response from fans is definitely optimistic.
Some might say, ecstatic.
Another important detail: there is a post-credits scene so everybody stay in your seats at the end of the movie!
The reasons why I love and adore the sh*t out of Ryan Reynolds or Deadpool (cause honestly they're increasingly one in the same) continue to pile up. The man's latest antics center on his comment he made after seeing Nathan Fillion (self-proclaimed geek enthusiast, starred in Firefly and Castle) post a picture of his coffee mug on Instagram:
Ow, oww. Laying it on thick there with the sass, Deadpool. But would you expect anything less from our favorite badmouthed merc?
Well, things between Fillion and Reynolds took off pleasantly from there, when Fillion quickly backtracked on his mug selection:
And Reynolds was quick to offer up a sweet nod of approval:
Yesterday we were collectively shellshocked with the news that Josh Brolin would be taking on the role as Cable in the Deadpool Movie sequel. Largely because this means Brolin's dipping his hands in two different superhero universes. He was already playing Thanos for MCU, and now he's Cable? Being genuinely confused has never felt so right. Leave it to Ryan Reynolds to simultaneously poke fun at the announcement while offering up a comedic welcoming to Brolin.
Can't say I saw this casting coming. Cable is Thanos....Thanos is Cable? What even is life anymore? You'd almost think that Brolin would've been required to sign some sort of contract with Marvel when he was cast as super-villain badass Thanoss, that'd prevent him from ever playing a part in a separate superhero universe.... But NAH. And the reactions just about reflect where our heads are at right now: not sure if wildly stoked, or helplessly confused.