– by Seth McDonald

Today, Betty White received one of the highest honors in Hollywood, the legendary actress was wished a happy birthday from the Merc with the Mouth himself, Deadpool. White, who turns 96 today and has a long and storied career in Tinseltown. You can see the post below:

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Deadpool is known for his love of actress Bea Arthur, who co-starred with Betty White on the popular series, The Golden Girls (which White is probably most widely known for), so it is no surprise to see the anti-hero give a shoutout to White. He also refers to one of his white paints in his Bob Ross tribute/Deadpool 2 teaser as “Betty White.” While Deadpool can be extremely violent at times, he probably is one of the morefun-lovingg heroes, and has shown affinities for stuff that you just wouldn’t think a ruthless mercenary would be into.

White began acting in 1945 and has appeared in many movies and television shows throughout her career and has grown into a beloved pop-culture icon. Though she hasn’t worked the last couple years, excluding appearing in a couple of episodes of the show Fireside Chat with Esther, White was a series regular on the popular TVLand series, Hot in Cleveland, which ended in 2015.

How awesome do you think Betty White is? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Deadpool Movie

  • Ryan Fink

    Betty White is the whitest. I mean, bestest. I mean she’s good peeps.

    This one time back in St Olaf…

  • Victor Roa

    cute, makes me want to rewatch Lake Placid

  • Kindofabigdeal

    When this posted on Reddit someone posted fake Betty White nudes form her youth. Almost looks like young her.

  • Moby85

    I bet Ryan Reynold’s wrote this tweet even though it’s from the official film account. That’s one of the best parts of this character: that Ryan Reynold’s natural variety of vulgar innuendo, honed years before he played the role, just so happens to be Deadpool’s natural humour lol.

  • TheFrank

    I know that I’m in the minority on this one but I have no idea why this movie was as popular as it was. This movie could’ve been re-written by a second-year film student and probably for the better. There’s absolutely no character arcs for anyone involved. The plot is virtually non-existent (boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets back girl). The film has only two action scenes that are absolutely milked for all that they’re worth which causes the film to sag in the middle because there’s nothing in the middle to support the movie. The film reportedly was made for $60 million but has production values that are exactly one rung higher than “HBO Original Movie.” Just where did all of that money go?

    This movie will only be remembered as revitalizing Ryan Reynolds’ career and re-affirming the “Airplane!” model of comedy: If you throw enough jokes at the audience fast enough & often enough, they’ll only remember what they considered was funny and forget about the rest.