– by Nick Doll

Everyone working on Deadpool 2 seems to be having a great time. More specifically, everyone working on Deadpool 2 seems to think Ryan Reynolds is a gem. Back in late August, Josh Brolin, who plays Cable in the upcoming blockbuster, had nothing but positive things to say about his co-star and producer Reynolds:

“He’s an amazing guy, very smart and really sweet — and really handsome. He’s a smart guy, he’s the one who saw this and tried to get this movie made for eight years and was unable to. I think has such a perfect sensibility. He’s a great producer on it, there’s a lot to trust there.”

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If praise from the great Josh Brolin was not enough to make Reynolds’ year, his other co-star, Zazie Beetz  — who plays Domino in the film — also had some stellar comments about the man who brings Deadpool to life. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Beetz had this to say about Ryan Reynolds:

“Honestly, it’s amazing kind of watching Ryan [Reynolds] do his thing because you think like, ‘Oh, he has the mask on and you can ADR all of it’ or whatever, but he’s genuinely, incredibly talented and really just can do it. It’s pretty impressive to watch.”

Reynolds’ dedication to the character of Deadpool has been impressive indeed, even for those of us not lucky enough to work with the actor. Back during the marketing for the first Deadpool film, Reynolds seemed to be game for anything, doing voice-over work for all sorts of odd advertising including cancer PSAs and Deadpool‘s Honest Trailer. I guess when you get to work on something you are truly passionate about, it shows. And passion is apparently contagious.

Deadpool 2 hits the big screen on June 1, 2018.

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SOURCE: Entertainment Tonight


    I just hope they don’t give this film the bigger the better treatment that ,most sequels fall victim to. If Cable and Domino are the villains of this series they shouldn’t focus on other threats for Deadpool to worry about. For example, in the case of Batman vs. Superman, if Batman was treated as the villain, there would have been no need for that wacky version of Lex Luthor or Doomsday and it would have been a much better film because of their exclusion.

  • Victor Roa

    and cable is?

  • Moby85

    In Reynold’s case this guy IS the character, in that his filthy sense of humor and delivery has always been there, before he gave Deadpool a passing thought. I’ve always thought the best indication of an actor owning a character is if they can do them live and unscripted and pull it off. Reynolds can, Will Ferrel can with Ron Burgundy (as per the creative Anchorman 2 marketing), and Johnny Depp can with Jack Sparrow.

    I do find it cool that he’s a producer. *executive* producer is just a catch all label used to credit someone who assisted a film in any number of general ways. Being a producer without the executive label is much more hands on, and much more real work, in getting a film done. Good on him.

  • Kindofabigdeal

    I just find it kind of sad that we will never have Deadpool share the screen with RDJ’s Tony Stark.