Deadpool Movie To Be Small-Budget Hardcore Type Movie According To Ryan Reynolds

Deadpool Movie To Be Small-Budget Hardcore Type Movie According To Ryan Reynolds

Jay Cochran - June 09, 2011
MTV had a chance to sit down with actor Ryan Reynolds during a Green Lantern press junket and asked him some questions about the upcoming Marvel based Deadpool movie from 20th Century Fox which will be directed by FX wizard Tim Miller who apparently came cheap according to Reynolds.

During the interview Reynolds indicates that this movie won't be your typical big-budget super hero flick and will be "pretty nasty, and pretty hard".

When I hear a actor say things like, "You can't exactly have a $200 million budget when you want to do a movie like this," the first thing that comes to mind are movies like "Punisher: War Zone" which was also based on a Marvel character and quit frankly was horrible. I hope I am wrong but based on these recent comments, I am not expecting to see a movie with a good thought out script, but instead a movie with over-the-top violence for the sake of showing violence.

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are writing the script and Lauren Shuler Donner is producing.


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