R | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A fast-talking mercenary with a morbid sense of humor is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers and a quest for revenge.
To prepare for the film Ryan Reynolds (Wade Wilson/Deadpool) hired a swords master to train him.
Kinda lonesome back here.
Deadpool: Yeah, little help.
Just after Deadpool's first appearance, the scene cuts to a helicopter landing. As the man is walking away from the helicopter towards Francis/Ajax, you can hear the rotors still spinning and starting to slow down, but you can see that they have almost stopped. (The tail rotor is spinning, but wouldn't make the "whop-whop" sound of the main rotor.)
The opening credits are placeholders for what was in the script, since Director Tim Miller (who asked Blur Studio's Layout Supervisor Franck Balson to remove his quickly) and Ryan Reynolds were the only ones. "As written by Deadpool"; "Some douchebag's film, Starring God's perfect idiot (referring to Ryan. Accompanied by an Easter Egg of Ryan's People Magazine cover as Sexiest Man Alive.); "A hot chick"; "A British villain"; "The comic relief"; "A moody teen"; "A CGI character"; "A gratuitous cameo"; "Produced by asshats"; "Written by the real heroes here"; "Directed by an overpaid tool". There are Easter Eggs as well: The card in the wallet of Ryan in a green suit, a blurry Killebrew being on the phone, the thug with the lighter was originally a filmed joke in reference to Colin Farrell in Daredevil (2003), "Rob L." on the coffee cup is Rob Liefeld, the little sex key-chain, the Orange Number 5 card, and the Hello Kitty.
BRL 25,490,607 (Brazil) (14 February 2016)
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