Well, it looks like a cartoon. And it is. Or, at least, that’s the idea. According to Entertainment Weekly, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool will be shown as a cartoon in Deadpool 2, the sequel to 2014’s hit superhero blockbuster.
The issue of whether the character would be a cartoon or live-action superhero has been the subject of debate since the first film, released in 2011, but a big difference between the two is that the first film depicted Deadpool in a cartoon, a live-action superhero, and a superhero who had yet to appear in any comics. Even though, that is not the case in Deadpool 2.
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“We are going to be showing Deadpool’s life in a funny way, but also not in a cartoon,” said Ryan Reynolds, who plays the green superhero with a trademark smile. “I don’t necessarily know how much of what he does we’ll see on-screen, where it’ll be, what his history is, whether he’s a comic book character, a movie character, whether he’s a cartoon character with a different name or something, where he’s from. I don’t even really know, you know? I will say this: there are definitely characters for us to talk about as well.”
“He’s been through a lot. I think he was in a really unfortunate accident. He gets himself back on his feet again,” said the actor, referencing the events of the fifth issue of Deadpool comic that revealed that Deadpool had been in a car accident and, instead of being buried by his accident, had become undead.
In the new footage, Deadpool is seen walking across a parking lot and standing at a gas station. He then sits outside a bar, ordering a drink. He is followed by a man who yells at him.
“What? Deadpool? Man, you really got to be kidding me,” says the man as he tries to calm Deadpool down. “No! Oh, my God. Deadpool! This is terrible! He’s going to kill you. This is crazy! Stop!”
The man then asks if he can buy Deadpool a drink while he’s here, although this prompts the comic book character to order something else.
“You really got to be kidding me,” the man said, as he tries to calm Deadpool down. “No! Oh, my God. Deadpool! This is terrible! He’s going to kill you. This is crazy! Stop!”
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