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“Ryan plays Deadpool with a hint of femininity, and that can be funny opposite a Cable who’s über-masculine” The post Exclusive: Deadpool 2 Writers Talk Cable and More! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

The writers of “Deadpool,” Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, might be a little bummed that their irreverent anti-superhero film was completely shut out of the Oscar nominations last week, but they remain unbowed (and hey, there’s still the WGA awards to come). They have plenty to be happy about with at least two more “Deadpool” movies on the way, plus an entire franchise that could yield “X-Force” and much more. Continue reading ‘Deadpool’ Writers Talk Wolverine Collaboration, Rumored Cameos & More at The Playlist.

With 40 minutes of “Logan” seen by press, and widely praised, now it’s time for the new Wolverine movie to deliver goods. We’ll find out soon enough if it’s got what it takes when it premieres at the Berlin Film Festival, but there’s no doubt that director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman are really going for it this time out. And they have the success of “Deadpool” to thank for making Fox feel more confident about letting Wolverine out of his cage with an R-rating. Continue reading New Images From ‘Logan,’ James Mangold Reveals Details Of R-Rating, Explains How ‘Deadpool’ Helped The Movie Go Gritty at The Playlist.

Come what may, awards season always arrives with some pleasant and unfortunate surprises. Isabelle Huppert winning a Golden Globe for “Elle” and lauded for her performance by film critics groups has been especially heartening. Abundant nominations for Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” has been somewhat of a headscratcher given it was received with very mixed reviews, is somewhat salaciously silly, and that his previous film — the much more Oscar-friendly “A Serious Man” — was mostly snubbed by the Academy. Continue reading Deadpool Writers Say Their Awards Season Recognition Has Been “Wild, Unexpected & Surreal” at The Playlist.

Come what may, awards season always arrives with some pleasant and unfortunate surprises. Isabelle Huppert winning a Golden Globe for “Elle” and lauded for her performance by film critics groups has been especially heartening. Abundant nominations for Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” has been somewhat of a headscratcher given it was received with very mixed reviews, is somewhat salaciously silly, and that his previous film — the much more Oscar-friendly “A Serious Man” — was mostly snubbed by the Academy. Continue reading Deadpool Writers Say Their Awards Season Recognition Has Been “Wild, Unexpected & Surreal” at The Playlist.

With “La La Land” pretty much set to sweep the Oscars next month, it already promises to be a rather dull ceremony. And while many will be straight-up horrified if “Deadpool” is nominated in any of the major categories (and it has been building momentum in recent weeks thanks to honors from the WGA, PGA, and DGA), bringing the movie into the fold of prestige pictures might at least enliven the evening a bit. Continue reading ‘Deadpool’ Drops Goofy ‘For Your Consideration’ Oscars Promo, Writers Confirm 3 Returning Characters For The Sequel at The Playlist.

It has been almost a year since Fox unleashed “Deadpool” on the public. $783 million worldwide and multiple award nominations later, we are now talking about how “Deadpool” has an outside shot at crashing this year’s Oscars. Deadline recently interviewed “Deadpool” writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick who discussed their shock at how well the film was received, as well as the future of the Marvel superhero. Continue reading ‘Deadpool’ Writers Talk Bringing The Merc With A Mouth Into The X-Men Universe at The Playlist.

“It’s a world that’s so rich and we always thought Cable should be in the sequel” The post Deadpool 2 Writers Talk Sequel, Cable and… Putin? appeared first on ComingSoon.net.