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I’ve replaced the DVD quality screen caps of Ryan appearing in the ‘Van Wilder’ movie with blu-ray captures into the gallery.
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I’ve finally capped one of my favorite Ryan movies. I’ve recently discovered this movie on Amazon Prime and I absolutely loved it. I’ve added over 900 + 1080p captures to the gallery.
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I’ve been slacking a little on this site, I’ve been dedicating all my free time (which is like 2 days a week) to bring back my Lindsay Lohan and Arielle Kebbel site. I’ve managed to add over 800 + UHQ photos of Ryan attending the Detective Pikachu with his pregnant wife Blake Lively. He looked very sharp at this premiere. I notice how the gallery is a wreck, I’ll be hopefully working on that including a new look for the site and gallery. All things must come to an end right?
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I’ve finally uploaded these and replace them from my portable hard-drive. I was recently able to get a mass of all of Ryan’s public appearances and I’m sorting them slowly so prepare for a mega year update when I can get some time to sort them all.
Chris Evans sent out a heartfelt message to Marvel fans, and it definitely affected Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds.
Evans celebrated the completion of filming on Avengers 4 with a message for all the fans of Captain America. If you surveyed the reactions you know it had an effect on Marvel fans, but it hit Ryan Reynolds pretty hard too, as he responded “I’m not crying. I’m weeping. There’s a difference.”
While they haven’t occupied the same universe regarding movies, Deadpool and Captain America are still part of the overarching Marvel family, so it makes sense that Reynolds would get a little sniffly at Evans’ final outing in the role.
I’m not crying. I’m weeping. There’s a difference.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) October 4, 2018
Evans original message is below.
“Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least. Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful.”
It’s not known whether this will be Evans’ final time in the role forever, but many suspect that it will be at least for the foreseeable future. Evans has played the role since 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger and has been a main building block for the Marvel Cinematic Universe alongside Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark. Evans’ has said in the past he’s immensely enjoyed his time as Cap, but many got the impression that in Avengers 4 he might ride off into the sunset, though that leaves some questions.
Some think he might end up dying in Avengers 4 by the time the credits roll, but he could also end up retiring and giving the mantle to someone else. A natural choice for that would be Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes, who in the comics inherited the mantle after Captain America was “killed”. Falcon Sam Wilson has also taken on the mantle in times past, so it could go that way too.
Of course, it could just be an MCU without a Captain America, as Marvel seems to be positioning Captain Marvel to be the new leader of the Avengers. It remains to be seen, but at least we know now that regardless of who leads the charge, Reynolds and Deadpool will have a hard time processing the change.
Ryan Reynolds hopes the Deadpool universe can feature more LGBTQ characters, the actor said during a boisterous, free-wheeling Hall H panel at Comic-Con on Saturday. He’s even hoping that Deadpool and his alter-ego Wade Wilson, a self-described pansexual, will one day explore that side of his sexuality.
“I certainly think that this universe…needs to represent and reflect the world in very real ways,” Reynolds said when asked by a fan if future Deadpool movies will feature more gay or bi characters. “The great thing about Deadpool is that we’re allowed to do things that other superhero movies don’t necessarily do. It’s something that I’d love to see more of, certainly through Wade, certainly through this universe because it’s something that we’re building out more.”
Reynolds was responding to a query by a fan, who described herself as bisexual.
“Deadpool 2” boasted one gay character, Negasonic Teenage Warhead, who is depicted in the film as happily involved in a relationship with another woman. Brianna Hildebrand, who plays the role, said she had one demand for producers. She wanted to make sure that they depicted her same-sex relationship “the way it is and not be a big deal.”
Reynolds came to San Diego to hawk blu-rays of “Deadpool 2,” specifically an extended cut that features scenes of the Merc with a Mouth contemplating killing baby Hitler and urging Wolverine (a sweat-streaked Hugh Jackman) to team up with our spandexed hero at some point in the future.
“Deadpool” is a major movie franchise, having made over $1.5 billion worldwide, but before donning the tight-fitting red outfit, Reynolds had an unfortunate run in comic book films. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” featured a much more straight-laced version of Deadpool, and “Green Lantern,” a big-budget DC film, flopped. Both were critically derided. Reynolds said that the two films were good experiences professionally, but acknowledged that “they are both pretty bad.”
On the bright side, however, he said, the films provided a “wellspring of awesome jokes” for the meta-humor that characterizes the Deadpool films.
“Deadpool,” a very R-rated take on the superhero genre, was a difficult proposition for Fox, the studio behind the film. It only got a greenlight because geek fandom demanded it.
The first film, Reynolds said, was made because of the people at Comic-Con. The second, he joked, was the result of “corporate greed and a splash of destiny.”