Ryan Reynolds has repeatedly said that he is less than happy with his appearance in the 2011 "Green Lantern" movie - he even admits that he has never seen it.
Ryan Reynolds provided this explanation to EW, highlighting how although there were a lot of people working hard to make Green Lantern successful, Warner Bros was more concerned with releasing the ...
That post-credit scene is CANON as the writers said during their reddit AMA:
Q: IS THE AFTER CREDIT SCENE CANON??? Please tell me I’m dying to know!
A: Yes, the after credit scene is CANON! Don't expect that device to stick around beyond this movie, though!
So yes, Vanessa is alive and in a universe that is beautiful and just, Green Lantern movie and ...
Ryan Reynolds is Canadian by birth, therefore, he uses this line as a reference. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
He is not very fond of the Green Lantern movie as is seen in many of his interviews. He also stated it in Deadpool first movie when he said that don't make the suit green or animated. He thought that it was a mistake to take ...
There is a very good list by denofgeek:
Early on, Wade discusses how horrible his father was. This is 2/3 on point to the comics. In the comics, there were three different takes on what Wade’s father was like. First there’s the Christopher Priest take, where Wade’s father was a lowlife who walked out on him when he was a child. Then Fabian Nicieza had his ...
Are the two movies supposed to exist in the same universe?
The "universe" is not exactly stable and has been rebooted and recreated a few times as described in this Deadpool/X-Men Timeline question & answer.
Bryan Singer adds, “I rebooted the universe so now anything can happen,” with the caveat that their theory of time-travel and ...
Did Deadpool interview anybody who didn't subsequently join X-Force?
Well, kind of. While we do not see any unsuccessful interviews, there is the case of Dopinder, who clearly wanted to be on the team, but was rejected.
So how is this timeline matching?
It's just a two part joke thrown in due to fortunate timing and the availablity of the current X-men actors.
It was joke from the first Deadpool movie that the school was empty even though it should be overflowing with recognisable mutants.
At the time this was due, mostly, to the character "permissions&...
Watching the two Deadpool movies, it's never made clear where they take place.
It's never stated and the city is not named.
The locations we do see are entirely fictional (although filmed in Vancouver).
Where streets are named they seem to be named after comic book characters, writer, illustrators or producers.
Don't feel bad if you've never ...
It was a joke, and companies often allow jokes or other "fair use" references to their intellectual property.
What would be the purpose of a lawsuit? What kind of outcome would they want? I'm not a lawyer but I guess they might seek financial recompense or to ban the showing of Deadpool with that reference in it.
The level of loss to Warner Bros ...
That was a joke, as noticed by so many. From hollywoodreporter
Josh Brolin's casting as Cable in Fox's Deadpool 2 has been greeted with both joy and confusion online. After all, doesn't Brolin already play Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Is that even allowed? (The answer to both: Yes!)
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds played up those fan ...
From this screenrant article:
For Deadpool 2, the Stan Lee cameo is more in line with those of the
Marvel shows on Netflix than his show-stopping MCU appearances.
Indeed, just his famous face appears rather than Stan "The Man"
himself. In this case, it isn't a photograph or poster but a graffiti
portrait painted on the side of a building; Stan's ...
It appears that CBFC of India didn't cut any scenes, but beeped a few cuss words.
From International Business Times,
When such has been the case in the past, you'd expect the foul-mouthed merc aka Deadpool to have a bumpy ride to the post-credits scenes. However, CBFC has decided to let Marvel fans enjoy the summer by ordering zero cuts in Deadpool 2.
Do we even know if he survived in first film?
As per Wikipedia:
It is unknown if he survived Negasonic Teenage Warhead's last burst that caused the hull to roll over on top of the fire fight and everything in the immediate area
To be frank it feel like just an Easter egg where we don't need to dig more. And member Bob was Bob, Agent of Hydra in comics ...
I found few explanations for the scene. Couldn't find any official statement so I'm putting both for you.
One is it's a reference to Josh Brolin's 1980s cult classic movie Goonies. Deadpool have few lines from the same movie which made Brolin famous.
Well, as Scoutmaster Kevin used to say... "There's a first time for
everything,son." Give me your best ...
Green Lantern was embarrassingly poor quality for Reynolds work. He apologized to Canadians (his native country) for being involved in such a lousy project by killing Green Lantern in an unceremonious way.
We said thank you.
It's a sexual predation reference.
It's difficult to not get explicit, but, wiping his face and then saying that is suggestive of it bringing to mind him having ejaculate on his face, and it evoking memories of his scoutmaster.
"One-eyed Willy" would be a euphemism for a penis - which is often referred to as someone's "Willy," and the "one-eyed" reference ...
I'm pretty sure it's a reference to the TV series "My name is Earl" where the main character (indeed, Earl) makes a list of every bad thing and every person he has ever wronged and make efforts to fix them all to change his bad Karma, but during the seasons working at his list he commit more than one illegal choice and gets arrested several times.
We don't know
You didn't miss anything. Those bodyparts aren't mentioned again after Deadpool is
They're also not, to my knowledge, shown at any point in the rest of the movie; it's possible they're in the background of some shots in the scenes following that event, but never in a way that draws focus to them (which would happen if they were actually ...
There's the movie version of Deadpool, and the comic version of Deadpool.
The comic version of Deadpool is:
Deadpool possesses a superhuman healing factor derived from that of
the mutant Wolverine that allows him to regenerate damaged or
destroyed areas of his cellular structure at a rate far greater than
that of an ordinary human. As such, he can ...
No. Cable’s Shield is an extension of his psionic powers, while Iron Man’s is a device
In Marvel Comics, Cable is a mutant (the son of Scott Summers (Cyclops) and Madelyne Pryor(a clone of Jean Grey)). He has a mix of technological powers and telepathic/telekinetic powers because as an infant he is infected by a disease, and taken into the future to be ...
In the mid-credits scene where he time travels back to X-Men Origins: Wolverine to shoot that movie’s version of Deadpool, the joke is even more surreal because Ryan Reynolds plays both versions of Wade “Deadpool” Wilson.
You may have recognized Reynolds under all that makeup, and assumed the casting was simply a gag; but he actually is the guy who ...
His future is most likely set in 2068.
"50 years from now, you're very dead. Your entire generation fucked this planet into a coma."
Deadpool 2 takes place in 2018, 50 years from that is 2068.