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Submitted by TheDailySuperHero 432d ago | opinion piece

Will a Deadpool Movie be Green Lit if the Video Game is a Success?

The DailySuperHero.com: Unless you're a hardcore Marvel comic book fan, the casual reader may not know who Deadpool is. Maybe you've heard of Wade Wilson but if you've seen the movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, you have seen Wilson/Deadpool in his worst incarnation yet. (Cinema, Deadpool)

calis  +   431d ago
They really need to do this regardless of the success of the Video Game.

Personally I thought Reynolds would be the perfect Deadpool
execution17  +   430d ago
same, since he has the personality for it
OSIRUSSS  +   431d ago
The period of comic book Anti-heroes is dead.
TheDailySuperHero  +   429d ago
Since sales of Deadpool and Venom comics are great, the anti-hero is definitely not dead.

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