Why Deadpool Can Get Away With Hiding Ryan Reynolds' Face

CB: Marketing a superhero film creates a unique challenge for filmmakers: fans want to see the iconic costumes and masks, while studios want to capitalize on the star power of a lead actor. For storytelling purposes, most comic book movies have opted to try and find ways to show the lead actor’s face during action – see: Iron Man – or ditch a character’s trademark mask altogether – like Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine. According to Deadpool director Tim Miller, the upcoming film provides a unique occasion to keep the mask on without sacrificing the expression of the hero.

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