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Film

Deadpool is an American superhero film series, a spin-off of the X-Men film series, based on the fictional superhero of the same name, who originally appeared in a series of comic books created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza and published by Marvel Comics. 20th Century Fox obtained the film rights to the characters in 2003,[1] and after numerous drafts, Tim Miller was hired to direct Deadpool (2016), while David Leitch directed No Good Deed (2017) and Deadpool 2 (2018). The cinematic character of Deadpool was introduced in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).

Deadpool and No Good Deed were all met with positive reviews from critics, while X-Men Origins: Wolverine received negative reviews.

It is set to continue with Deadpool 2 in 2018, and spin-off X-Force in 2019.

Released films

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

A stand-alone prequel and a spin-off of the X-Men film series focusing on the character Wolverine and his relationship with his half-brother Victor Creed, as well his time with William Stryker's Team X, before, and shortly after his skeleton was bonded with the indestructible metal, adamantium, while coming up against Stryker's "Weapon XI", otherwise known as his "Deadpool, X-Men Origins: Wolverine would itself be spun-off into the Deadpool film series. Although Wolverine, working with Sabretooth, seemingly manages to kill the film's rendition of "Deadpool" by decapitating him by the film's end, the film's post-credits scene shows Deadpool's body's arm reaching towards his severed head, which, breaking the fourth wall, saying "Shhh" to the audience. Following the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, which erased the majority of the events of all previous film from the series' continuity, the first instalment of the Deadpool spin-off series, entitled Deadpool, would be released on February 8, 2016.

Ryan Reynolds was cast as
Wade W. Wilson / Deadpool in 2004, eventually portraying the character for the first time in X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009.

In May 2000, Marvel Studios attempted to produce a Deadpool film as part of a distribution deal with Artisan Entertainment.[2] However, after New Line Cinema purchased the rights to the character, Deadpool had been developed for his own film by Reynolds and David S. Goyer by 2003, Reynolds having been interested in playing the character in his own film since that year,[3] having learnt that the character was described, in the 2004 series Cable & Deadpool, as physically resembling "Ryan Reynolds crossed with a Shar Pei".[4][5] The project fell apart as they focused on Blade: Trinity and an aborted spin-off starring Reynolds' Hannibal King character,[3] and as Goyer lost interest in favor of other projects.[6][7][8]

Gavin Hood, the director of X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

In 2004, 20th Century Fox acquired the rights to Deadpool after New Line placed it in turnaround and was considering the spin-off in the development of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, with Reynolds being cast for the role.[6] David Benioff, the film's screenwriter,[9] wrote the character into the script in a manner Jackman described as fun, but would also deviate from some of his traits.[10] Originally, Reynolds was only going to cameo as Wilson but the role grew after he was cast.[11] Reynolds did sword-training for the character, and also worked out to get his physique comparable to Jackman's.[12] In July 2007, Gavin Hood was hired as director of X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Principal photography began in January 2008 in Queenstown, New Zealand, and ended in May.[13] Prior to the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool appeared in the animated film Hulk Vs Wolverine, voiced by Nolan North,[14][15] wherein Deadpool acts as one of Professor Thorton's military strike team Team X (Lady Deathstrike, Omega Red, and Sabretooth) in the Weapon X program, seeking to capture Wolverine and the Hulk in order to brainwash them and convert them into the ultimate weapons. He frequently annoys his teammates with his wisecracks. The film's plot was heavily inspired by that of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, released to captitalise on the hype surrounding the film.[16]

The film was released on May 1, 2009,[17] with Reynolds portraying Wilson and Scott Adkins acting as Wilson as Reynold's stunt double for scenes as Weapon XI / "Deadpool", a genetically altered mutant killer. He has powers taken from other mutants killed or kidnapped in the film, as well as retractable blades in his arms. He is referred to by Stryker as "the pool, the mutant killer: Deadpool" because the compatible powers of the other mutants have been 'pooled' together into one being. This interpretation of Deadpool is lacking his traditional red suit and mask and also includes a mouth sewn shut and the abilities of Cyclops' optic blasts, Wraith's teleportation, and adamantium samurai swords that come out of his fists from within his arms, similarly to Wolverine's claws. Ryan Reynolds portrays Weapon XI/ "Deadpool" for close-ups, standing shots, and simple stunts while Scott Adkins is used for the more complicated and dangerous stunt work.[18]

Deadpool (2016)

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Tim Miller, director of Deadpool

In the film, former Special Forces operative Wade Wilson is subjected to an experiment that leaves him with new abilities. He adopts the alter ego Deadpool to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.[19]

After the opening weekend success of X-Men Origins: Wolverine in May 2009, Fox lent Deadpool out to writers with X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner acting as a producer and Reynolds attached to star.[20] Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were hired to write the script in January 2010.[21] The spinoff was set to ignore the Wolverine version of Deadpool and go "back to the roots of the character known for his slapstick tone and propensity to break the fourth wall."[22] Robert Rodriguez was sent a draft of the screenplay the following June but did not pursue it, and Adam Berg emerged as a top contender to direct.[23][24] In April 2011, visual effects specialist Tim Miller was hired to direct,[25] the film tentatively being referred to as X-Men Origins: Deadpool, the film's original pitch was turned into a graphic novel in 2010.[26]

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were hired to write the script in January 2010,[27] with Reynolds talking to the pair every day. He said that they were chosen because, "Tonally, they got it. They just [understood Deadpool] right off the bat."[28] By that June, Robert Rodriguez had been asked to direct the film,[29] which he confirmed a month later, saying he had been sent a "really good" script for Deadpool and was considering taking on the project.[30] He was no longer interested in October, and Adam Berg was being looked at to direct.[31] In April 2011, Tim Miller was hired to make his directorial debut with the film, after working on the visual effects for some of the X-Men films. Reynolds had also closed a deal with Fox to produce the film.[32] Miller was hired in part because of his work creating animated short films, including the Academy Award-winning Gopher Broke and a DC Universe Online trailer which was "epic and cinematic, everything [Fox wanted] their comic book movies to be."[33][34]

Reynolds' Green Lantern superhero film was released later in 2011 and was "a disaster", tainting the project which Fox executives were already concerned with due to its R-rated content. The studio agreed after several meetings that the film could not be reconfigured to a more traditional PG-13 rating, and gave Miller "a low-six-figure budget" to produce some test footage.[33] Miller created the footage with CGI at his animation company Blur Studio in 2012, with Reynolds' voicing Deadpool.[35] The footage did not convince Fox to green light the film.[33] After the successful release of Marvel's The Avengers, Reese and Wernick thought Deadpool may have been approved as an already developed superhero film, but Fox was even more doubtful of the script then and began exploring ways to potentially include Deadpool in an Avengers-esque team-up film.[36] At different times during development, James Cameron and David Fincher, both friends with Miller, read the film's script and championed the project to Fox executives.[37]

{{Quote box|width=30%|align=left|quote="I would have [leaked the test footage], if I had known it would have caused that! ... Now, we get to make the movie. We don’t get to make it with the budget of most superhero movies, but we get to make it the way we want to make it."|source=—Star and producer Ryan Reynolds on Deadpool finally getting the greenlight after the test footage leak.[38] The test footage was leaked online in July 2014,[39] and was met with an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response.[33] That September, Fox officially gave Deadpool a release date of February 12, 2016.[40] Production was set to begin in March 2015, and Simon Kinberg joining as producer.[41] Reynolds "100 percent" attributed Fox's greenlighting of the film to the leak. He, Miller, and the writers had discussed leaking the footage themselves before, and Reynolds initially thought that Miller had leaked the footage. He later believed that the leak came from someone at Fox. In exchange for being able to make the film how they wanted to make it, Fox gave the crew a much smaller budget than is typical for superhero films.[38] Principal photography began in March 2015 in Vancouver, Canada, and ended in May.[42][43]
The film was released on February 12, 2016, to both critical and commercial success.[44]

Short films

How Deadpool Spent Halloween (2015)

In October 2015, while filming the 2016 film Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, dressed as Deadpool for Halloween, shared a picture over on Instagram of his character hanging out with a group of kids dressed as the X-Men. Reynolds later released a short film to his YouTube account entitled How Deadpool Spent Halloween; described as “A Deadpool documentary: the behind the scenes video of the making of a photo you may or may not have seen”, and presented as a short film set in the same continuity as Deadpool.


The short follows Deadpool, on Halloween night, as he comes across time-displaced versions of the X-Men and Magneto playing on a swing set. Assuming that they are there due to asking them as to how many of them have taken a life. Upon hearing nothing but the sound of crickets, Deadpool begins to emit profanities. Pulling aside Cyclops to inquire as to what his mutant abilities are, Cyclops explains that he has the ability to shoot lasers from his eyes, as skill Deadpool finds to be “the stupidest”. After Deadpool briefly greets the young Wolverine, Mystique recognises Deadpool as Green Lantern, Deadpool being displeased with the comparison. Deadpool's various outburst, including confronting Beast for defiling his lawn, finally lead to an astute observation by Cyclops that “Deadpool may have been drunk”, while Wolverine requests that someone “sew his mouth shut again”. Deadpool then calls the group together for a group photo.[45][46]

No Good Deed (2017)

David Leitch, the director of No Good Deed and Deadpool 2.

David Leitch directed a short film featuring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool in December 2016, which was initially believed to be intended as a post-credits scene for the 2017 film Logan, intended to tease the film Deadpool 2,[47] which Leitch had been hired to direct a month earlier.[48] However, this report was denied by Reynolds, Logan director James Mangold, and star Hugh Jackman.[47] After LoganTemplate:'s runtime was extended by three minutes shortly before its release, there was new speculation that a post-credits scene teasing Deadpool 2 had been added,[49] but Mangold denied this again, saying that he wanted to "make a movie that begun and ended on its own terms. There was nothing else to say, because we had said it."[50] Instead, a Deadpool short film was shown as a pre-film sequence before the North American release of Logan,[51] confirmed to be the scene directed by Leitch in December 2016.[52] It was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, writers of the Deadpool films.[53]

After the initial release, Reese quickly clarified that the film was not in any form a teaser or a trailer for Deadpool 2, with none of its footage appearing in that film; instead, the film serves as being a standalone short film that serves as a "tonal tease" for Deadpool 2.[54][55] Two slightly different versions of the short were created, with the intention of giving "theater-goers and internet users slightly different treats."[56] For the online release, Reynolds simply entitled the short No Good Deed.[57] That version of the short sees Stan Lee make a cameo appearance as himself.[58]

The short parodies Superman, with John Williams' theme from the 1978 film playing as Wilson changes in the booth. The short follows Wade Wilson coming across an old man being mugged in an alley, leading him to race to change into his Deadpool costume before trying to help the man. However, as Wilson struggles to get dressed in a nearby phone booth, the man is shot and killed, which Wilson confirms when he emerges from the booth in slow-motion, wearing his costume. He then proceeds to eat the man's Cherry Garcia Ben & Jerry ice cream.[59] It was noted that Leitch's "icy blue" cinematography differed from the style that director Tim Miller used for the first Deadpool, on which Wernick said "every director brings their take to the material" and they were embracing and writing to his style. The writers wanted the opening of the short to feel like the opening of Logan, "so if you were going to see Logan and the first shot came up, you would think it's gonna be Hugh [Jackman] in the hoodie, and then when it turns out to be Deadpool you realize what's going on." They described the short as an absurd one-off "that's probably something that doesn't fit into a movie. It wouldn't work in the logic of a movie, but Deadpool affords us the opportunity to break rules ... the tone can be more absurd if we feel like it's funny. That was our goal there."[53] The short makes several references to Logan: it is set in front of a theater that is showing the film; a poster for the film, featuring the hands of Hugh Jackman and Dafne Keen, is seen in the alley in which the mugging takes place; and Deadpool does an impersonation of Jackman's natural Australian accent.[60] At the end of the short, an apparent book report summarizing Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea, presented seemingly as being written by Deadpool is quickly shown in a text crawl.[61][62][61]

Promotional Videos

In the lead up to and after the release of the 2016 film Deadpool, several short promotional videos, featuring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, T.J. Miller as Weasel, Hugh Jackman, Betty White, Conan O'Brian and James Corden were released.

  • Deadpool | Trailer Trailer[63]
  • Fantastic Four | American Ninja Warrior Sneak[64]
  • Deadpool Official Trailer #2 Announcement on NBA Promo[65]
  • Deadpool’s Empire magazine infomercial[66]
  • Australia Day Message From Deadpool[67]
  • Touch Yourself Tonight[68]
  • Touch Yourself Tonight: Just for Her[69]
  • Valentine’s Day Gift Advice From Deadpool[70]
  • Best. Review. EVER.[71]
  • Ryan Reynolds On How "Deadpool" Became A Reality - CONAN on TBS[72]
  • Double Deadpool[73]
  • Rootin’ For Deadpool [74]
  • Ryan Reynolds: "Deadpool" | Talks at Google[75]
  • Cat-astrophe Averted[76]
  • Deadpool Meets Maidpool[77]
  • I Crashed the Eddie the Eagle Junket[78]
  • Manchester United Dream[79]
  • Why Deadpool won’t be hosting SNL[80]
  • Dear Deadpool[81]
  • Deadpool Came Early[82]
  • #12DaysOfDeadpool[83]
  • Deadpool | Adult Swim ft. Stan Lee[84]
  • Need a little hand? Try Deadpool. #Deadpole[85]
  • “Regenerate the Meowgic” #Monthiversary[86]
  • Deadpool - Civil War[87]
  • Deadpool | Tight Red Spandex[88]
  • Deadpool Japanese Promo Clip - X-Men Apocalypse[89]
  • Deadpool - Ladies Day[90]

The ’Pool Log

On 23 December 2015, Ryan Reynolds uploaded the one hour and nine-minute long film The ’Pool Log to his YouTube channel, in which he had a brief vocal cameo as Deadpool. The film focuses on a burning paper bag with a drawing of Deadpool's head wearing a Santa Claus hat and the words "’Pool Log" written upon it, sitting on a windowsill as Christmas Carols play in the background.[91]

Honest Trailers

Honest Trailers is an Emmy-nominated series of parody trailers of films, and occasionally TV shows, that are made to satirize the film. The videos are narrated by Jon Bailey. The series co-creator Andy Signore, having spoken of getting a celebrity to perform a narration for their own Honest Trailers episode, one who "understands what we’re doing and enjoys it and is willing to make fun of themselves.", succeeded in doing this in May of 2016, when he were able to get Ryan Reynolds to co-narrate the Honest Trailer for Deadpool in character as the film's titular character, who is known for breaking the fourth wall.[92] Reynolds reprised his role as Deadpool for the Honest Trailer for Logan, the series' 200th video.[93]

Upcoming films

Deadpool 2 (2018)

In September 2015, Kinberg said that a sequel for Deadpool was in development.[94] By the release of Deadpool, 20th Century Fox greenlit the film, with Rheese and Wernick returning to write, and Miller being looked at to return as director, as he was working on the script at the time.[95] However in October 2016, Miller left the film due to creative differences with Reynolds and was replaced by David Leitch in November as the director.[96] In February 2017, Drew Goddard had joined as a creative consultant to work on the script with Reynolds, Rheese and Wernick.[97] Filming commenced in June 2017 in Vancouver for a June 1, 2018 release.[98][40]

Deadpool 3

By November 2016, with development underway on Deadpool 2, Fox was also planning Deadpool 3, which was said to include the team X-Force.[99] With the confirmation that Leitch would direct Deadpool 2, it was revealed that Fox was looking for a separate filmmaker to take on directing for Deadpool 3.[48] In March 2017, Reese clarified that though Deadpool 2 sets-up the X-Force team, a future film focused on the team would be separate from Deadpool 3, "so I think we'll be able to take two paths. [X-Force] is where we're launching something bigger, but then [Deadpool 3 is] where we're contracting and staying personal and small."[100]

X-Force

20th Century Fox are developing a film version of X-Force.[101][102][103] On July 11, 2013, it was reported that Jeff Wadlow has been hired to write and direct the adaptation. Lauren Shuler Donner and Matthew Vaughn will produce.[104] On December 3, 2013, Rob Liefeld confirmed that Cable and Deadpool would be appearing in the film, with Josh Brolin and Ryan Reynolds reprising the roles respectively. The film was planned to be released sometime in the year 2017.[105] A concept art shows Cable, Domino, Warpath, Cannonball, and an unconfirmed hooded female who resembles Rogue as members of the team.[106] After the release of Deadpool, Reynolds felt that Deadpool would soon be in an X-Force film,[107] and Kinberg stated that there was potential for X-Force to be R-rated like Deadpool due to the success of Deadpool in that category.[108] In addition, Psylocke has been rumored to appear in the film as she is a very prominent member of the team in the comic books; however, actress Olivia Munn (who plays Psylocke in the X-Men film series installment X-Men: Apocalypse) has not addressed these rumours. On November 9, 2016, Kinberg announced to The Hollywood Reporter that the film is still on their schedule.[109] In February 2017, it was reported that Ryan Reynolds would co-write the script with Joe Carnahan.[110] On September 7, 2017, Drew Goddard (former show runner of Marvel Cinematic Universe property Daredevil) was brought on to write and direct X-Force.[111]

Potential films

  • Tim Miller and Simon Kinberg have expressed interest in a Deadpool crossover film featuring the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Spider-Man.[112]
  • Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman have expressed interest in a film tentatively referred to as Deadpool vs. Wolverine;[113][114] however, while Reynolds has requested that Jackman reprise his role,[115] Jackman has declined, due to having retired from the role with the release of Logan,[116] [117] confirming in February 2017 that he had made up his mind and would not be appearing in any potential Deadpool crossover film, his reasoning being that Logan served as the perfect ending to the story arc of Wolverine.[118] however, Bryan Singer has stated in an interview with Fandango that he would like to see Laura Kinney to appear in a film (with Deadpool) as the new Wolverine, with Dafne Keen reprising her role from Logan.[119]

Cast and crew

Principal cast

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Characters Films Short Films Promotional Videos
Hulk vs. Wolverine [[X-Men Origins: Wolverine|Template:Small
Wolverine]]
Deadpool Deadpool 2 X-Force How Deadpool
Spent Halloween
No Good Deed The ’Pool Log Honest Trailers
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[[Deadpool#In other media|Wade W. Wilson
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Ryan Reynolds
Nolan NorthV Ryan Reynolds
Scott Adkins
Ryan Reynolds Ryan ReynoldsV
[[Wolverine in other media#Films|James "Logan" Howlett
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Hugh Jackman
Steven BlumV Hugh Jackman
Troye SivanY
Hugh JackmanAP colspan="1" Template:N/A Hugh JackmanAP Hugh JackmanA
[[Sabretooth (comics)#Film|Victor Creed
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Mark AchesonV Liev Schreiber
Michael James OlsenY
Liev SchreiberA
[[X-23#Film|Laura Howlett
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colspan="1" Template:N/A colspan="1" Template:TBA Dafne KeenAP Dafne KeenA
[[Professor X in other media#Films|Charles Xavier
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Patrick Stewart colspan="1" Template:TBA Patrick StewartA
Stan Lee Himself Himself HimselfA
Vanessa Morena Baccarin Morena BaccarinA
Weasel T. J. Miller T. J. MillerA
Blind Al Leslie Uggams Leslie UggamsA
Negasonic Teenage Warhead Brianna Hildebrand Brianna HildebrandA
Colossus Stefan KapičićV Stefan KapičićAV
Dopinder Karan Soni Karan SoniA
[[Cable (comics)#Film|Nathan Summers
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rowspan="2" Template:TBA Josh Brolin colspan="1" Template:TBA
Beast colspan="1" Template:N/A
Honest Trailer Guy Jon BaileyV

Crew

Film Director Writer(s) Producer(s) Executive producer(s) Director of photography Editor(s)
Hulk vs. Wolverine Frank Paur Craig Kyle
Christopher Yost
Frank Paur
Craig Kyle
Masao Maruyama
Kevin Feige
Eric S. Rollman
Stan Lee
Template:N/A George P. Rizkallah
X-Men Origins: Wolverine Gavin Hood David Benioff
Skip Woods
Lauren Shuler Donner Ralph Winter
Hugh Jackman
John Palermo
Richard Donner
Stan Lee
Donald M. McAlpine Nicholas De Toth
Megan Gill
Deadpool Tim Miller Rhett Reese
Paul Wernick
Simon Kinberg
Ryan Reynolds
Stan Lee
John J. Kelly
Jonathon Komack Martin
Rhett Reese
Aditya Sood
Paul Wernick
Ken Seng Julian Clarke
No Good Deed David Leitch Rhett Reese
Paul Wernick
Drew Goddard
Ryan Reynolds
Lauren Shuler Donner
Simon Kinberg
Ryan Reynolds
rowspan="2" Template:TBA Jonathan Sela[120]
Deadpool 2

Music

Title U.S. release date Length Composer(s) Label
X-Men Origins: Wolverine: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[121] Template:Start date 45:32 Harry Gregson-Williams Varèse Sarabande
Deadpool: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[122] Template:Start date 68:12 Tom Holkenborg Milan

Reception

Box office performance

Film Release date Box office gross All-time ranking Production budget Template:Abbr
United States Outside United States North America Other territories Worldwide United States & Canada Worldwide
X-Men Origins: Wolverine May 1, 2009 April 29, 2009 $179,883,157 $193,179,707 $373,062,864 224 273 $150 million [17]
Deadpool February 12, 2016 February 10, 2016 $363,070,709 $420,042,270 $783,112,979 37 69 $58 million [44]
No Good Deed[123] March 3, 2017 Template:N/A $226,277,068 Template:N/A $226,277,068 139 colspan="3" Template:N/A
Total [124]
$Template:Val $Template:Val $Template:Val $1.358 billion

Deadpool earned the largest opening weekend in February.[125][126][127] In North America, Deadpool is the highest-grossing film in the series, and it also has the highest opening weekend.[128][127] Outside North America, worldwide, Deadpool has a higher grossing than any film in the X-Men film series, its originator series, and is the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time.[129]

Critical and public response

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore
X-Men Origins: Wolverine 38% (256 reviews)[130] 40 (39 reviews)[131] B+[132]
Deadpool 84% (297 reviews)[133] 65 (49 reviews)[134] A[132]
No Good Deed Template:N/A[135] Template:N/A[136] Template:N/A

A multitude of jokes are aimed at the expense of Reynolds' version of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine due to the negative reaction of the character's portrayal in the film, and to the film itself.[137]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes the first Deadpool film has an approval rating of 84% based on 295 reviews, with an average rating of 6.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Fast, funny, and gleefully profane, the fourth-wall-busting Deadpool subverts superhero film formula with wildly entertaining—and decidedly non-family-friendly—results."[138] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 65 out of 100, based on 49 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[139] Audiences polled by CinemaScore and PostTrack gave the film an average grade of "A" (on an A+ to F scale) and an average score of 97% excellence, respectively. 45% of the latter felt that their expectations of the film had been exceeded.[140]

Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post scored Deadpool three-and-a-half stars out of four, calling it a "voraciously self-aware comedy" and the first R-rated Marvel film "with real teeth". O'Sullivan praised the film's attitude and tone, along with Reynolds for making Deadpool a likeable character, and the film's action scenes.[141] TheWrap's Alonso Duralde said Deadpool "shouldn’t work, but it absolutely does", feeling that it successfully balanced the comedy with superhero action, and that the chemistry between Reynolds and Baccarin gave enough weight to the plot to support the tone and violence.[142] Calvin Wilson at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch also gave the film three-and-a-half stars out of four, and said that it was "smart, sexy, and outrageous", but that it would not work without Reynolds.[143] Peter Bradshaw gave the film four stars out of five for The Guardian, calling it "neurotic and needy—and very entertaining", and comparing it to Kick-Ass and Kill Bill. He did feel that the film's villains were underused though.[144] Writing for Uproxx, Drew McWeeny described it as "the world’s most violent and vulgar Bugs Bunny cartoon", and praised the film's unconventional plot structure, its personal stakes, the difference in tone and storytelling from other superhero films, and the cast.[145] VarietyTemplate:'s Justin Chang said the film is "terribly arch and juvenile [but] also startlingly effective", praising Reynolds' performance (and the film's willingness to hide his looks under prosthetics), the script, and director Miller for staying "out of the way of his script and his star".[146] Todd McCarthy at The Hollywood Reporter felt the film took a while to get going, "but once it does, Deadpool drops trou to reveal itself as a really raunchy, very dirty and pretty funny goof on the entire superhero ethos".[147]

Rolling StoneTemplate:'s Peter Travers said the film "goes on too long and repetition dulls its initial cleverness" but the "junky feel is part of its charm." He praised the cast, particularly Reynolds, as well as Tim Miller's action sequences.[148] At the Boston Globe, Tom Russo gave the film three stars. He criticized the "featherweight" plot but said that there is enough humor to support it and that Reynolds was "born to play" Deadpool.[149] Chris Nashawaty graded the film a 'B' for Entertainment Weekly, saying it "doesn’t have the most adrenalized action sequences or the deepest origin story" but makes up for that with R-rated fun. Nashawaty felt Reynolds was the perfect star for the film and is "a blast of laughing gas in a genre that tends to take itself way too seriously."[150] Tasha Robinson at The Verge felt there was too much juvenile humor, but was positive that the film did not make homophobic, racist, or sexist jokes, and that its overall tone remained joyous despite the material. She also praised the smaller scope of the film.[151] David Edelstein of Vulture said the film's jokes save it from a lack of subtext and strong villains, and noted the gratifyingly twisty" structure.[152] Manohla Dargi at The New York Times did not give the film a pass for listing its genre cliches in the opening credits before using them, but instead highlighted the "human" elements in the film and the moments where Reynolds and Tim Miller did "more than hitting the same bombastic notes over and over again."[153] For IndieWire, Kate Erbland gave the film a 'B-', praising its style, and Reynolds' Deadpool for breaking the superhero mold, but criticizing the overall film for following genre conventions and focusing on "numbing" violence and un-original swearing and nudity.[154]

Writing for the Los Angeles Times, Kenneth Turan said that Deadpool "gets off to a fun start but eventually wears out his welcome", noting that though the film has a complicated narrative, that is just masking a conventional Marvel origin story. Turan did highlight the film's romantic element and Baccarin's performance.[155] Jonathon Pile of Empire gave the film three stars out of five, saying the number of jokes "will soon numb you to their impact", but calling the film a fun alternative to other superhero films.[156] Robbie Collin at The Daily Telegraph also gave the film three stars out of five, saying it is not "the future of superhero movies, but it’s an enjoyably obnoxious detour." He also felt that some of the film's jokes about superhero cliches were out of date by the time the film was released.[157] The San Francisco ChronicleTemplate:'s Mick LaSalle did not appreciate the humor, fourth wall breaking, or violence, and concluded that the film is "bad, borderline garbage, but disturbing, too, in that it’s just the kind of fake-clever awfulness that might be cinema’s future."[158]

Chris Cabin at Collider called the No Good Deed short film "dark, funny, and just a bit punkish", and compared it to a Saturday Night Live skit. He thought it was a smart move from Fox to release "a taste of what [fans] love" about the first film to abate fears and rumors following the replacement of Miller with Leitch. Cabin also said it was impressive and clever that the studio managed to keep the short a surprise for general audiences to discover at the theater.[159] Matt Rooney at JoBlo.com called the teaser great, and "a great way to keep the buzz going for" Deadpool 2 despite not actually revealing anything about that film.[160] Matthew Monagle of Screen Crush said the short proves that the first Deadpool was "not a one-hit wonder for Reynolds and company", and praised its jokes. He also noted its release with Logan as another connection being made by Fox between its X-Men films and Deadpool, pointing toward future crossovers between the two.[161] The Verge's Andrew Liptak said the short was "a fun one", noting the visual gags in the background and the Stan Lee cameo, and saying, "At the very least, [this shows that] we can expect the same irreverent humor in" Deadpool 2 as was in the first film.[151]

Writing for Screen Rant, Alex Leadbeater felt, regardless of the short's connections to Logan and Deadpool 2, it "ultimately is a good slice of Deadpool fun." Leadbeater also praised the alternate online release, as pirated versions of the theatrical showings had already appeared online and the extra scenes in the official online version were incentive for fans to watch the official release over the illegal ones.[162] Trent Moore of Blastr called the short "a fun little scene", and said that Leitch "certainly seems to have a solid grasp of the irreverent tone that makes the character work so well."[58] Jacob Hall at /Film said the short was a "fun little surprise" and compared it to Marvel Studios' Marvel One-Shots. He added that there is "not much to judge quite yet, but [Leitch] does showcase a strong eye for comedy" in the footage, and particularly noted the "ridiculously depressing and dilapidated" setting.[163] Corey Chichizola of CinemaBlend said the short is "certainly cool enough to the wet the palate for any X-Men fans", and particularly noted the "strong blue tint, which is in stark juxtaposition to the very bright and yellow world of Deadpool. With a new director stepping behind the camera, perhaps this was a choice that we'll see in" Deadpool 2.[164]

There was speculation among fans that the murdered old man in the short could be Ben Parker, the uncle of Marvel character Spider-Man who is killed by a mugger as part of that hero's origin story. The speculation noted the way the old man is killed in the short, and the fact that he is carrying Ben & Jerry's ice cream.[165][60] In response to this, Leitch "coyly" said, "That's a really interesting question", and adding, "I think that people should continue to theorize who that old man was."[165]

Cinematic impact and legacy

Before the success of he first Deadpool, the main R-rated comic-based films considered successful were 300 (2006) and Watchmen (2009), which received around half the opening weekend gross of successful PG-13 superhero films. Kick-Ass (2010), a film tonally similar to Deadpool, had made even less with a $19.8 million opening. Many reasons were given for why Deadpool went on to be more successful than these, including the popularity of the Marvel brand and Reynolds performance.[166][167][168] Tom Huddleston, Jr. wrote for Fortune, that Deadpool was proof to Hollywood that R-rated films can be as successful as PG-13 films, "particularly when fans see the rating itself as validation that the film is true to its source material."[169]

A Hollywood executive, not involved with the film, felt it succeeded because it "has a self-deprecating tone that’s riotous. It’s never been done before. It’s poking fun at Marvel. That label takes itself so seriously; can you imagine them making fun of themselves in a movie?" James Gunn, director of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, refuted this and said Deadpool was a success because "it’s original, it’s damn good ... and it wasn’t afraid to take risks". Gunn hoped studios would learn "the right lesson" from the film and not just try to make more films "like Deadpool".[170] After Fox's Logan (2017) also became a success, ForbesTemplate:' Paul Tassi reiterated Gunn's sentiments, saying the rating was "appropriate given the 'adult' nature of these two heroes", but "too much stock is being put into unrestrained violence rather than people examining what actually makes these movies work".[171] Graeme McMillan at The Hollywood Reporter concurred, adding, "Why not take the freedom that comes from that rating and try to re-approach the mainstream genre with that attitude?"[172]

In March 2017, a Warner Bros. executive said that an R-rated DC extended universe film would "absolutely 100% happen",[173] while Sony Pictures began developing an R-rated adaptation of the character Venom with a smaller budget, inspired by Fox's success with Deadpool and Logan.[174] In June, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said in response to the successes that, though that company was not planning any R-rated films for its Marvel Cinematic Universe, "it’s not out of the question".[175]

Home media release

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has released the first film on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download,[176][177][178] and on 4K Ultra HD.[176][178] The film was also released on DVD and Blu-ray box sets:

Title Format Release date Films Template:Abbr
X-Men Quadrilogy DVD, Blu-ray October 19, 2009 X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine [179]
X-Men: The Ultimate Collection October 31, 2011 X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class [180]
X-Men and the Wolverine - Adamantium Collection December 3, 2013 X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine [181]
X-Men: The Adamantium Collection [182]
Wolverine Double Feature Blu-ray October 7, 2014 X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Wolverine [183]
X-Men: The Cerebro Collection November 10, 2014 X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past [184]
X-Men Universe 9-Film Bundle November 1, 2016 X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Deadpool, X-Men: Apocalypse [185]
Wolverine: 2-Movie Collection January 10, 2017 X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Wolverine [186]

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