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Deadpool 2: Ryan Reynolds Will Be Back, It's Official

Ryan Reynolds confirmed that he will play the part of Deadpool in the movie's sequel. Although it was basically a "given" anyway, Ryan's agents attempted to acquire more money for Reynold. Deadpool's major success shows that it's a valid renegotiation, yes?

According to Movie Pilot, Ryan Reynolds made $2 million when he initially agreed to play the lead in the first Deadpool movie. However, after Deadpool was such a success, Reynolds' associates wanted to ensure that the actor would first have his fair share of the profits rather than getting low-balled.

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For now, Ryan Reynolds is the only known, locked-in cast member for Deadpool 2, as mentioned the Internet Movie Database (IMDb). According to the report, Deadpool 2 is set to release in 2017. This particular release will be along with other Marvel movie which are set to release during the same year.

It's still a big year for Deadpool's creative franchise, Marvel Comics. The first part of the movie series releases onto Blu-Ray on May 10 for available purchase. Ryan Reynolds' movie has dominated theaters. According to Movie Pilot, the source states that Deadpool is one of the highest-grossing R-rated movies of all time.

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And, although it received hoards of complaints, you know that those individuals had no idea about the character Wade/Deadpool. However, Marvel did clearly mention that the movie wasn't for kids, right? No one pays attention to movie ratings anymore, it seems.

What are your thoughts about Ryan Reynolds making a second appearance as the character? Do you think he did well in the first installment of the Marvel series? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Antonio J. Newell is a Los Angeles-based journalist. Some of his news emphases include: celebrity news, famous relationships, movie releases, music coverage, and trending stories. [Antonio J. Newell] (


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