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In a post on Twitter, the actor unveiled an appropriately wacky image of his suit in the upcoming "Deadpool" film.
Dwayne Johnson gives an update on "Shazam's" script; Marvel may have auditioned "Weeds" actor Mateus Ward for Spider-Man and more.
A condensed version of the new "Avengers" trailer has hit TV; Joss Whedon revealed that there are unrevealed heroes in the film and more.
Jason Momoa addresses "DC haters" with two words; Ryan Reynolds reveals why he thinks "critical fanboys" will embrace "Deadpool" and more.
David Ayer preps a "Suicide Squad" shootout, Danny Elfman tweaks the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" score, and more.
The first trailer for new sci-fi film "Selfless" sees Ben Kingsley's mind in Ryan Reynolds' body, and it doesn't go completely smoothly.
Citing their explosive dynamic in the X-Men comics, the actor said he'd be interested in appearing opposite Ryan Reynolds in the Fox spinoff.
Rob Liefeld, who co-created comic book staples like Deadpool, Cable and Domino, revealed a new sketch of Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson.
The "Gotham" and "Firefly" actress will play Ryan Reynolds' love interest in the Merc With a Mouth's upcoming solo film.
Ryan Reynolds has company in Fox's "Deadpool" cast: Gina Carano has been cast as Angel Dust, and T.J. Miller has joined in an unspecified role.
COMIC REEL: "Suicide Squad" Strengthens Its Characters; "Agents of SHIELD" Expands Its Marvel U Cast
Will Smith and Margot Robbie talk Deadshot and Harley Quinn, while new clips and cast members arrive for "Agent Carter," "Agents of SHIELD" and "Arrow."
One year ahead of its theatrical release, Ryan Reynolds has posted a picture revealing the progress made on the Merc With a Mouth's movie.
The actor has revealed that a script didn’t exist during auditions for "Green Lantern," a stark contrast to the long-developing "Deadpool."
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
The actor says the first-time director has “always been the right guy” to guide the Merc With a Mouth in his solo outing.
"Arrow's" Atom will guest star on the CW series' sister show; Bruno Heller looks ahead towards "Gotham's" season one finale and more.
Promising "the kind of movie we want to make," the Wade Wilson actor expresses confidence in the shape of the X-Men spinoff.
A new rumor has Constantine and Zatanna heading up the DC team; Ryan Reynolds says they're doing "Deadpool" the "right way" and more.
COMIC REEL: Amell Says Next "Arrow"/"Flash" Event Will Be "Even Bigger"; "Deadpool" Begins Filming In March
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
Ryan Reynolds may soon have some company on the cast list for the merc with a mouth's solo feature film.
Mike Colter is reportedly Marvel's first choice for Luke Cage; a new promo shows off more of Reverse-Flash and Firestorm and more.
A new tweet from the actor suggests he and Fox may have come to an agreement for Reynolds to bring "Deadpool" back to the big screen.
Patrick Warburton talks "The Tick's" possible return, the upcoming Netflix premiere of "The Woman Chaser" and why he may have to make out with Chris Hemsworth.
Fox has set a release date for its long in-development "Deadpool" movie while shifting Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" to August 2015.
Test footage for a "Deadpool" film starring Ryan Reynolds has leaked online, giving fans a look at an authentic interpretation of the character.
‘If I were a betting man, it’ll get made, eventually,’ Ryan Reynolds says about the long-discussed Deadpool movie.
The Ryan Reynolds-Jeff Bridges supernatural comedy "R.I.P.D.," based on Dark Horse's 2000 comics series, was buried at the domestic box office by the record-breaking horror film "The Conjuring."
Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds star in "R.I.P.D.," a supernatural buddy action-comedy that finds itself unable to live up to its solid "Men in Black" meets "Ghostbusters" premise.
Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds and Mary-Louise Parker tell CBR News all about the dynamics on set of "R.I.P.D.," how they passed their time, and how eating is the greatest stunt of them all.
A recently released international trailer for Universal's "R.I.P.D." film gives a closer look at the plot and concept behind the big screen adaptation of the Dark Horse Comics series.
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for the film adaptation of Dark Horse Comics' "R.I.P.D." starring Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges. The movie hits theaters July 19.
"Deadpool" writers Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick discuss the test reel for the long-brewing film, conceding the biggest hurdle is still convincing Fox executives that an R-rated supehero movie can be successful.
Ryan Reynolds says the script for the long awaited "Deadpool" movie remains in development, but "it's so, so far into the R-rated zone" that it's reminiscent of "Zombieland" and poses a big risk for Fox.
The artist behind Dark Horse's Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges-bound franchise peels back the curtain on drawing undead police as Tony Parker takes CBR through the process of drawing "R.I.P.D.: City of The Damned."
Following the disappointing box-office performance by 2011's "Green Lantern," Warner Bros. is still deciding whether to bring back star Ryan Reynolds for a sequel, or to reintroduce the superhero in some other way.
Familiar story elements in "Safe House" don’t stop stars Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds from tearing it up in this fun, if ultimately forgettable, spy thriller from director Daniel Espinosa.
With this summer's movie season nearing its end, SPINOFF looks back at the hits and misses to see what we've learned...and gets confused.
Warner Bros' "Green Lantern" opened to a soft $52.7 million at the box office this weekend. Weak reviews and the growing trend of "3D fatigue" may have contributed to the film's debut performance.
CBR weighs in on "Green Lantern," and concludes that buried under the film's endless and needlessly messy info-dump, which would tax even the most hardcore fans of the comic, there's a fun movie to be found.