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Deadpool Script Leaked Online
 

 
Deadpool Script Leaked Online


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The movie adaptation of Deadpool can't catch a break. The project received a promising start, which saw Ryan Reynolds play the wise-cracking a.ssassin in X-Men Origins: Wolverine with such success that a Deadpool spin-off was announced, and Zombieland screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were soon hired to write the script. With the writers admitting earlier this year that they were talking with Reynolds "every day" about the screenplay, and Robert Rodriguez being rumored for the Deadpool director's chair, progress on the project seemed to be going in the right direction. Then, everything began to fall apart.

Rodriguez admitted in August that he wasn't "able to commit" because of his commitment to Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, and then, Reynolds' schedule suddenly became so full that the actor revealed last month that he couldn't appear in both Deadpool and another comic book adaptation, R.I.P.D., both of which he is attached to. With Deadpool still struggling to find a director, screenwriter Reese admitted on his Twitter account that the script he and Wernick have written was leaked online.

From what I can tell, yes, the Deadpool script leaked. No idea how. If you don't want things spoiled, be aware!
Reese's announcement comes after Bleeding Cool admitted that they had found a copy of the script, revealing the characters included [WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD].

Thereís Blind Al, Deadpoolís sort-of-roommate, and Patch, the barman-come-mercenary dispatcher who gives Deadpool his jobs. Iím sure you were already expecting those. Then thereís several Weapon-X characters, including (but not limited to) Wyre, Ajax, Sluggo and Garrison Kane. Wade Wilsonís love affair with Vanessa Carlysle is apparently a key part of the story, though Iíve been promised that sheís never seen in her Copycat guise and thereís no indication sheís a mutant at all.
The report also claims that the X-Man Colossus appears in "more than one scene and has got some stuff to do" in the movie. Daniel Cudmore played the character in X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand.

As for Rodriguez, The Playlist reports that the director dealt another possible blow to Deadpool by admitting during a Facebook live chat earlier this week that he will start Sin City 2 after finishing Spy Kids.

Frank Miller and I are working on it. It's slated to be the next one, but if the script is not ready, then we'll have to move to the next one.
Whether that "next one" will be Deadpool is unknown, but fans should keep their fingers crossed. Deadpool could use some luck.


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 Deadpool Script Leaked Online; Rodriguez to Direct Sin City 2 Instead?


Which Other Marvel Characters Are Set To Appear In The Deadpool Movie?

Coming to you from this weekendís New York Comic-Con, just rather indirectly*, hereís the dish on which Marvel universe characters you can expect to see in the promised Deadpool movie. I can tell you that thereís definitely one guest star lined up that really took me by surprise.

Will it be spoiling anything for you if I share this info? Only if youíre one of those determined purists who never watches a trailer, looks at a poster or reads the IMDB listings. And thereís some names Iíve been asked not to pass on at all because, apparently, that character appears only very late into the story.

So, no. I donít think is capital-S Spoiler material at all. All the same, you might choose to LOOK AWAY NOW and stay pure. Ish.

Of course, some of the characters are very closely a.ssociated with Deadpool anyway. Thereís Blind Al, Deadpoolís sort-of-roommate, and Patch, the barman-come-mercenary dispatcher who gives Deadpool his jobs. Iím sure you were already expecting those. Then thereís several Weapon-X characters, including (but not limited to) Wyre, Ajax, Sluggo and Garrison Kane.

Wade Wilsonís love affair with Vanessa Carlysle is apparently a key part of the story, though Iíve been promised that sheís never seen in her Copycat guise and thereís no indication sheís a mutant at all. But this wonít be a mutant-shy productionÖ

Öbecause one of the X-Men appears. Can you guess which one? Place your bets now, ladies and gentlemen.

Itís an X-Man weíve already seen on the big screen. Twice. Played by the same actor each time. Maybe theyíll get him back for this too. Do you know who it is yet? Itís none other than Piotr Rasputin. Itís Colossus.

Will it be a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo? I asked, and was told:

Nope. He is in more than one scene and has got some stuff to do.
Will they get Daniel Cudmore back to reprise the role? Well, itís early days Ė thereís still no director actually signed, and some chance that the film will not actually make it into production Ė but I bet somebodyís at least had an informal chat with the actor. Hereís a mission for any bloggers doing a Breaking Dawn set visit in the coming months: get Cudmore on the record.

Iíve also been told that the Wolverine: X-Men Origins version of Wade Wilson as a Weapon X project makesÖ umÖ a special appearance. in the screenplay. They had to deal with it somehow, right? And what theyíve done is oh-so-Deadpool.

Canít wait to find out just what that actually means. Ballís in your court, Mr. Reynolds.

*Iím writing from Ye Olde Oxforde.


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 Which Other Marvel Characters Are Set To Appear In The Deadpool Movie? Bleeding Cool Comic Book News and Rumors


Deadpool Script Review: This Role Could Make Ryan Reynolds An Icon


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What youíre about to read is a review of the most recent draft of the script for 20th Century Foxís upcoming superhero film Deadpool, a movie based on the comic book character first played by Ryan Reynolds in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. What you wonít read in the review that follows are a lot of spoilers. There will be a few minor ones, but donít worry, our promise when doing any script review is that we will not the spoil the film by discussing major plot points, nor will we jump to any wild conclusions about the nature of the production. Itís just the script and thatís only part of the equation in making any movie. Anything I tell you here will not be anything you wouldnít know from the movieís trailers, should it ever get made. So unless you want to stay completely spoiler free, itís safe to read on.

The screenplayís title page says it was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, but if Quentin Tarantino wrote a superhero movie, it would be a lot like this script for Deadpool. In its best moments, Deadpool is like reading Van Wilder meets k!ll Bill, a genius mix of insane dark comedy and ridiculous over the top violence the likes of which weíve never seen in any other superhero movie before. As a character, Deadpool is kind of like The Bride, but with a Looney Tunes sense of humor.

Till now, our superheroes have fallen into pretty much one of two categories. Theyíre either deadly serious and dark, like The Dark Knight, or theyíre fun and light like Iron Man. If it gets made, Deadpool will be the first superhero movie to successfully be both styles all at once. It does it by taking everything to the extreme. All the darkness and despair of Batman is amped up and punctuated with brutal, almost horror movie like violence while all the humor and flat out charm of Iron Man is amped up as well, to create a dark and deeply violent superhero movie thatís also ridiculously funny and engaging in nearly every single moment and all at once.

The thing is, itíll only work with Ryan Reynolds. The character of Deadpool is written in his voice, his style, and when you read it, itís impossible not to hear him talking in your head. Itíd never work with anyone else but if Reynolds really steps up and takes on the role, it could be the defining moment of his career. Deadpool could become a pop culture icon; he could be Ryanís Captain Jack Sparrow. Heís that good.

Of course thereís a problem in turning Deadpool into a movie, itís a problem caused by X-Men Origins: Wolverine where the character was first introduced, abused, ruined, and then k!lled. This script eliminates that problem brilliantly by, well, mocking it. The script never comes right out and mentions Wolverine, itís all accomplished through one specific subtle reference, which says everything that needs to be said. Itís as though the character of Deadpool exists in a world where Wolverine is a movie that heís seen, and hates. Deadpool literally throws everything Wolverine did to screw up this character in the trash can, and then spends the rest of the movie endlessly poking fun at the celebrity of Hugh Jackman.

Thatís not to say Deadpool is disconnected from the rest of the Marvel universe. It just distances itself from Wolverine because, well, thereís no other way to handle it after the way Jackmanís movie treated the character. But itís still part of the Marvel world and thereís a huge role in this movie for Colossus, one of the most famous X-Men who has never really gotten a proper treatment on screen in any of the X-Men movies. Colossus had a cameo of sorts in X-Men 3, but here he gets a personality and plenty of f!ght scenes, at times serving as the straight man to Deadpoolís morally ambiguous hijinks. Itís a genius pairing; an indestructible superhero odd couple who work so well on the page that youíll hope that the sequel will find a way to put them together permanently.

With X-Men Origins: Wolverine out of the equation, the script approached everything as if youíve never seen Deadpool before. That means including an origin story, but origin stories are boring and Deadpool doesnít have time to be boring. So rather than dragging us through an endless opening sequence in which Deadpool is introduced, the entire movie takes place at the peak of Deadpoolís career and his origin is told in flashbacks, interspersed throughout the movie between breaks in the action. The scriptís not really linear, not exactly, and that works perfectly for a movie with the comedic sensibilities of Family Guy and the kind of brutal violence that only works when itís not thrown at you all at once. The result is a fairly well defined rhythm of insane, violence punctuated by weirdly hilarious flashbacks, which may not seem like theyíre moving the story forward but eventually do. Stopping to watch the last time Deadpool ate carbs may not seem like an important part of this tale, but in the end it all comes together.

Deadpool is funny and sarcastic and smart even when not engaged in random flashbacks. It contains a whole host of completely crazed pop culture references from Caddyshack to Amy Winehouse and everything in between. It tries to take place in the real world where Wade (Deadpoolís real name) sits around and watches Gallagher wielding his sledgomatic on television and in his apartment has his floors cleaned by a Roomba. It contains ruminations on everything from the titles of Steven Seagal movies to the potentially evil nature of IKEA. And it does all of that while telling what is almost without a doubt the darkest, most disturbed superhero story ever told.

Deadpool isnít even really a hero. He sneers at the notion of doing the right thing. He doesnít care about justice or really much of anything beyond this hooker he fell for once and his own, prideful, vanity. If he has any redeeming qualities thereís no sign of them in this script, other than a wicked sense of humor. In fact the script goes out of its way to paint him as sort of a scumbag. But heís so well written and so incredibly likeable, that youíll love him anyway. Non-fans will eat this up and existing fans of the character will probably douse themselves in gasoline and set themselves on fire in celebration over just how faithful this is. All the Deadpool staples are here, right down to his non-stop motormouth, those hideous scars, his hilarious penchant for breaking the fourth wall, and Blind Al as Deadpoolís roommate (who never leaves their apartment and hilariously, spends all her time attempting to construct IKEA furniture). The costume is the one fans know from the comics, mask and all, red because it hides the blood. Deadpool wears the mask for much of the movie, but early on we see the vicious scars hidden beneath it. Itís not until much later on in the screenplay that their origin is explained, but those scars end up being the lynchpin in his whole story. You have to wonder if it was written that way, to keep some nervous studio exec, from taking the scars off. If so, well done.

Deadpoolís face could have been a real problem, since itís obscured a lot, which would mean seeing very little of Ryan Reynoldsí ticket-selling face. But the script, like just about every problem it encounters, gets around that brilliantly through all those flashbacks which tell the story of his origins before he was scarred. Reynolds gets plenty of visible face time, enough to sell tickets to his perpetually swooning fans.

What Iím getting at here is that this is a k!ller script and more than that, itís a well-thought out story, which fills in every plot hole and solves every problem that could have been encountered with the character. I canít imagine anyone doing this any better, and itís a movie which deserves to be made the right way by the right people. Right now thereís no way to know if that will happen. Reynolds is busy filming Green Lantern and his commitment to Deadpool remains up in the air. Without Reynolds there is no movie here, Deadpool is Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool. At one point Robert Rodriguez was in negotiations to direct and short of actually getting Quentin Tarantino heíd be perfect. Like Reynolds this movie could make his career, but Rodriguez now seems to be doing other things. With the right director and Reynolds in the lead, this script has the potential to be the Dark Knight of R-rated superhero movies.


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5 comments for "Deadpool Script Leaked Online"

 7 years ago '07        #2
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... definitely not a script i'd waste time reading, I'll just wait till the movie comes out.
 7 years ago '06        #3
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 TH35 said:
... definitely not a script i'd waste time reading, I'll just wait till the movie comes out.
 7 years ago '05        #4
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Hmmmmmmm..... Interesting.
 7 years ago '04        #5
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anyone know where i can download this script?
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