Ryan Reynolds is making a weed-based Home Alone parody called Stoned Alone, and he must be stopped

Look, Ryan Reynolds: You’re very charming. You star in fun superhero movies, and you and your wife are very cute together, and you make fun of your bombs, and we like you, okay? But there are lines, and you can’t go crossing them all willy-nilly just because it sounded like a fun idea at the time. So what are we…

Deadpool 2's director swears you will someday get to see the movie's baby Hitler scene

It’s easy to think that anything goes in a vulgar series like Deadpool, which has distinguished itself within the Marvel universe by spraying the screen with gobs of gore and blush-worthy dialogue. Believe it or not, however, there were some bits that definitively crossed the blurry line that star Ryan Reynolds and…

Deadpool leaps into The Late Show’s continuity to take over Stephen Colbert’s Trump jokes

Fans of the Marvel not-quite superhero Deadpool know that the wise-cracking, Looney Tunes-immortal “merc with a mouth”’s real superpower is cheeky self-awareness. After Wade Wilson’s initial conception as yet another 1990s “extreme” antihero (and Deathstroke knockoff), Deadpool’s popularity grew in proportion to his…

Josh Brolin and Ryan Reynolds are really good at insulting each other

There’s a profane, adolescent energy to the Deadpool franchise, and the forthcoming sequel’s bizarre marketing campaign reflects that juvenile unpredictability. Over the past few weeks, star Ryan Reynolds has danced with Celine Dion, “spoiled” his own movie, and dressed up like a unicorn on South Korean TV, and now…

Final Deadpool 2 trailer takes shots at Cable, Domino, the DCEU, basically everyone

As is increasingly the case, we won’t have to wait long between superhero movies—just three weeks after Avengers: Infinity War fires its opening salvo, Deadpool 2 is poised to hit theaters like Colossus (Stefan Kapicic). Or Cable (Josh Brolin). Or Bedlam (Terry Crews), though, if he sticks to his comic-book origins,…