Deadpool's headed into its second weekend in theaters and is expected to cross $200 million domestically, according to Deadline.
Fox took a significant risk by brining this character to the big screen, for the second time, played by the same actor, in a new continuity. It's a gamble that's more than payed off. As unusual as he is, Deadpool's also been a wildly popular — though divisive — comic character for years.
Here, Eric Eisenberg and Roth Cornet talk about Deadpool's storied history and why he became such a simultaneously hated and loved figure in comics.
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Below we discuss why Deadpool has resonated so profoundly with movie audiences as well.
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