A Young ‘Deadpool’ Fan Gave Ryan Reynolds A Taste Of His Own Medicine At Comic-Con


Ryan Reynolds and the folks behind Deadpool 2 had a fun time at Comic-Con. The uncut version of Deadpool 2 was a hit and even featured a deleted credits scene where the Merc With A Mouth traveled way back to do what Jeb Bush wanted to back during the 2016 campaign. But it was the panel that provided the cool moments, with Reynolds, Zazie Beetz, and others taking questions from fans. One young fan hit Reynolds with the snark and grabbed the spotlight:

“My question’s for Ryan but the other cast members can answer as well,” the fan said before Reynolds jumped in.

“Oh, shit. Something’s coming I can see it,” he joked.

“Um … if you’ll let me finish,” the fan responded, causing the audience to gasp…

“If you could be any superhero besides Lady Deadpool, who would you be?”

“Did you say besides Lady Deadpool?,” asked Reynolds, adding, “God, I love you.”

You can see the full exchange below and soak up Reynold’s joy at the moment:

The panel continued and hit on some big topics later, non-fridge related, and discussed the representation present in the films and if Deadpool will ever explore his pansexuality in response to one fan according to Variety:

“I certainly think that this universe…needs to represent and reflect the world in very real ways,” Reynolds said when asked by a fan if future Deadpool movies will feature more gay or bi characters. “The great thing about Deadpool is that we’re allowed to do things that other superhero movies don’t necessarily do. It’s something that I’d love to see more of, certainly through Wade, certainly through this universe because it’s something that we’re building out more.”

With the way Negasonic’s relationship in the movie was handled, the door is opened to examine everything that has been presented in the comics about Wade Wilson. There is no reason to ignore it — plus the first movie did already show that he wasn’t shy about his intimate habits. Push the barrier, even if it ends up at Disney.

(Via Variety / HuffPost)