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Ryan Reynolds is working hard for Deadpool

Sarah Posted by Sarah at December 23, 2015 15:31:38 December 23, 2015 15:31:38

It feels like Ryan Reynolds has been shilling for Deadpool for the last nine years, even though the first time I wrote about it was a little over a year ago. It could be because the project had a long gestation period, but I think it’s more that it feels like every third week Ryan Reynolds pops up to shill for the movie with a new poster or teaser or clickbait video. Full Story

Deadpool: Ryan Reynolds might actually have pulled this off

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 5, 2015 14:11:13 August 5, 2015 14:11:13

No one has had worse luck with superhero movies than Ryan Reynolds. He’s been in three superhero movies of varying levels of bad—Blade: Trinity, hilariously awful; Wolverine: Origins, spectacularly bad; Green Lantern, disastrous—and if you add the completely misguided R.I.P.D., a non-superhero comic book adaptation to his roster, he’s 0-4. Full Story

Superhero class photo day & Ben Affleck is the new Keanu Reeves

Sarah Posted by Sarah at July 16, 2015 14:13:24 July 16, 2015 14:13:24

At Comic-Con The Hollywood Reporter gathered the casts of Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad and sat them down for a class portrait that reinforces what I said about the dynamics during the WB/DC Hall H panel—while the Suicide Squad cast seems fun, the cast of Superhero Face Punch would really like to get back and finish their class project. Full Story

Ryan Reynolds in Self/Less

Sarah Posted by Sarah at July 13, 2015 20:45:30 July 13, 2015 20:45:30
Photos:
Albert L. Ortega/ Chelsea Lauren/ Kevin Winter/ Getty Images

This movie is a complete waste of time and no one should see it. I was actively angry the whole time I sat through it, and when it was over I vowed to ensure that no one else would ever have to suffer as I have suffered by wasting precious hours of their lives watching this stupid f*cking movie. I lost two hours of my life to Self/Less, hours in which I could have done so many other, enriching things, like go to a museum, attend a lecture, read a book, or stare at a blank wall. Full Story