After the disaster that was X-Men Origins Wolverine, how did Fox decide to give Deadpool another shot on the big screen? Step inside the pitch meeting that started it all! We promise it's
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We'll soon be seeing Cable, Domino and a whole lot of other awesome Marvel & X-Men characters in the upcoming Deadpool 2-- and that's all thanks to the success of the first movie. Learn how they decided to give Ryan Reynolds a second chance as Wade Wilson, the idea behind the fourth wall breaks, all the innappropriate R-Rated moments and the paper-thin storyline with Ajax and Angel!
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Also the thing about mutations is that it makes the person more of who they are. Wade was dying from cancer plus he was funny. So the mutation gives him regeneration powers. It's like the body was protecting itself. The mutation doesn't get rid of the cancer at all though. It just kills cancer cells as fast as they're made. Also the mutation made him what they call "batshit crazy" cause he is. It also let him have the ability to break the fourth wall. But yeah. Im not explaining too good but there's not always a mutation. Not anyone can go to weapon X and be a mutant. Some people die cause they have no mutant gene. And if you do the mutation doesn't give you just any random power. It's all in the genes.
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