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Did you ever wonder what in the world the studio was thinking when they created Deadpool for X-Men Origins: Wolverine? So were we! So we stepped into the pitch meeting that started it all, and broke down the entire thought process behind the movie to answer all the questions we know you've been asking yourselves for years.
How does Deadpool bend his arms with two giant swords embedded in them? What is Wolverine's relationship with Striker and why did he allow him to experiment on him with adamantium? And perhaps most importantly, where did Wolverine get that TIGHT leather jacket?!
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Still can’t forget the special features on X-men origins wolverine. All the people working on it were so pumped for Deadpool and thought they were making him so awesome!!! I hope none of them still work on comic book movies!!!
Still so funny to remember a car wreck waiting to happen and people excited about it
5:52 So Fox Screwed up Deadpool but then years later Fox made the Best Deadpool they talk about the mistakes like if it was Spiderman being Horrible in Sony but amazing in Marvel but Seriously this is the same Company
Even though the movie sucked that opening montage and theme was fantastic. The only thing that could have made it better was if they could have put a nod to Captain America in there. Too bad Marvel didn’t have the rights
The sad thing is that because of the way the brain stores memories Styker’s plan to erase Wolverine’s memory was actually viable. It was also so badly explained that in a movie where a character called “the merc with the mouth” had his mouth down shut that was the stupidest thing to happen.
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