Deadpool himself put a bloody end to the debate about the rating of his movie. It happened in a manner characteristic of the hero during the interview of actor Ryan Reynolds to the correspondent of the JoBlo edition.
The journalist recklessly insisted that the "family" rating of PG-13 would be the best, as this would allow movieing several sequels and releasing lines of toys. Reynolds tried to discreetly disagree, but Deadpool, who appeared in the frame, stopped the interview with a studio spotlight.
Let us remind you that the plot of the future picture was announced earlier. "Former operative Wade Wilson is transformed into an inhuman mercenary as a result of an inhuman experiment in the X-Men program. Armed with his deadly skills and a peculiar black humor, he intends to hunt down the man who ruined his life."
Filming will take place in Ryan Reynolds' hometown of Vancouver under the direction of director Tim Miller. In addition to the leading actor, the movie will feature Morena Baccarin, TJ Miller, Gina Carano and other actors. The premiere will take place on February 12, 2016.
Deadpool, or the Chatty Mercenary, debuted in comics in 1991 and quickly became one of the most popular heroes in the X-Men universe.
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