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DEADPOOL

OH MY GOD.  How perfect is this? 

Sadly, not part of a real movie yet, but all they need is floating yellow captions randomly popping up and it’s 100% perfect to what I would have pictured in the movie version of Deadpool.  Only real problem being that Ryan Reynolds might not like being basically anonymous through the whole thing, but they nailed it with this regardless 

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  1. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 29, 2014 at 11:19 PM

    Well, no one's been pushing this project harder than Reynolds (who felt he got hosed in "X-Men Origins), so I'm sure he won't mind. The only thing is the property is incredibly niche for film; best prospect is that it does Kick-Ass levels of $40m-ish Stateside, so a studio is gonna really have to be cost-efficient to make it, and I think the lack of a high ceiling for a Deadpool movie no matter how cool is what's keeping production from seeing the light of day.

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  2. "Liz, talk some sense into him!"
    :Beltshot:

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  3. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 29, 2014 at 11:38 PM

    ...to the All-Star game, where he'll be for years to come.


    *flips bat into oblivion*

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  4. So what's the real story behind that horrific Wolverine: Origins 3rd act?


    I know in Hollywood you fail up,but there had to have been some sabotage going on right? Or were they really that clueless?

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  5. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 29, 2014 at 11:40 PM

    One of the best around. Wonderful dialogue/cinematography and feverish way of directing. Almost every film he does is just incredibly good.

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  6. He should be sent back to the dugout like he was when he just Ked.


    It wouldn't be a Braves Dodgers game unless the Dodgers hit a HR late.

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  7. Nine thumbs up.

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  8. Unsurprisingly, RAWs rating plummeted during the third hour last night. First hour was 4.3 million, second hour was 4.5 million, and third hour was 4.0.

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  9. You know what this means!


    http://tinypic.com/r/10qbedw/8

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  10. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 12:37 AM

    Longest Cubs game in history ends with a position player getting the pitching win and scoring the game-winning run. Baseball is wonderful.

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  11. Hey, if Ryan Reynolds won't take the payday, the studio could always just get some random stuntman under the mask and dub Nolan North's voice over him. It'd probably be a much cheaper option for the studio, too.

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  12. Wow, that actually looks like a real argument between men and not the usual "You talk, I talk" shit.

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  13. Adam "Colorado" CurryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:31 AM

    I have no fucking clue what any of you guys are talking about.

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  14. Adam "Colorado" CurryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:32 AM

    But the Cubs suck.

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  15. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:36 AM

    Test footage pitch for a Deadpool movie with Ryan Reynolds.

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  16. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:37 AM

    It wouldn't be baseball without it.

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  17. TM CooltrainerBretJuly 30, 2014 at 1:39 AM

    Clearly it was the overload of views from rspwfaq.

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  18. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:39 AM

    For the rare times it's happened since, WWE.com usually reports so-and-so received a $X amount fine for striking an opponent in the head with a chair, so I guess it's kayfab'd in.

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  19. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:42 AM

    My retort is usually "Why do you keep asking me? You know if you ask me, I'm going to say Del Taco, and you don't like Del Taco, so we're just wasting time."

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  20. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:43 AM

    He's so jazzed by the deal after being trade bait, he's decided to hit home runs this year.

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  21. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:45 AM

    The only ep I've seen of DeGrassi was this nerd slapping around his chubby girlfriend after they got together. According to my then-gf, that was the stuff that eventually led to the kid putting Drake in a wheelchair then killing himself. Was that right?

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  22. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:47 AM

    Protip: GET UP ON THE HYDRA'S BACK

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  23. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:47 AM

    Me too, I'm so happy to be rid of that shit.

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  24. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:55 AM

    I think I was over roommates either


    A) when a roommate and his gf had sex while I was (then) sleeping, with our beds (freshman dorms) being close enough that his bedposts were hitting mine,


    B) when my female roommate nearly got us evicted because she decided to have anal sex with her bf on our porch in full view of the neighboring apartments, then had sex on my futon where the dude jizzed all over it (the futon is green) and neither of them cleaned after themselves (oddly enough, we worked past that -- in retrospect, she was going through a lot of personal shit and owned up to being a terrible roommate -- and we're really close friends now)


    or C) when a roommate, who turned out to be a drug addict, stole my Wii and mountain bike and a bunch of other shit. Thankfully, I keep the serial codes of all my pricey stuff, so it got a hit at a local pawn shop when they ran it through the police scanner (that got him arrested) and his dad recovered my bike from their local bike shop where the roomie tried to flip it for cash. The dad was nice enough to comp me for all my property, let me keep the deposit after he was evicted, and threw in my roommate's couch for good measure.


    But yeah, I'm happy to be on my own for the last several years.

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  25. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 30, 2014 at 1:58 AM

    Coach K always goes guard-heavy. That's why Duke gets ousted in the tourneys early, because any team with big men worth their salt can just bully them inside. As a Duke fan, this frustrates me to no end.

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  26. Adam "Colorado" CurryJuly 30, 2014 at 2:28 AM

    What the fuck is Deadpool? Sounds like a metal band.

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  28. Well Scott, Karl Urban didn't mind being helmeted for the whole of Dredd, and Hugo Weaving thankfully stayed masked for the whole of V for Vendetta, too, so if Reynolds truly loves the character (and I believe he does) then he might be ok with it...

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  29. Adam "Colorado" CurryJuly 30, 2014 at 2:44 AM

    I hope no one ever loves you and you die alone.

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  30. VadersBuffetShitJuly 30, 2014 at 3:01 AM

    Never heard of him but I'm guessing this is yet another superhero movie??

    Please, no...

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  31. You can still see it here:

    http://nerdrepository.com/deadpool-test-footage-official-release/

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  32. Look at this guy.

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  33. Can't get much more perfect than "Sorry this video does not exist."

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  34. That was epic. I have hope for this project.

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  35. If they would bring it back, it would sure sell more than the other 6 belts they had since 98 combined.

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  36. I know I'm shocked. This is exactly what I was saying yesterday. Those "casual" fans they care about so much aren't sticking around for the "Authority-figure bitching at the #5 diva" segment. Why the hell should they care about that?

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  37. Still a better poster than Abeyance...

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  38. Rey Park. He has made a career out of doing an awesome job in movies where we didn't see much or any of his face and never hear his voice.

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  39. I have never understood why Deadpool is such a popular character.

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  40. you beat me to it. Ray Park is perfect casting.

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  41. Holy shit, I always ask the same thing.


    How did he become a cash cow for Marvel?



    Where did it go right? Cuz Liefeld sucks.


    Was it the Joe Kelly run?

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  42. Did anyone like the Deadpool video game?

    I thought it was terrible. I could never get into it.

    2nd-3rd level and I'm just over it.

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  43. He's always been some one I admire. I studied the same form of Kung Fu that he did for 5 years and I liked being able to pick out the things he would incorporate into his choreography. For my black sash test I was going to have to create a form (a sequence of moves) of my own and I was going to create a staff form based on his fight at the end of Phantom Menace. He is just an awesome talent... who must be an awful actor since no one will ever let him speak.

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  44. I have no idea. But to me he is just a guy in a lucha mask with some big guns. In a universe of incredibly powerful heroes/villains he should have ben killed in like 30 seconds.

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  45. Was?


    So you chose something different or just didnt go for your black sash?

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  46. Well after a while I got a job that the schedule didn't fit with the training schedule. Also my teacher was getting very old and wasn't as physically capable of teaching as he used to be so the quality of the school diminished (not putting that on him, just one of those things) so I made it to purple (which is one step removed in our system) before I couldn't go any longer. I regret not seeing it through but it is still one of the best things I have done in my life and I learned a lot... and I don't just mean how to punch and kick.

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  47. That's the thing... HE CAN'T DIE.... oooooooo

    Fucking christ. Deadpool blowing up is the thing that makes me absolutely upset with Marvel, cuz he sucks.

    Especially when they killed the Ms. Marvel push because of the Deadpool buzz.

    I mean, you have this chick that you are trying to equate and push to Wonder Woman levels of popularity so Marvel can have a big 4 (Cap/Iron Man/Thor/...Ms. Marvel). She has rich history with both the X-Men and Avengers. A whole list of rogues. A good writer. A great artist in Adriana Melo and Frank Cho doing covers.


    And you shit-can that for Deadpool covers?!?!

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  48. I am not familiar with her. Is she like female Captain Marvel?

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  49. Eat a pallet of dicks :)

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  50. They sell dicks by the pallet now?

    Has anyone told Layla? (Just in case Vinson shows up)

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  51. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonJuly 30, 2014 at 6:41 AM

    So how do they explain how Deadpool can miraculously talk? Because he couldn't at the end of the Wolverine movie.

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  52. Oh no, I respect that shit.


    I know mad people who do the martial art thing and I have watched some competitions. Cleveland has/had a famous cat by the name of Ken Furgeson who had a school for a long time. When I was younger I wanted to try it, but the family was too poor to pay the fees and what not.



    All I know is that Tae Kwon Do (sic?) is fucking fast as shit.

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  53. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonJuly 30, 2014 at 6:42 AM

    They're on back order. Someone named Dumas hordes them.

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  54. Exactly.


    She got her Kree powers from Mar-Vell but then she got them stolen by Rogue. (Avengers Annual #10)

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  55. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonJuly 30, 2014 at 6:48 AM

    I loved hearing him trying to cover for Randy and justify his behavior.

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  56. Tae Kwon Do when taught properly is an excellent art (as are most of them really) that can be very effective... but in the U.S. it has been very much... well Americanized and turned into a series of McDojo's in most cases. Teachers worry about catering to children and weak students to make money as opposed to teaching discipline and passing on an art. I was very fortunate that my teacher was an older man who was retired and financially comfortable and therefore was teaching because he wanted to be a teacher and pass on our system which is very brutal in terms of how it is taught. Our society needs more of that... we are weak physically, mentally, and spiritually (for lack of a better term) and this more than anything I have ever done teaches you the discipline you need to get through the hard parts of life.

    /soapbox

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  57. Post-credits scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onvfnqj-LbI

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  58. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonJuly 30, 2014 at 6:50 AM

    You went to Cobra Kai?

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  59. In terms of how physically demanding it was we probably trained harder than them... but we were also taught the more important parts of how to behave as a martial artist.

    #NoSellTheJoke

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  60. You know, sometimes this stuff "leaks" to gauge reactions. There is plenty of time for Fox to do this movie if they want to keep building up the X-Men universe (and after the major success of Days of Future Past, I think that's a given).

    Considering this "leaked" right after Comic-Con, I think there's a good chance it was done on purpose.

    As for Reynolds being anonymous, he doesn't exactly have much else going for him right now, right? Green Lantern and RIPD were big bombs, and he's not the big comedy name that he used to be.

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  61. Mongol Hordes them? Because now I'm just envisioning an army of dicks on horseback, with Lita giving orders to them to conquer in her name...

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  62. Uncrusimatic_Buck_NastyJuly 30, 2014 at 7:08 AM

    sam barron, i don't think your bosses at the wbj or westfair would appreciate knowing you consider 12 years a slave a comedy, or that there are sports massacres worse than the recent shootings

    i'm fucking sick of your shit; leave me the fuck alone

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  63. Guardians of the Galaxy is incredibly niche and that's set to be an absolute blockbuster.

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  64. Hey guys, just noticed that TSN2 is showing Off The Record for a few hours and it's all classic wrestler interviews. So if you're in Canada, and you have a TV near by, check it out.

    Man, I used to live when OTR would have wrestlers on. It was well before shoot interviews we popular and you got a real glimpse of many wrestlers like Bret and Mick.

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  65. Urban's Dredd movie was really good.

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  66. Stranger in the AlpsJuly 30, 2014 at 7:21 AM

    So all I see is a picture of what might possibly be the Smurf forest. Which begs the question, who would win in a real fight? Deadpool, or a horde of purple Smurfs?

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  67. THREADJACK: If you are a male between 35 and 45 in the NYC/Long Island area, you can be cast as an extra in THE NEST, featuring John Cena:
    http://www.auditionsfree.com/2014/tina-fey-movie-nest-extras-nyc/

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  68. Yeah the Rude one in the next SNME was good. Most of the Valentine matches were good. The Perfect match at WM 6 was fun. I think working with Valentine put him in a nice place as a worker. Then the accident happened.

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  69. It was fantastic. It's frustrating as hell that they can't get a studio to back them to make a sequel.

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  70. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonJuly 30, 2014 at 8:25 AM

    Lita needs no army to conquer a horde of dicks.

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  71. Unfortunately, the movie was a bomb but was a critical success and did well on DVD/VOD. But I agree. It is frustrating as heck.

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  72. It's the humour. Some of his stories were genuinely funny but then Marvel does what they usually do when they find a hot commodity: they oversaturate the market with the character by putting him in EVERYONE else's stories and that exposed Deadpool as being one-note and lame.

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  73. Agreed. Marvel doesn't really have an iconic female superhero (although Black Widow could be because of the Avengers movie).

    Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Storm, Invisible Woman...none are A-list players.

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  74. Those interviews were awesome. OTR treated wrestlers with respect like no other television show.

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  75. Purple Smurfs. Deadpool RARELY wins fights.

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  76. The game play wasnt the best. But the story and insantiy of Deadpool kept my interest in the game

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  77. I would like to see Netflix take a chance on it. They've done it with other properties that did well on DVD/VOD, and it I reckon they would do it justice. Fingers crossed.

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  78. AverageJoeEverymanJuly 30, 2014 at 9:08 AM

    DUDE! That's like not knowing who Deadshot or Squirrel Girl or Savage Dragon or Bob the Goon or Bat-Mite or Captain Carrot or Allen the Alien or Toxin are man! That's cray cray dawg.

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  79. AverageJoeEverymanJuly 30, 2014 at 9:09 AM

    now I'm Kanefused.

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  80. AverageJoeEverymanJuly 30, 2014 at 9:12 AM

    The Joe Kelly run which also brought Ed McGuiness into the spotlight was definitely the beginning. Before that he was "Kewl" with the Liefeld and X-Men ties stuff with only a couple minis over the years. When the Kelly run started he gained a footing as a real character and one that wasn't necessarily tied just to the X-Universe. Also it was great as hell.

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  81. So he's like another x man or something?

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  82. that was a half shoot hogan said savage was really pissed that day

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  83. I love the Daredevil crossover, though. Wade and Matt chasing Typhoid Mary was pretty awesome.

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  84. >"OH MY GOD. How perfect is this? "
    >"Sorry. This video does not exist."

    Eh, I've seen better.

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  85. Like I said in the other thread, I accepted him there because of the feud with Savage and also because of the rumor about him and Hogan being brothers.

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  86. I'll always remember that Mean Gene interview at Survivor Series 1989 after Hogan's match, where he asks Brutus about the No Holds Barred match, Beefcake lets out about half a syllable, and then Hogan interrupts and takes over. Then Beefcake stammers his way through about two sentences before Sherri comes in to set up the Savage/Zeus attack

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  87. Really, this is one of the best backstage segments of all time. Arguably THE best.

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  88. This 100x over.

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  89. Fun fact #1: I was there live for this show.
    Fun fact #2: They didn't play any of the backstage segments on the video monitors (of which the Bradley Center had plenty), so I didn't see any of this until I got home and watched the tape.

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