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“He was a last-minute addition to Wolverine, so I had to gain muscle quickly.
I was eating, like, live children as they passed in order to bulk up.” Nowadays, Reynolds says his training is more functional and less aesthetic. You want to still be able to get up after take 50 of falling off some ledge and landing on cement,” he says.
Writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have since commented on whether we can realistically expect the Australian actor to appear in a sequel. "We've come a long way from 2009, when we couldn't get the movie off the ground 'til now," Wernick tolduniverse, and again, Ryan's making a hard push to make that happen, and hopefully the public gets behind it and we can all convince Hugh to put the claws on one more time.” Talking about whether Wolverine would fit into their current plans for the franchise, Wernick said not to expect anything in the near future: “If you're looking at , there's not necessarily room for [another] team-up movie.
"I think it does create real scheduling and universe issues and something that could be ironed out, but it would need to be ironed out.
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Southern California examined 700 films released between 20 and looked at LGBT people featured onscreen as well as those featured in film production.
Out of a total of 4,610 characters in the top 100 films of 2014: 10 were gay men, four were lesbians, and five were bisexual.
It’s hardly coincidental that Reynolds' career has taken a meteoric trajectory since bulking up for .
“I’ve been a fan of Deadpool all my life, so i was gonna murder someone if it wasn’t me [who played him],” Reynolds recalls.
One of the reasons cited for Hollywood's apparent fear or reluctance to introduce more diverse characters to its screens is the risk of alienating audiences in countries where gay rights are less tolerated.Here, he played "Coach Scarboro" to Adam Sandler's "Paul Crewe".After having worked with director John Boorman in Deliverance (1972), was cast by Boorman one year later to play the lead in the science-fiction Zardoz (1974).with journalists around the world, being asked numerous times whether Hugh Jackman has been asked to reprise his X-Men role as Wolverine.Jackman previously said that Reynolds has basically been trolling him with regards coming back to the series as Jackman is retiring the role after .