Ryan Reynolds closing a deal to star in \'Deadpool\'
movie. EW has confirmed the Deadline report that Ryan Reynolds is close to signing an official deal to reprise his role as superpowered mercenary Wade Wilson. Well, “reprise.” Reynolds briefly played Wilson in the first act of
. The character reappeared in the movie’s climax, but that version of “Deadpool” only bore a vague resemblance to the comic book character—and he was also played by a heavily made-up Scott Adkins.
'X-Men' rewatch: A serious attempt to find meaning in the strangest superhero franchise
'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Oh God, let's talk about that ending
movie is supposedly more in keeping with the tone of the
comics—a tone that’s pretty well summed up in this leaked test footage, and also in this image of Deadpool speaking to the reader while carving his way out of a dinosaur’s intestine.
movie was slated for February 2016, but expect more updates on this
Jimmy Fallon\'s Entertainer of the Year portraits and HIS 2014 faves
\'Christmas Vacation\': How have cast members fared in past 25 years?
\'Peter Pan Live\' review: An agreeable evening in Neverland
\'Reign\' showrunner defends series\' most controversial scene
Emma Stone\'s Broadway debut in \'Cabaret\': EW review
Lea Seydoux: (00)7 clips from her road to \'SPECTRE\' Bond Girl
\'Vampire Diaries\'; \'Project Runway All Stars\'; \'Reign\'; \'Gracepoint\'; more TV recaps
\'Peter Pan,\' \'Lady and the Tramp,\' and a dozen more kids\' classics marred by racism
\'Sons of Anarchy\': Why I now hate Jax--and love how Kurt Sutter got me to do it
Did \'The Walking Dead\' midseason finale satisfy? 637
\'Peter Pan Live\' review: So was it really as bad as you\'d hoped?
\'Reign\' post-mortem: Showrunner defends the show\'s most controversial scene
Why I hate Jax on \'Sons of Anarchy\' and the brilliance of Kurt Sutter
Jimmy Smits \'surprised\' by Nero\'s fate on \'Sons of Anarchy\'
Exodus: Gods and Kings" /> Exodus: Gods and Kings
This Week\'s Cover: Since taking over Jay Leno\'s desk, EW\'s Entertainer of the Year, Jimmy Fallon, has boosted viewership on air and online with laughs, celebrity high jinks, and musical mayhem--and there\'s more to come in 2015
The Year of the Renaissance: From Matthew McConaughey to Reese Witherspoon to Michael Keaton, Hollywood stalwarts are finding new lifeand new accolades.
The Year TV Transformed The Way We Think: Across the country, our minds were opened to the varied experiences of transgender people thanks in part to
Chris Colfer: More Land of Stories books
\'Howard the Duck\' comic coming back: Creative team tells what\'s in store
On the Books: Google appears set to win case against Authors Guild
Ben Okri wins Bad Sex in Fiction award with \'rocket went off\' metaphor
On the Books: \'In Cold Blood\' case files to be published
On the Books: New Toni Morrison novel coming in April 2015
Lost letter that inspired \'On the Road\' discovered, will be auctioned
James Franco and Nicki Minaj take on \'Peter Pan Live\' in \'SNL\' promo
It\'s official: Benedict Cumberbatch is getting some \'Strange\'
Box office preview: \'Mockingjay\' gets more time on top
Mariah Carey\'s \'All I Want for Christmas Is You\': An Xmas cheer
Retire? Liars! 12 musical acts who said goodbye... doesn\'t mean forever
Mad Decent Boat Party photos: 4 days at sea with the Diplo-mats
DJ Khaled talks about his new hit, his new headphones, and what makes him the best
Nick Jonas to open for Iggy Azalea on tour
Lil Wayne says he\'s a \'prisoner\' of Cash Money: \'I want off this label\'
NOFX\'s Fat Mike working on punk musical \'Home Street Home\'
\'Sons of Anarchy\': Why I hate Jax/love how Kurt Sutter did it
Kathy Bates talks this week\'s shocking \'AHS: Freak Show\' twist