Everyone has a mother -- even Marvel's merc with a mouth.
In case you missed it, on Sunday Ryan Reynolds, who is reprising his role for the 2016 Deadpool movie, wished everyone a happy Mother's Day (or "Mamasday) with this memorable (in more ways that one) photo tweet:
Deadpool will be released February 12, 2016.
BRAD BIRD Confirms INCREDIBLES Sequel His Next Film
Tomorrowland director has previously revealed he's been writing a script for a second Incredibles film, and now in an interview with Collider he puts the long-discussed on the schedule as his next film.
“Oh yeah I have pages, a bunch of pages. I had a lot of ideas for the original Incredibles that I didn’t get a chance to use, that I like," Bird reveals. "I have ideas that I wanted to pursue a little bit and there wasn’t enough time in Incredibles. There are new ideas I have, and I think there are enough of those together to make an interesting movie. I’m just focusing on getting Tomorrowland out into the world and playing with the Incredibles sandbox again.”
Tomorrowland opens May 22, 2016.
CHARLIZE THERON and JOHN WICK Directors Pick Up Oni's THE COLDEST CITY
Deadline reports that Antony Johnston and Sam Hart's graphic novel The Coldest City has been optioned as a feature film starring Charlie Theron and directed by David Leith and Chad Stahelski (John Wick). The OGN, published in 2013 by Oni Press, follows a spy named Lorraine Broughton sent into 1989 Cold War-era Berlin to recover a lost list of all the spies working in Germany on all sides of the conflict.
Working from a script by Kurt Johnstad, The Coldest City reportedly has a $30+ million budget and will be shopping it to buyers at the annual Cannes Film Festival later this month.