Watch: Deadpool Has a Profanity-Laden Message for Sao Paulo Comic-Con Fans

     November 24, 2015

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It is now abundantly clear that Ryan Reynolds is loving being Deadpool. The R-rated comic-book adaptation wrapped some time ago, but Reynolds kept a costume and has been sharing regular (and entertaining) updates on social media, including a Trick-r-Treating adventure in full costume. Now Reynolds has recorded a message to fans attending Comic Con Experience Sao Paulo in Brazil, and it’s yet another charming dispatch from the foul-mouthed character.

There will be a Deadpool panel at Sao Paulo Comic Con Experience on December 4th, so this is the event that Reynolds is touting, but he does so in a very Deadpool-esque way. In our recent interview with Simon Kinberg, the producer heaped effusive praise on Reynolds’ enthusiasm and affirmed that the actor was born to play this character. It’s great to see an actor having so much fun with a role (and let’s be honest, he is pitch perfect), so here’s hoping there’s plenty more Deadpool beyond just this first movie.


Watch Reynolds’ message below, followed by an exclusive poster created by Frank Miller and Alex Sinclair of Dark Knight III’s Wonder Woman. CCXP Comic Con Experience runs from December 3-6th in Brazil.

Here’s more on Sao Paulo Comic Con Experience:

In it’s second edition, CCXP Comic Con Experience is set to gather over 120,000 fans over 4 days to meet artists Frank MIller (guest of honor), Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, Mark Waid, Jae Lee, David Finch, Meredith Finch, Mike McKone, Amy Chu, Kevin Maguire, Esad Ribic, Fábio Moon, Gabriel Bá, Rafael Grampá, Rafael Albuquerque, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Eddy Barrows, Mike Deodato Jr and dozens more. The show’s artists’ alley will receive over 265 artists. Media guests include Evangeline Lilly, Misha Collins, John Rhys-Davis, Krysten Ritter and many more yet to be announced. Disney, Warner, Netflix, Sony and many other companies will be at the show presenting new releases and other attractions both in the massive 2,350 seats Cinemark Auditorium and in their own booths.

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