Deadpool wasn’t just a hit, it was one of the most profitable superhero movies of all time. In its opening weekend it made more than both Man of Steel and the first Spider-Man. What is even more impressive is that it had a comparatively tiny budget.
However, although industry experts were pretty shocked by its success, I wasn’t. Ryan Reynolds in spandex? Of course it was going to be a colossal hit.
Is the super-sweary smasher going to irrevocably change the way superhero movies are planned and made in the future? Most probably. Yet this may never have been the case if a certain studio note, which requested that the film take an alternative path, had been given the green light….
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