Deadpool crashes "Late Show", trash-talks Trump

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Ryan Reynolds has joked putting children into the showbiz world is like "child abuse".

Over the last few weeks, Ryan Reynolds has been doing some very amusing things to promote the film, including dissing Australia and singing on Korean TV in a unicorn mask but today, he's revealed that filming Deadpool 2 wasn't always amusing for everyone. The answers from people in the know may surprise you. "I could never love anything as much as I love you".

Whether Jackman can be persuaded to return to the role before the rights revert back to Marvel through the Disney acquisition remains to be seen, but it would seem to be unlikely at this point.

I see it being a real ensemble on a lot of levels just because I think it's interesting for Deadpool to kinda function in the way he does in his own universe. If they'd told the story using fewer characters but given each of them the time they deserved, it might have made for a more effective experience. "And like the rich man's version of my most recent turd". "And it was really amusing, man", he recalled, going on to add that he is a fan of the 2009 romantic comedy called The Proposal that Ryan starred in alongside Sandra Bullock.

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"Oh really, you think you can both stand and read jokes?"

Deadpool went on to call Colbert "Jimmy", a nod to the other late-night hosts, before delivering the remainder of Colbert's monologue himself. The administration is still dealing with the fallout from trump announcing that the USA will be pulling out of the Iran deal. "It's Trump's biggest pulling out blunder since Eric", Deadpool says in the clip. He also addressed Trump's Twitter rant on White House leaks by saying, "We all know Trump prefers his leaks in Russian hotel rooms". "Because the president watched two Russian prostitutes urinate on a hotel mattress?" So here's hoping we do get to continue witnessing the expansion of this franchise. It is a darker movie than the last one, at times asking you to take things seriously.

Sure, he may be sharing screen time with more mutant cohorts, but Ryan is still their leader, and the laugh-out-loud one-liners come fast and furious.

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