Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by SomerSky, May 10, 2016.
Ryan Reynolds does seem like a fairly cool dude
which is terrible because he's also pretty
I hate people with perfect lives
No laughing matter
At comicon here last weekend a friend of mine was bragging that Deadpool hit on her twice and gave her his phone number. In front of her husband.
What a cuck.
i just watched deadpool this morning. fun stuff!
Loved that movie
Did the husband get upset when she swallowed?
Far from a perfect life. He had to break up with Alanis Morissette to marry Scarlet Johanson, and then had to divorce her to fuck Blake Lively
And in the middle of all that he had to sneak around and have an affair with Sandra Bullock
He's been in some truly awful movies so it's not hard to want to hate him. But he was awesome in Deadpool and the movie was great. Definitely made me like him more.
In Amsterdam I got really drunk and hit on this chick in front of her boyfriend. Yeah that was not nice of me
Look at Morena Baccarin for two seconds = cure for ED
Well, he had to bang Scarlett Johansson and that can't be easy...
The chick with short hair (Negasonic Warhead girl) is actually a fucking babe without the Sinead O'connor haircut.
I didn't like Deadpool, I don't get the love and admiration that everyone else seems to have for it.
BTW, early reviews are coming in for X-Men Apocalypse, and they are not particularly kind. 47% fresh/53% rotten on RT
never been fan of Ryan Reynolds, he mostly plays the good looking, funny, wise ass character. Besides the good looks, Deadpool from the comics also has the same personality as the character's Ryan Reynolds plays.
Reason he is perfectly made to play Deadpool.
And this commercial is marketing genius, so, Deadpool. And Deapool movie rocked
When I was a kid reading X-Force in the early 90's Deadpool was a villain. There was a big trend of turning villains into heroes at that time (Venom, Magneto, Sabretooth). Deadpool's conversion just stuck
Fuck the critics. Batman vs Superman got a 29% favorable rating from the snobs with fancy Film School degrees but 74% favorable from moviegoers.