Ryan Reynolds would “love” to explore Deadpool’s sexuality in future movies

In comic canon, Deadpool is pansexual

Ryan Reynolds has addressed Deadpool’s sexuality in a panel at Comic-Con, saying that he would love an opportunity to explore more LGBTQ+ relationships in his films.

In the comic book canon, Deadpool has been known to sexually fluid: having propositioned every character from Spider-Man, to Wolverine and Lady Death, herself.

At the Deadpool 2 panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego yesterday, Reynolds answered a fan question about whether we would ever see bisexual and pansexual relationships represented in a Deadpool film.


Reynolds responded: “I certainly think that this universe needs to represent and reflect the world in very real ways”.

“The great thing about ‘Deadpool’ is that we’re allowed to do things that other superhero movies don’t necessarily do. It’s something that I’d love to see more of.”

Elsewhere in the panel, as Page Six report, another fan asked: “What do you hate more? ‘Green Lantern’ or ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’?”

To which Reynolds responded: “Both were amazing experiences, and I had a ball making them … but yeah, they are both pretty bad”.


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There was, as per, some of world’s most outrageous and amazing cosplayers roaming around the convention.


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