At San Diego Comic-Con, the 41-year-old actor said the ‘Deadpool’ movies “need to represent and reflect the world in very real ways.”
That, finally, seems to be changing, as an exec has revealed that two Marvel LGBTQ characters will soon be coming to the big screen in the near future.
Even though queer fans may call for it and accept scraps, here’s why we probably won’t see any meaningful LGBT representation in blockbusters anytime soon
Before you go to brunch, learn about this week’s hottest news and entertainment include Deadpool 2’s LGBTQ character and Trump’s bad CDC pick
If, going into ‘Deadpool 2’, you’ve been asking yourself ‘Wait, who is Cable again?’ don’t worry — we’ll catch you up with everything you need to know
According to GLAAD, the appearance of a gay couple in ‘Deadpool 2’ is the first of its kind in a major superhero movie
No, that wasn’t actually Ryan Reynolds in the Céline Dion video; the Deadpool dancer was Yanis Marshall, and he’s going to be your new favorite
While the collaboration might sound like a weird pairing, you’ll see just how well they work together in this hilarious music video
Before he pops up in ‘Deadpool 2,’ take a dive into the backstory of one of our favorite ’90s mutants
Shatterstar, the bisexual and polyamorous X-Man, is going to appear in the upcoming Deadpool sequel, possibly giving the pansexual superhero a queer outlet
Many were shocked when ‘Logan’ was nominated for a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, but what does that mean for the future of comic book films?
To catch you up to speed, Trump is hurting the LGBTQ community with religious freedom (again) and Deadpool pays tribute to a “Golden Girl”