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Seller: mrsoundtrack (138) 100%, Location: CANARIAS, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 173874007041 Película Blu-Ray + 4K UHD ULTRA HDComercializada en España Nuevo y precintado NEW AND SEALED ENVIO CERTIFICADO a través de Correos con Número de Seguimiento. PAGO: TRANSFERENCIA BANCARIA / PAYPAL Deadpool (película)DeadpoolFicha técnicaDirecciónTim MillerProducciónLauren Shuler DonnerSimon KinbergRyan ReynoldsGuionRhett ReesePaul WernickBasada enDeadpool por Fabian Nicieza y Rob LiefeldMúsicaJunkie XLFotografíaKen SengMontajeJulian ClarkeProtagonistasRyan Reynolds Morena Baccarin Ed Skrein T. J. Miller Gina Carano Leslie Uggams Brianna Hildebrand Stefan KapičićVer todos los créditos (IMDb)Datos y cifrasPaís(es)Estados UnidosAño2016Estreno12 de febrero de 2016GéneroAcción Superhéroes Ciencia ficción ComediaDuración109.0 minutosClasificaciónVer lista[mostrar]Idioma(s)InglésCompañíasProductora20th Century Fox Marvel Entertainment Kinberg Genre The Donners' Company TSG EntertainmentDistribución20th Century FoxPresupuesto58 000 000 USD1Recaudación782 698 474 USD2Películas de X-MenX-Men: Days of Future PastDeadpoolX-Men: ApocalypseDeadpoolDeadpoolDeadpool 2 (2018)Ficha en IMDb Ficha en FilmAffinity[editar datos en Wikidata]Deadpool es una película de superhéroes estadounidense basada en el personaje de Marvel Comics del mismo nombre y dirigida por Tim Miller. La película es un Spin-off derivado de los X-Men protagonizada por Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T. J. Miller, Gina Carano, Leslie Uggams, Brianna Hildebrand y Stefan Kapičić. En Deadpool, después de ser sometido a un experimento que deja a Wade Wilson con nuevas habilidades y con un retorcido sentido del humor, Wilson persigue al hombre que casi destrozó su vida. La película se estrenó en IMAX.En febrero de 2004, el desarrollo de la película comenzó con New Line Cinema. Sin embargo, en marzo de 2005, New Line Cinema puso la película en cambio y 20th Century Fox se interesó. En mayo de 2009, 20th Century Fox prestó la película a los escritores, y en abril de 2011, Miller fue contratado para dirigirla. La fotografía principal comenzó en Vancouver, Canadá en marzo de 2015. Reparto[editar]Ryan Reynolds como Wade Wilson/Deadpool.Morena Baccarin como Vanessa Carlysle/Copycat.Ed Skrein como Francis/Ajax.Gina Carano como Christine/Angel Dust.T. J. Miller como Jack Hammer/Comadreja.Brianna Hildebrand como Ellie Hiciste/Negasonic.Stefan Kapicic como Piotr Rasputin/Coloso (Andre Tricoteux en la captura de movimiento).Leslie Uggams como Blind Al.Casting[editar]En diciembre de 2014, Reynolds fue confirmado en el papel de Wade Wilson/Deadpool. En enero de 2015, TJ Miller y Ed Skrein estaban en conversaciones para aparecer en la película. En febrero de 2015, Miller y Morena Baccarin fueron contratados para aparecer en la película en papeles no especificados, y Gina Carano como Angel Dust. Taylor Schilling, Crystal Reed, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Sarah Greene y Jessica De Gouw también fueron consideradas para el papel de Baccarin. En marzo, Miller reveló su papel en la película como la comadreja, mientras Baccarin se reveló como Vanessa Carlysle y Brianna Hildebrand fue contratada para interpretar a Negasonic. En abril, se reveló el papel de Skrein como Ajax (Francis).Producción[editar]A principios del 2014, Ryan Reynolds junto a otro grupo de personas realizaron un corto animado en el que Reynolds grabó la voz del personaje, en este se podía ver a Deadpool dibujando mientras cantaba, posteriormente detenía lo que parecía ser una operación criminal. Este corto fue enviado a 20th Century Fox, para que pudieran plantearse lo que sería la película, sin embargo, este fue rechazado. Luego de un tiempo, el video fue filtrado en Internet. Al verlo, muchos fans de Deadpool, buscaron que se lograra la realización del filme, tanto impactó esta campaña que luego de un tiempo la película de Deadpool fue confirmada, e incluso parte de las escenas del corto fueron incluidas en la película. El 15 de febrero de 2015 se filtraron imágenes de Ryan Reynolds como Deadpool, Reynolds dijo que agradecía mucho a quien las filtró y que si lo tuviera delante lo besaría (en una entrevista). En las imágenes se apreciaba a Deadpool en un puente junto a Coloso. Debido a esto se podría deducir que la producción duró poco más de un año. Posteriormente, el 1 de abril de 2015, Reynolds confirmó que la película tendría una calificación R en lugar de PG-13. En el mismo mes, Ed Skrein confirmó que el interpretaría a Francis/Ajax en la película.Desarrollo[editar]La fotografía principal comenzó el 23 de marzo de 2015 en Vancouver, Columbia Británica, Canadá. El rodaje fue programado para llevarse a cabo en el Georgia Viaducto en Vancouver el 6 de abril de 2015. El 29 de mayo de 2015, Reynolds reveló que el rodaje se había completado. Los escritores Rhett Reese y Paul Wernick revelaron que 20th Century Fox no aprobó pagar porque estuvieran en el set afinando el guión, Ryan Reynolds sintió que era necesario y les pagó de su propio dinero3 .Estreno[editar]El 11 de febrero de 2016 en LatinoaméricaEl 12 de febrero de 2016 en Estados UnidosEl 19 de febrero de 2016 en EuropaSorpresa[editar]Ryan Reynolds sorprendió a fanáticos en 2016 cuando un grupo de personas fueron a un avant premier de la película. De hecho, el actor publicó en su página de Instagram una imagen con los espectadores.4 5Recepción[editar]Taquilla[editar]La película recaudó $132.434.639 en su primer fin de semana en Estados Unidos y $132.276.722 en otros territorios para un total de $264.711.361 mundialmente.Hasta el 2 de julio del 2016, la película ha recaudado $363.070.709 en la taquilla estadounidense y $417.508.664 en la taquilla extranjera, recaudando así un total de $780.579.373, situándose en el puesto #31 y #62 de las películas más taquilleras de Estados Unidos y del mundo respectivamente.Es actualmente la quinta película más taquillera del 2016. Además es la película con mayor recaudacion de la saga de X-men.La película también logró situarse como la película de clasificación R (para mayores de 18 años) mas taquillera en la historia del cine, sobrepasando así a The Matrix Reloaded que había recaudado 742 millones de dolares.Crítica[editar]Deadpool ha recibido críticas positivas de parte de la crítica y de la audiencia. En el portal de internet Rotten Tomatoes, la película tiene una calificación de 83%, basada en 251 reseñas, con una puntuación de 6.9/10 por parte de la crítica, mientras que la audiencia le ha dado una calificación de 92%, basada en más de 151.000 usuarios, con una puntuación de 4.4/5. La página Metacritic le ha dado a la película una puntuación de 65 de 100, basada en 49 críticas, indicando "reseñas generalmente favorables". Las audiencias de CinemaScore le dieron al filme una puntuación de "A" en una escala de A+ a F, mientras que en el sitio IMDB los usuarios le han dado una puntuación de 8.2/10, con base en más de 361.000 votos.Premios[editar]AñoPremioCategoríaReceptorResultadoÁrbitro2016MTV Movie AwardsMejor películaDeadpoolNominada6Mejor interpretación masculinaRyan ReynoldsNominadoMejor actuación de comediaRyan ReynoldsGanadorMejor actor de acciónRyan ReynoldsNominadoMejor interpretación femeninaMorena BaccarinNominadaMejor besoMorena Baccarin & Ryan ReynoldsNominadosMejor villanoEd SkreinNominadoMejor peleaRyan Reynolds vs. Ed SkreinGanadoresTeen Choice AwardsPelicula Elegida: AcciónDeadpoolGanador7 8Actor Elegido: AcciónRyan ReynoldsNominadoActriz Elegida: AcciónMorena BaccarinNominadoPelícula Elegida: VillanoEd SkreinNominadaPelícula Elegida: BerrincheRyan ReynoldsGanadorPelícula Elegida: Estrella RevelaciónBrianna HildebrandNominadaImagen Foundation AwardsMejor Actriz - PeliculaMorena BaccarinNominadaConexión cronológica entre Deadpool y las películas de los X-Men[editar]En 2009, Fox estrenó la película X-Men Origins: Wolverine en donde aparece Deadpool como uno de los enemigos principales, protagonizado por Ryan Reynolds, aunque aquel Deadpool no fue fiel al cómic y no gustó a los fans. Posteriormente, gracias al estreno de X-Men: días del futuro pasado, muchos acontecimientos de películas anteriores de los X-Men fueron afectados y cambiados por la consecuencia de los viajes en el tiempo que se hacían en esta película, donde afectó también al Deadpool de X-Men orígenes Wolverine de 2009 y a la película Deadpool estrenada en 2016, por lo cuál este último Deadpool de 2016 tuvo un origen y una historia diferente, más fiel al cómic y mucho más aceptada por los fans, protagonizada una vez más por Ryan Reynolds. Deadpool (film) DeadpoolTheatrical release posterDirected byTim MillerProduced bySimon KinbergRyan ReynoldsLauren Shuler DonnerWritten byRhett ReesePaul WernickBased onDeadpool by Fabian Nicieza Rob LiefeldStarringRyan ReynoldsMorena BaccarinEd SkreinT.J. MillerGina CaranoLeslie UggamsBrianna HildebrandStefan KapičićMusic byTom HolkenborgCinematographyKen SengEdited byJulian ClarkeProduction companiesMarvel EntertainmentKinberg GenreThe Donners' CompanyTSG EntertainmentDistributed by20th Century FoxRelease datesFebruary 8, 2016(Le Grand Rex)February 12, 2016(United States)Running time108 minutes[1]CountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglishBudget$58 million[2][3]Box office$782.6 million[4]Deadpool is a 2016 American black comedy superhero film directed by Tim Miller and written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It is the eighth installment in the X-Men film series, and stars Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Leslie Uggams, Brianna Hildebrand, and Stefan Kapičić. In Deadpool, antihero Wade Wilson (Deadpool) hunts the man who nearly destroyed his life while also trying to reunite with his lost love.Development began in February 2004 with New Line Cinema, but put the film in turnaround in March 2005, with 20th Century Fox buying the rights. In May 2009, after Reynolds portrayed the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Fox lent the film to writers, and Miller was hired for his directorial debut in April 2011. Enthusiastic acclaim from leaked CGI test footage by Miller in July 2014 led to Fox greenlighting the film in September. Additional casting began in early 2015, and principal photography commenced in Vancouverfrom March to May.Deadpool premiered in Paris on February 8, 2016, and was released on February 12 in the United States in IMAX, DLP, D-Box and premium large format. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised its style, faithful depiction of the titular character as well as Reynolds' performance, action, stunts and Tom Holkenborg's score, but criticizing its formulaic plot and violence. The film was a massive blockbuster success, grossing over $782 million worldwide and breaking numerous box office records, becoming the seventh highest-grossing film of 2016, the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time when unadjusted for inflation, and the highest-grossing X-Men film. Shortly after its success, a sequel was greenlit by Fox. Plot[edit]Wade Wilson, a former special forces operative working as a mercenary, meets an escort named Vanessa at a local bar, and their one-night stand becomes a relationship. A year later, Wilson proposes to her, but he is then diagnosed with liver, lung, prostate and brain cancer. Despite Vanessa's love, he detests the thought of her watching him waste away, and he leaves her in the middle of the night.A recruiter from a covert organization approaches Wilson and promises him abilities that will cure his cancer. Wilson reluctantly agrees. He is taken to a remote laboratory where he meets Ajax and Angel Dust, and instantly resents them. Ajax injects a mutation-activating serum into Wilson and subjects him to daily torture to activate it. When Wilson's body fails to respond, Ajax asphyxiates him in an oxygen chamber, developing an accelerated healing factor that cures him but leaves him disfigured. Wilson finds a way to destroy the lab and escapes his confines. He battles Ajax, but relents when Ajax promises a cure. Ajax then impales him with rebar and leaves him for dead.Wilson survives and attempts to return to Vanessa, but is afraid of her reaction to his disfigurement. After consulting his best friend Weasel, Wilson begins the task of tracking down Ajax to get the cure. He becomes a masked vigilante, adopts the alter ego "Deadpool", and resides with an elderly blind woman, Al. Following a string of leads, Deadpool tracks Ajax to a convoy on an expressway. He executes the numerous convoy guards, subdues Ajax, and demands the cure. He is interrupted by Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead. They try to convince him to join the X-Men, and Ajax escapes. They attach a restraint to Deadpool, but he frees himself by severing his own hand, which regenerates overnight.Ajax and Angel Dust go to Weasel's bar and learn about Vanessa. Weasel warns Deadpool that she is in danger, and they go to the strip club where she works to warn her, but Deadpool hesitates. Ajax and Angel Dust abduct Vanessa and tell Deadpool to meet them at a decommissioned helicarrier in a scrapyard. Deadpool persuades Colossus and Negasonic to help him rescue Vanessa. They travel to the scrapyard and battle Ajax, Angel Dust and their team of mercenaries. As Colossus and Negasonic fight Angel Dust, Deadpool kills most of the mercenaries and engages Ajax in a hand-to-hand combat atop the helicarrier. Negasonic accidentally destroys the equipment stabilizing the helicarrier, tipping it and scattering Ajax and Deadpool. As Colossus carries Negasonic and Angel to safety, Deadpool saves Vanessa and injures Ajax. When Deadpool demands his cure, Ajax laughs and reveals there is none. Despite Colossus's pleas to spare him, Deadpool shoots Ajax dead, much to Colossus' disgust. Vanessa is initially angry with Wade for abandoning her, but they reconcile and kiss after she learns why he did not return sooner.In a post-credits scene, Deadpool tells the audience that the film is over and announces a sequel featuring Cable.Cast[edit](L-R) Tim Miller, Reynolds, Baccarin, T. J. Miller, Hildebrand, Skrein, and Carano speaking at the 2015 San Diego Comic-ConRyan Reynolds as Wade Wilson / Deadpool, a wisecracking mercenary who is subjected to an experimental regenerative mutation to cure his cancer, which gives him accelerated healing superpowers but severely scars his body. Reynolds called this version of Deadpool more "authentic" and closer to the comic version than his X-Men Origins: Wolverine version,[5][6] saying that this Deadpool "takes nothing seriously."[7] Like his comic book counterpart, Deadpool frequently breaks the fourth wall, addressing the audience, commenting about the film's production, and referring to other Marvel films.Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, an escort and Wilson's girlfriend.[8][9] Baccarin described her as "scrappy, she's not worried about her hair and her nails or messing around. She gets down and dirty and she's not a victim, she's not a damsel in distress."Ed Skrein as Francis Freeman / Ajax, an artificially mutated member of Weapon X, the program that creates Deadpool.[10] Ajax is a weapons expert, with enhanced reflexes and immunity to pain.[11] According to director Tim Miller, Skrein did "80%" of his own stunts, with stunt doubles only used for rigged stunts.[12]T. J. Miller as Weasel, Wilson's best friend, the owner of a bar frequented by mercenaries.[13][14] Describing the character, T. J. Miller said that Weasel "looks like his superhero power is spilling mustard on his shirt. Or who was bitten by a radioactive spider as a child". He initially attempted to give the character a facial tic, but Tim Miller rejected the idea. On casting T. J. Miller, producer Simon Kinberg explained that the film has "a main character who is so outrageous and irreverent, we needed someone who could keep up with Ryan. We knew that T.J. would bring that."[15]Gina Carano as Angel Dust, an artificially mutated member of Weapon X who possesses superhuman levels of strength, stamina and speed.[16] Carano was given "some room to play with" the characterization of Angel Dust, and said that the character "trusts Ajax with everything. She pretty much only really responds to him. He... kinda created me and showed me everything. And I do the same thing to everyone else."[17]Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, an elderly blind woman and Deadpool's roommate.[18] Uggams said that Al has "been through British Intelligence, she's done all kinds of wild and crazy things. She had sight at one time, but she lost her sight. But she's adjusted very well... She's old, but she's feisty." On Al's relationship with Deadpool, Uggams said that Al "loves being a part of" Wade's double life and "loves the danger part of him".[19]Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, a teenage X-Men trainee with the mutant power to detonate atomic bursts from her body.[20] The writers chose to use the character based on her name, and changed her abilities from telepathic and precognitive powers to "a literal warhead because we thought it was funnier." To do this, Miller obtained permission from Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.[21]Stefan Kapičić as the voice of Colossus, an X-Men member with the mutant ability to transform his entire body into organic steel. The role was originally offered to Daniel Cudmore who played the character in X2, X-Men: The Last Standand X-Men: Days of Future Past, but he declined because he did not want his voice dubbed over by a different actor performing a Russian accent, as he is portrayed in the comics.[12] Therefore, Colossus became a whole new interpretation then previously portrayed in the series, with a performance by several actors closer to the image of Colossus in the comics: Kapičić provided the voice,[22] Andre Tricoteux provided the on-set performance,[23] T. J. Storm provided the final body motion performance,[23] motion capture supervisor Greg LaSalle provided the final facial performance,[24] and Glenn Ennis was used as "the inspiration for the [character's] chiseled-jaw look".[23]Additionally, Karan Soni portrays the taxi driver Dopinder,[25] and Jed Rees portrays a Weapon X recruiter that Wade consistently refers to as "Agent Smith".[12] X-Men co-creator Stan Lee and Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld make cameo appearances as a strip club MC and a patron of Weasel's bar, respectively.[26][27] Isaac C. Singleton Jr. portrays Boothe, a tough patron at Weasel's bar. Rob Hayter briefly appears as Bob, a recurring character in Deadpool's comic appearances.[27] The film does not reference Bob's comic history as an agent of Hydra due to rights issues with Marvel Studios.[28] Nathan Fillion filmed a small, unused cameo as a man who offers Wade a napkin when Wade returns to the strip club to see Vanessa; it can be seen as "No 5 Bathroom" in the published version's deleted scenes.[29]Production[edit]Development[edit]"There's definitely a sort of overall plan that we've all been talking about for the X-Men universe now, and Deadpool obviously fits into that. So yeah, I guess I would say it's part of certainly an overall timeline and thought process that goes into these films."—Producer Simon Kinberg on Deadpool's place in the X-Men film series[30]Artisan Entertainment announced a deal with Marvel Entertainment to co-produce, finance, and distribute a film based on Deadpool in May 2000,[31] while New Line Cinema attempted to produce a Deadpool film in February 2004, with David S. Goyer working on the script and Ryan Reynolds in the title role;[32][33]Reynolds became interested in the character after discovering that Deadpool refers to his own appearance as "Ryan Reynolds crossed with a Shar-Pei" in Cable & Deadpool.[34][35] By August, Goyer lost interest in favor of other projects.[36] In March 2005, after New Line put Deadpool in turnaround, 20th Century Fox became interested in the project.[37]Fox began moving on a Deadpool spin-off early in the development of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which had Reynolds as Deadpool in its cast,[32] and after the opening weekend success of that film announced that it was lending Deadpool out to writers, with Lauren Shuler Donner producing the project.[38] Donner wanted the film to reboot the character of Deadpool, ignoring the version in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and including attributes that the character has in the comics, such as breaking the fourth wall.[39] Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were hired to write the script in January 2010,[40] and in a month an early draft leaked online,[41] garnering a positive response from fans that prompted Fox to grant a small budget for test footage.[42] Robert Rodriguez was sent another early draft of the screenplay in June 2010,[43] but negotiations fell through, and Tim Miller was eventually hired as director, in April 2011.[44] Adam Bergwas also in the running to direct at one point.[45]In July 2014, the test footage for the film, which had been created with visual effects in 2012 and starred Reynolds through motion capture, was leaked online.[46][47] Blur Studio, the company that created the test footage, subsequently released it officially.[48] The footage received an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response online,[47] and in September 2014, Fox gave Deadpool a release date of February 12, 2016.[49] Kinberg confirmed a month later that Deadpool would be part of the X-Men shared cinematic universe.[50] Over the years of development, Reese and Wernick wrote additional versions of the script, including a PG-13 version. During the writing process, both James Cameron and David Fincher read early versions of the script, and each of them went to Fox and told them they needed to greenlight the movie, helping to get it out of development hell.[51] Reese felt that ultimately, "about seventy percent" of the initial draft ended up in the final film.[52]Changes during rewrites include the removal of the Marvel characters Garrison Kane and Cannonball from the film, due to budgetary concerns over the required CGI for his cybernetic arms, and the perception of a "stupid hick character", respectively.[12] Wyre, initially an additional villain, was also cut,[53] with the three replaced by Angel Dust.[54] Plans to have the Marvel superhero Cable appear were halted when it was decided that he would work better in a potential sequel.[53]Reynolds "100 percent" attributed Fox's greenlighting of the film for production to the test footage leak, stating, after being asked who had leaked it, "I would have, if I had known it would have caused that!...Now, we get to make the movie. We don't get to make it with the budget of most superhero movies, but we get to make it the way we want to make it."[55] Reese admitted that about $7 million was deducted from the budget ostensibly last-minute, forcing further rewrites.[54] Miller, who made his directorial debut with Deadpool,[44] has been credited by both Reynolds and motion capture supervisor Greg LaSalle with making efficient use of the budget, for example waiting to work on the CGI for Colossus until after the film was edited, cutting down on the cost of post-production.[56][57] Producer Simon Kinberg was paid a $2 million salary upfront, then another $38 million after the film made $782 million worldwide.[58]Pre-production[edit]In December 2014, Reynolds was confirmed to reprise his role as Wade Wilson / Deadpool.[59] The next month, T. J. Millerand Ed Skrein were in talks to appear in the film;[60] in February 2015, Gina Carano was cast as Angel Dust, Miller was confirmed for an unspecified role, and so was Morena Baccarin.[8][16] Taylor Schilling, Crystal Reed, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Sarah Greene, and Jessica De Gouw were also considered for Baccarin's role.[61] In March, Miller's role was revealed to be Weasel,[14] while Baccarin's was revealed to be Vanessa Carlysle.[9][62] Brianna Hildebrand was cast as Negasonic Teenage Warhead,[20] and a month later Skrein revealed that he would play Ajax.[11] Leslie Uggams revealed she would portray Blind Al in July,[18] and Tim Miller revealed that Jed Rees would portray the Recruiter in August.[12] Stefan Kapičićvoiced Colossus,[22] replacing Daniel Cudmore, who played the character in previous X-Men films. Cudmore was asked to return for Deadpool, but declined as his voice was always intended to be replaced.[12][63]Talking about the make-up used to depict the scarring on Wilson's body, Tim Miller said, "There was some discussion about how horrible we could make it, and I firmly planted my flag in 'fucking horrible', because if it isn't, nobody's going to excuse him for being such a dick and being so angry. If it's just a few scars we're not going to have any sympathy for him. To Fox's credit they were like, 'Go for it.' But that said, we didn't want to make him a zombie, which some of the comics go pretty far with. I'm all for authenticity but you can't have a main character who's leaking pus. You don't want to see inside his mouth when he's chewing, that's a bridge too far. I think he looks suitably hideous. And that's not the only stage of the make-up: when we first see him in the workshop it's pretty raw." Elaborating on the initial make-up scene in the workshop, Miller stated that it took 6 hours to apply Reynolds' full-body make-up.[12] Also, visual effects supervisor Jonathan Rothbart discussed the practical costume created for Deadpool, noting that it was difficult to replicate later in CGI for the visual effects: "The costume is made of this mesh so all the dirt would get into the gutters and the cracks and crevices of the costume. Then all the ridges of the mesh would stay nice and clean, so anytime sun would be on it and the light hits it, it still takes that orangey hue but as soon as it goes in the shadow it dropped to this more blueish of the dirt."[23]Filming[edit]Martial artist Philip J. Silvera in costume on the set of Deadpool in Vancouver, April 2015.[64]Principal photography commenced on March 23, 2015, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,[65] and ended on May 29, 2015.[66] Ken Seng served as director of photography on the film, while Robert Alonzo and Philip J. Silvera were the stunt coordinators.[23] The production hired over 2,000 local people as actors, extras, and crew members.[67] Reynolds stated that inspiration for the fight between Deadpool and Ajax in the latter's laboratory came from the sauna showdown in David Cronenberg's Eastern Promises.[68]Post-production[edit]Visual effects for Deadpool were produced by Digital Domain, Atomic Fiction, Blur Studio, Weta Digital, Rodeo FX, Luma Pictures, and Image Engine, with many of the effects tools provided from Adobe Systems. While the vendors mostly worked on individual areas of the film, there was some collaboration, particularly in the final battle sequence which takes place in the wreckage of an aircraft carrier, and in which Luma created the climactic fight between Deadpool and Ajax; Digital Domain created the majority of the Colossus effects, except for when he is damaged later on, for which he was created by Blur Studio; Digital Domain also created the effects for Negasonic Teenage Warhead's abilities as well as parts of the deck of the aircraft carrier; Rodeo contributed matte paintingsfor the background; and Weta provided the facial animation for Deadpool. Additionally, when Deadpool is stabbed in the head during the fight and hallucinates "cartoon characters that dance around his face", Miller found a "French animation artist who had a unique style and did all the 2D work" which the visual effects team then composited into the shots.[23] The aircraft carrier was designed as a "helicarrier", though it is not named as such in the film due to rights issues with Marvel Studios.[69][70]For the earlier freeway battle, expanded from the similar sequence in the test footage, Atomic Fiction created a freeway environment with a city backdrop, based on plates shot in Detroit, along with all the vehicles, with vehicle interiors and some character actions filmed on a greenscreen stage. Elements of Chicago and Vancouver were also included in the city environment, while some of the live-action stunts filmed for the sequence include a stuntman lying on a treadmill to simulate being dragged by a vehicle, and stuntmen riding greenscreen rigs to simulate the riding of motorcycles. For the film's opening title sequence, Blur Studio used assets from Atomic to create "a constant pullback inside the car that reveals all the thugs Deadpool is fighting, and he's pulling a wedgie on one of the guys, putting his fingers into the eyes of another dude." The sequence is described as an "85 second full CG frozen moment mid-freeway crash that's populated with such titles as 'Directed by an overpaid tool' and 'Produced by asshats'".[23]Top: Colossus actor on-set in Vancouver wearing a gray tracking suit. Bottom: Final shot of Colossus with CGeffects by Digital Domain.Concerning Colossus, Miller felt, as a fan of the comic's character, said that the "dude with the shiny skin" from the previous X-Men films was "not fucking Colossus...He should be this monstrous guy, and they actually let me ['change the look of him' and] make him seven-and-a-half feet tall."[12] Digital Domain ultimately created the completely CGI character using the facial performance of motion capture supervisor Greg LaSalle and the body motion performance of T. J. Storm, replacing on-set performer Andre Tricoteux, who often "wore platform shoes or an extra hat-piece or be on a platform to be even taller" meaning "he couldn't move too athletically", especially during fight sequences. For the character's metallic finish, the visual effects team sought out specific reference to avoid making him look too "chromey", visiting a metal company with "a whole bunch of different samples of different types of steels." Cold rolled steel was settled on as the primary look, with the much darker hot rolled steel chosen for his hair. To keep Colossus's ridges and lines always perfectly straight, as in the comic books, the animators were able to move them rather than have them 'locked' to the animated model, which was causing them to "get all squiggly and strange" as the character moved. Digital Domain's Colossus asset was also used by Blur Studio, who created the character for a scene in which he is in a cab as well as providing the damaged version of the character for the final battle sequence.[23]Rather than animate every shot of Deadpool to show the character "emoting", deemed necessary due to the amount of Reynolds' emotion coming through the bottom of the Deadpool mask while a "solid shell" was formed from the upper lip up (an effect described as 'chinwagging'), which would not have been feasible considering the film's budget, Weta Digital instead warped each shot of Deadpool based on facial references provided by Reynolds, which was called an "ingenious 2D-ish solution". Image Engine used a similar process for the film's promotional materials. For the character's initial transformation, where a "horrifying skin scar effect" is used, Rodeo FX referenced rotting fruit and maggot-eaten meat. Rodeo also augmented the practical fire and environment used in the sequence, with Rodeo FX visual effects supervisor Wayne Brinton noting that rather than just layering on more fire as the scene goes along, the vendor made more things burn, to show a progression in the burning down of the building and to avoid the fire looking "flat". Additionally, when the character rips off his burning clothes, Rodeo added a CGI penis to Reynolds, which "wasn't meant to be comedic – it was one of those things that's when it's there it looks so natural that you don't even notice it. When it wasn't there it looked really weird."[23]Deadpool relied heavily on practical, make-up, and digital effects to create its R-rated blood and gore, with Luma Pictures one of the main vendors responsible for this. Visual effects were used for the more complex blood and gore, while footage of pressurized PVC piping 'spewing out' practical blood and gore was also composited into the film for some sequences. For the scene where Deadpool cuts off his own hand, Digital Domain did not want to be "outdone" by Luma, and so had "buckets of blood pouring out". Luma also created the regrowing hand, which was based on the hand of a fetus.[23] Condition: Nuevo

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