MTV News caught up with Ryan Reynolds to talk about his career, which soared during the last year. "It's been probably the most unbelievable year of my life," he said. "The fact that 'Green Lantern' is something that's about to get going full-steam pretty soon, and then there is 'Deadpool' on the horizon as well. If you asked me if this would be happening three years ago, I would have kick-f*cked you back to where you were from."
Reynolds was asked if he was happy with how Wade Wilson and Deadpool turned out in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." "Yeah, I think the initial moment of the sequences that involve Wade, I think it did," he replied. "I really wanted to play Wade, and I really wanted to play Deadpool, and it would kill me to see someone else play them. I thought it was a nice little wink and tip of the hat to things to come. Finding the tone of that character alone is such a difficult prospect."
He continued: "I've been in so many meetings lately about 'Deadpool' and meeting all these writers. Everyone is always looking for that one line, 'What is that character?' and for me it's kind of like, 'There's a guy, and he's in a highly militarized comedic fame spiral.' That's not an easy thing to write -- an entire screenplay, let alone a franchise."
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