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2021-05-08 5:05:25 AM  
I should start a pitchfork and torch business.
 
2021-05-08 6:27:23 AM  
Article talked more about Mythic Quest than Deadpool 3...
 
2021-05-08 7:15:52 AM  
He's joking. Know how I know?

Because of the implication...
 
2021-05-08 9:32:44 AM  
There was an article disguised as an ad for Mythic Quest yesterday, too.

Congrats on the kickbacks.
 
2021-05-08 9:48:42 AM  

Dick Gozinya: He's joking. Know how I know?

Because of the implication...


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Dennis knows that out on a boat you wouldn't get the quote wrong.
 
2021-05-08 9:55:58 AM  
I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward
 
2021-05-08 10:02:26 AM  

thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward


Deadpool 2 was the set-up for Deadpool 3.
 
2021-05-08 10:19:16 AM  

thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward


Deadpool 2 was a cash-in on Deadpool 1, and a 'brand maintenance' movie to keep it alive for another movie.

Usually those things are complete shiat, so the fact that we got a serviceable and definitely better-than-average superhero movie out of it is kind of special, I think.  It says something for Reynolds and everyone else behind it that they managed to elevate a mostly uninspired action sequel into something you wanted to watch more than once.
 
2021-05-08 10:26:53 AM  
Awwww yeaaaahhhhh.

LETS CHOP CATS!!
 
2021-05-08 11:43:02 AM  

thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward


It brought in a great version of Cable, and was an enjoyable movie.  These aren't supposed to be an operatic story...
 
2021-05-08 11:57:41 AM  
The first one was quirky, great. Closest to a modern superhero movie to something i'd like.
The second had way too much x-men for my taste. They should have waited for the third to go that direction.
 
2021-05-08 12:51:16 PM  

Tarl3k: thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward

It brought in a great version of Cable, and was an enjoyable movie.  These aren't supposed to be an operatic story...


Plus Domino and.. a really big guy.
 
2021-05-08 1:20:00 PM  
will somehow bring Ryan Reynolds' R-rated antics into the MCU.

If they make Deadpool3 a PG-13 it's going to go over like a pregnant pole vaulter.
 
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2021-05-08 1:21:56 PM  
Honestly, I really hope if there is a 3 it's more from Deadpool's earlier comic runs, where he's attempting to be the hero, but never quite makes it.

His messiah storyline is still one of my favorites:
Not Hope Summers Messiah
 
2021-05-08 1:40:51 PM  

thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward


You missed the point.

Deadpool beat up a bunch of people, then finally got to die, and then didn't because he can't die.  Also there was a huge tribute to the Take On Me video.

I guess you'd have to have grown up in the 80s to get it.
 
2021-05-08 2:12:00 PM  

Mister Peejay: thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward

You missed the point.

Deadpool beat up a bunch of people, then finally got to die, and then didn't because he can't die.  Also there was a huge tribute to the Take On Me video.

I guess you'd have to have grown up in the 80s to get it.


I got it. I enjoyed the movie but it didn't seem like it progressed his story.the xmen bit at the end was great and so was the A-HA stuff.
 
2021-05-08 2:16:37 PM  
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2021-05-08 2:25:30 PM  
JFC, this thread...

Deadpool 2 was entertaining. I'm not sure what this stuff about "I don't think it advanced the character's narrative" is. What it did was be entertaining for roughly 2 hours - which is what a Deadpool movie should set out to accomplish.

He's the kind of character who makes dick jokes. His movie just being entertaining for two hours is plenty, it doesn't have to make you question mankind's place in the universe or something.
 
2021-05-08 2:46:42 PM  

mongbiohazard: JFC, this thread...

Deadpool 2 was entertaining. I'm not sure what this stuff about "I don't think it advanced the character's narrative" is. What it did was be entertaining for roughly 2 hours - which is what a Deadpool movie should set out to accomplish.

He's the kind of character who makes dick jokes. His movie just being entertaining for two hours is plenty, it doesn't have to make you question mankind's place in the universe or something.


This. Deadpool is there to be a kick back, relax, watch shiat blow up, and laugh at the corny jokes character who tries to be the hero but usually fails at it because, as DP himself says, he ain't no hero, except by accident and because the writers tricked him into being a hero (and DP probably wants to have a long, painful talk with those writers who keep on trying to turn him into a hero, but the writers keep on writing him out of *that* storyline for some reason).
 
2021-05-08 3:09:39 PM  
>and DP probably wants to have a long, painful talk with those writers who keep on trying to turn him into a hero, but the writers keep on writing him out of *that* storyline for some reason

"Deadpool Kills the MCU Writers" might make a nice post-credit sequence for the last Deadpool movie Reynolds intends to make.
 
2021-05-08 3:36:04 PM  

mongbiohazard: JFC, this thread...

Deadpool 2 was entertaining. I'm not sure what this stuff about "I don't think it advanced the character's narrative" is. What it did was be entertaining for roughly 2 hours - which is what a Deadpool movie should set out to accomplish.

He's the kind of character who makes dick jokes. His movie just being entertaining for two hours is plenty, it doesn't have to make you question mankind's place in the universe or something.


But what are the existential implications of *plunk* zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

Sorry I fell asleep in my Early Bird Special.
 
2021-05-08 3:40:14 PM  

Tarl3k: These aren't supposed to be an operatic story...


To the contrary, super-hero movies absolutely are supposed to be operatic stories. Have you ever actually seen an opera? They're goofy as fark, even (especially!) the dramatic ones, with overblown emotional stakes and character actions. In the modern world, the biggest difference between a superhero movie and an operatic story is that in an opera, the music has to be good, while superhero movies tend to have absolutely trash soundtracks.
 
2021-05-08 4:19:07 PM  

Imaginativescreenname: The first one was quirky, great. Closest to a modern superhero movie to something i'd like.
The second had way too much x-men for my taste. They should have waited for the third to go that direction.


x-force
 
2021-05-08 4:31:28 PM  

some_beer_drinker: x-force


Isn't that a little derivative?
 
2021-05-08 4:33:09 PM  

mongbiohazard: JFC, this thread...

Deadpool 2 was entertaining. I'm not sure what this stuff about "I don't think it advanced the character's narrative" is. What it did was be entertaining for roughly 2 hours - which is what a Deadpool movie should set out to accomplish.

He's the kind of character who makes dick jokes. His movie just being entertaining for two hours is plenty, it doesn't have to make you question mankind's place in the universe or something.


I don't get that thread of thought either, it gave him the Time Travel belt. That's like Iron Man going from Mk II to Mk V suits.
 
2021-05-08 4:45:39 PM  
It's on right now, or rather it was. Turned 2 off after 30 minutes won't bother with 3
 
2021-05-08 5:40:00 PM  

jokerscrowbar: It's on right now, or rather it was. Turned 2 off after 30 minutes won't bother with 3


I recollect Deadpool 2 starting slow, then getting really good. So you may want to give it more than 30 minutes.
 
2021-05-08 5:52:20 PM  

GoodHomer: I recollect Deadpool 2 starting slow, then getting really good. So you may want to give it more than 30 minutes.


And if you're old enough to fondly recall The Princess Bride or The Wonder Years... watch the Once Upon a Deadpool release instead of the original theatrical one.
 
2021-05-08 6:18:41 PM  
I swear if Deadpool 3 doesn't have Hit Monkey going all John Wick I'm going to lose it.
 
2021-05-08 6:19:32 PM  
It's time for Danny DeVito to undergo a Christian Bale like transformation and give the performance of his career:

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2021-05-08 7:01:01 PM  

Imaginativescreenname: The first one was quirky, great. Closest to a modern superhero movie to something i'd like.
The second had way too much x-men for my taste. They should have waited for the third to go that direction.


Without being in the screen pitch meetings, I would assume, since the Disney already was going to/did happen, you have to assume Mouse Overlord would not let you sully the good name of a PG-13 franchise with a team who won't back down from an R rating. Might as well use the X-Men if you can, and fall back to 100% not-name-brand characters if Mickey threatens to keep you in limbo forever. Cable should be safe, along with nega teenage whatever. Colossus might go away depending how much Disney cares about the Fox legacy stuff.

The odds of getting any Marvel characters outside Agents of Shield will be reeeeeeally long.
 
2021-05-08 7:12:46 PM  

Wobambo: It's time for Danny DeVito to undergo a Christian Bale like transformation and give the performance of his career:

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Way too late for that.

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2021-05-08 8:13:14 PM  

Imaginativescreenname: The first one was quirky, great. Closest to a modern superhero movie to something i'd like.
The second had way too much x-men X-Force for my taste.


Fixed that for you.

And lucky for you, most didn't survive the film.
 
2021-05-08 9:06:04 PM  

Unsung_Hero: GoodHomer: I recollect Deadpool 2 starting slow, then getting really good. So you may want to give it more than 30 minutes.

And if you're old enough to fondly recall The Princess Bride or The Wonder Years... watch the Once Upon a Deadpool release instead of the original theatrical one.


Bookmark
 
2021-05-08 9:26:14 PM  

Mugato: will somehow bring Ryan Reynolds' R-rated antics into the MCU.

If they make Deadpool3 a PG-13 it's going to go over like a pregnant pole vaulter.


The Deadpool 2 PG-13 Christmas special was brilliant, in its own way.
 
2021-05-08 9:27:33 PM  

Discordulator: Mugato: will somehow bring Ryan Reynolds' R-rated antics into the MCU.

If they make Deadpool3 a PG-13 it's going to go over like a pregnant pole vaulter.

The Deadpool 2 PG-13 Christmas special was brilliant, in its own way.


Er... Once Upon A Deadpool
 
2021-05-08 11:56:57 PM  
Meee-Owww

It's Always Sunny - Kitten Mittens
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2021-05-09 8:06:15 AM  

Wobambo: It's time for Danny DeVito to undergo a Christian Bale like transformation and give the performance of his career:

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Little too old for that role.

Maybe Peter Dinklage?
 
2021-05-09 8:12:18 AM  

NathanAllen: Wobambo: It's time for Danny DeVito to undergo a Christian Bale like transformation and give the performance of his career:

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Way too late for that.

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You have to love the fact that as successful as powerful as Danny Devito is, he was still willing to crawl naked out of a leather couch and then walk off with the camera filming his naked ass.
 
2021-05-09 8:59:28 AM  

dsmith42: NathanAllen: Wobambo: It's time for Danny DeVito to undergo a Christian Bale like transformation and give the performance of his career:

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Way too late for that.

[Fark user image 425x239]

You have to love the fact that as successful as powerful as Danny Devito is, he was still willing to crawl naked out of a leather couch and then walk off with the camera filming his naked ass.


He's my hero.
 
2021-05-09 9:07:26 AM  

dsmith42: You have to love the fact that as successful as powerful as Danny Devito is, he was still willing to crawl naked out of a leather couch and then walk off with the camera filming his naked ass.


At some point after joining the cast of IASIP, it was like he decided he'd accomplished everything & just went for the most chaotic things he could do.

Not that I blame him, the dude has gone farther than I would imagine even he thought he could so why not feed off the energy of a young crazy creative cast of people?
 
2021-05-09 10:09:40 AM  

thesharkman: I mean let's be honest though other than a few good laughs what point did Deadpool 2 really have? I like the movie but looking back at it it didn't move anything forward. In fact it kind of moved it backwards and then forward


Cable and Deadpool was a surprisingly huge comic book hit that made it just as iconic and important as solo Deadpool stuff. The sequel explained how they came to be while laughing at every other character Rob Liefeld created. (Except you, Zazie, you killed it as Domino!) It definitely advanced the arc for comic book fans seeking the references or acknowledgements to the comics.
 
2021-05-09 10:18:42 AM  

Darth_Saltine: dsmith42: You have to love the fact that as successful as powerful as Danny Devito is, he was still willing to crawl naked out of a leather couch and then walk off with the camera filming his naked ass.

At some point after joining the cast of IASIP, it was like he decided he'd accomplished everything & just went for the most chaotic things he could do.

Not that I blame him, the dude has gone farther than I would imagine even he thought he could so why not feed off the energy of a young crazy creative cast of people?


It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - I'm gonna get real weird with it!
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2021-05-09 12:03:06 PM  
I'd rather watch a Deadpool streaming series than Mythic Quest. People around the world know who Deadpool is. No one really knows (or cares) about Mythic Quest.

There. I said it.
 
2021-05-09 2:32:06 PM  

AAAAGGGGHHHH: I'd rather watch a Deadpool streaming series than Mythic Quest. People around the world know who Deadpool is. No one really knows (or cares) about Mythic Quest.

There. I said it.


Personally, I love Deadpool, but I don't think he's as good in large doses as in small ones.  He's good for a humorous poke at the faults of more mainstream superhero stories.

Mythic Quest is just another office comedy, one that happens to be set in a game development studio.  Assuming you're into that in the first place, I think you could watch it weekly on a continual basis and not get tired of it.
 
2021-05-09 3:22:04 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Mythic Quest is just another office comedy, one that happens to be set in a game development studio.  Assuming you're into that in the first place, I think you could watch it weekly on a continual basis and not get tired of it.


I tried watching Mythic Quest.  Watched first half of the first episode and it just was meh at best.
 
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