- On Oct. 3, in celebration of Stray Kids member Bang Chan’s birthday, Ryan Reynolds shared a birthday message in the form of an edited clip of his character from “Free Guy” seeing a holographic Bang Chan dancing to The Weeknd’s hit song “Blinding Lights.”
- The “Deadpool” actor spread the clip across his personal social media accounts, including the Twitter page for his production company Maximum Effort.
- Reynolds and the K-pop boy group struck up a friendship following a “Deadpool”-inspired performance they gave on the Mnet reality competition show “Kingdom: Legendary War” last year.
- Since then, Reynolds and Stray Kids have interacted by supporting each other’s latest projects, liking each other’s social media content and exchanging autographed gifts.
Stray Kids member Bang Chan celebrated his birthday on Monday and got a special birthday message from “Deadpool” actor Ryan Reynolds.
The duo’s friendship formed after Reynolds complimented the K-pop act’s “Deadpool”-inspired performance on the reality competition show “Kingdom: Legendary War” last year.
Ryan Reynolds recently appeared on a South Korean singing television show dressed up as a unicorn to promote his upcoming film sequel “Deadpool 2” where Lewis Tan is confirmed to play Shatterstar.
On the South Korean show “King of Masked Singer,” Reynolds appears in front of an audience and other celebrities wearing a fabulous shimmering rainbow cape and a unicorn mask because, well, he is the real-life version of Deadpool.
The Super Bowl spot for “Deadpool 2” revealed tons of surprises and we are all totally hyped up, but there’s one detail in particular that caught our eye: Is that Lewis Tan in the background as one of the members of X-Force?
There was a brief moment in the trailer where we get to see the entire X-Force team (aka the edgier, better X-Men) getting ready to leap out of a plane.
Elmer Padilla, a Filipino construction worker, is slowly gaining fame around the world for his talent in turning simple discarded flip flops into kickass action figures.
Padilla, a father to two daughters, is originally from the province of Samar, but because of his life there, he decided to move to the city of Imus in Cavite, Philippines, to test his luck in finding a job. He was eventually hired to be a construction worker, according to Bored Panda.
Fox/Marvel’s highly-anticipated follow-up to “Deadpool”, the highest grossing R-rated movie ever, has recently signed Japanese actress Shioli Kutsuna as a key character to join its growing line-up of cast members.
While the character that Kutsuna will actually be playing has not been revealed, Deadline did confirm that she will have a “key role” in “Deadpool 2”.