Ryan Reynolds posts fan art to encourage wearing masks, Internet asks 'when is Deadpool 3 coming?'
A talented Deadpool fan decided to make a digital painting of the character's face on a wall, with the words etched across it: 'Wear A Mask'
Wearing a mask is the need of the hour today though many people refuse to follow the rules. The coronavirus pandemic continues to tighten its grip and there continues to be a disastrous spike in cases in the US, Brazil and India. In the spirit, a talented Deadpool fan decided to make a digital painting of the character's face on a wall, with the words etched across it: 'Wear A Mask'. Ryan Reynolds who plays the character, posted this photo on his Instagram account. Fans rushed to comment on the photo, full of praise for the realistic artwork, and at the same time asking Reynolds about the third 'Deadpool' film.
A fan commented, "If Deadpool says it, it's meant to be." Another noted, "You're going to get flak from the conspiracy crazies in 3...2...1." One more said, "When is Deadpool 3 happening?" One said, "I need a Deadpool 3, the first two were amazing." Another said, "Love it, so accurate. Sick of people that aren't bothering in doing so."
"WEAR A MASK PEOPLE, IT'S NOT THAT HARD," one wrote. "Use your platform, spread the fear. Let the fear spread through you," a fan wrote. "Hell yes, tell them, Deadpool," said another.
Of course, others commented saying that "masks don't save people and the whole thing was BS", "Sick art, stupid message", another commented. "Wonder what great things we could have, if he put his energy into creating new films, scripts or videos, instead of lecturing us every day," another grumbled.
With regard to the innumerable queries about 'Deadpool 3', fans have a long wait ahead. Filmmaker Rob Liefield is confident that it is going to be an excruciating wait before we see the merc-mouth trash our screens again. In April, Liefield had expressed uncertainty about the film and seemingly transferred the blame onto Marvel Studios. His comments were met with heavy backlash and an irritated Liefield had to clarify his statements. "Do I know that there is no movement on a 'Deadpool 3' right now? I know that. Yes," Liefeld told io9. "And does that worry me? No. Not at all. What I did was I answered a question honestly. And what I learned this week is just lie. Just tell people everything is lollipop and unicorns and rainbows and you’ll be better off in your life because people want to be lied to. Just because some guy goes, 'Yeah, We're still moving along', that's code for 'There's nothing to see here'."
Well, sorry about that folks.