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Comic proves why Deadpool is closer to being a villain than a hero in Marvel

The popularity of Deadpool in recent years has made many see the Marvel character as the main representative of the publisher's humor. But the anti-hero, in fact, is much more violent and unscrupulous than his current popular image actually shows, as narrated in some comic books.
Wade Wilson's true nature is exemplified in the Despicable Deadpool series, when during an arc, to pay off his debt to the villain Stryfe after he saved his daughter, Ellie, from a deadly virus, the Marvel anti-hero is forced to kill four people chosen by the antagonist.

The first target Stryfe chose was Cable, his main enemy. Deadpool makes the request, taking advantage of the villain's failure to specify which version of the mutant hero should be murdered, traveling back in time and killing Scott Summers' son in his old age.

Stryfe then passes the next three targets to Deadpool in Despicable Deadpool #295: Irene Merryweather, a reporter for the Daily Bugle and Cable's friend, Kid Genesis, a young mutant who is a clone of Apocalypse and who Wilson became very close to during the war. Fabulous X-Force magazine, and Marietta Nelson, an innocent woman with no connections to the heroic Marvel universe.

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Deadpool kills the two women, and creates a whole plan to keep Kid Genesis alive, starting with a non-lethal injection that simulates the young man's death - a fact that exemplifies who Wade Wilson is. He is faithful and protects his allies, without a doubt, but in a situation where innocents were killed, he never thought he could use the same method that saved his friend with Irene Merryweather or Marietta Nelson.

This moment serves as one of the main examples of what many writers interpret as Deadpool's moral code: he doesn't protect or save people out of heroism, but for reasons, let's say, "less noble" and more selfish, even if it's out of loyalty to his other colleagues. This was also explored in the Secret Empire saga, when Captain America, then a Hydra soldier, asked Wade to kill S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson—a request the mercenary accepted without questioning the Sentinel of Liberty.

In the end, the funny Deadpool ends up falling far short of Marvel's champions in terms of heroism, becoming a shadow of what's expected of heroes in this universe - although that doesn't affect his popularity in the real world, especially considering the opinions from the mercenary movies.


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Some Hollywood movies fail to show in Russia?

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, there were many responses from parties, including Hollywood.

In response to this, Hollywood has stopped the distribution and screening of films in Russia, including Warner Bros. which stopped the release of the film 'The Batman' in Russia a few days before the opening of cinemas there.

According to Warner Bros., the Walt Disney Co and Sony Pictures will also temporarily suspend the release of their films in Russia.

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Meanwhile 'The Batman' is the most anticipated film of the year which is scheduled to be screened this week in America and following screenings abroad including Russia.

A spokesman for the studio responded that the suspension of distribution and screening of the film in Russia was a humanitarian measure against the crisis in Ukraine.

"In light of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, Warner Media has stopped the release of the film 'The Batman' in Russia," he said.

"We will continue to monitor the development of the current situation. We hope for a speedy and peaceful resolution to this tragedy," he continued, quoted from the same page.

On Monday, Walt Disney Co., following in the footsteps of Warner Bros., also suspended its screenings in Russia, even though the studio had planned to open Pixar's 'Turning Red' in Russia on March 10 and hit Disney in the US.

Disney representatives or spokespersons shared the same thing with Warner that the humanitarian crisis that occurred in Ukraine due to the Russian invasion led to the termination of the release of the film 'Turning Red' in Russia.

"In light of the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and the tragic humanitarian crisis, we are halting theatrical releases of films in Russia, including Pixar's upcoming 'Turning Red'," he said.

“We will make future business decisions based on the evolving situation. Meanwhile, given the scale of the emerging refugee crisis, we are working with our NGO partners to provide urgent assistance and other humanitarian assistance to refugees,” he added.

The Ukrainian Film Academy on Saturday also voted for an international boycott of the Russian film industry.


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Texas Chainsaw Massacre is renewed by Netflix in a sequel full of style and little content

The strength of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or a good part of it, lies in the dread and madness that Leatherface conveyed in the midst of a photograph and strong themes about the 1970s and, consequently, replicated itself in the eyes of young hippies who tried to escape it. The first film is one of those that sounds like free horror, but has shaped slasher cinema and is a reference for any fan of the genre, whether you are a spectator or a filmmaker.

In this context, Netflix has decided to make its move on the regeneration of modern horror, already reinforced by Scream and Halloween, and resurrects the chainsaw killer in a direct sequel to the first film that doesn't skimp on visual references, but sounds as free in themes as one could imagine. It's cowardly to compare it with the original, but in the wave of reinterpretations we see today, there's no room for a horror without content or more devoted to the style than the genre itself.

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The story of Leatherface Returns shows a group of young people back in the city of the murderous family from the first film and, after being attacked by the same serial killer from the past, they receive the unlikely help of Sally, the survivor of the first Massacre. Nothing inventive, but so far, no problem.

The handling of the horror scenes, by the way, is firm and stylish, as the duo that directs the film, David Blue Garcia and Kim Henkel, are not shy about showing any innards or human pieces flying on the screen. For those who like gore, here's a full plate and short, since rightly the feature doesn't even have 90 minutes long.

The biggest problem with this sequence, however, lies in the emptiness of the speeches that it tries to deliver to give context to the new Massacre. Whether it's the trauma of the protagonists (uninspired) or Leatherface's family problems, nothing sounds strong enough to hold the plot - and it's even more evident that it needed little drama to sustain the story. As David Gordon Green's great Halloween taught, the slasher's foundation is suspense, lurid situations and a chase that involves the intensity of prey and predator.


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Russia appeals against FIFA and UEFA measures

Russian Football Federation said fair play rules were violated by FIFA and UEFA. Photo: (Yegor Aleyev\TASS via Getty Images)

Following the decision by FIFA and UEFA to suspend the Russian National Team and the country's clubs from contests in their current competitions (Replay of Qualifiers for the Qatar World Cup and Europa League), the Russian Football Federation (RFS) informed which will appeal to the highest body of Sports Justice, the CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport), against the sanctions received from the two football organizations.

In a statement published on Thursday, the RFS complained that even the rules of fair play were violated: "RFS believes that FIFA and UEFA, in deciding on the removal of Russian teams, had no legal basis. It violated fundamental rights. of RFS as a member of FIFA and UEFA. The decision to withdraw the team from the qualification for the 2022 World Cup was taken under pressure from direct rivals in the play-off, which violated the principle of sport and the rules of fair play".

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FIFA's decision was to exclude the Russian national team from the play-off process for this year's World Cup qualifiers, which will be held in November in Qatar. Russia would face Poland in one of the semi-finals and, if they advanced, they would compete against either the Swedish national team or the Czech national team.

Spartak Moscow, the only Russian club that was still alive in European competitions, was excluded from the Europa League by UEFA's decision. As the club from the Russian capital would face Red Bull Leipzig for the round of 16 of the competition, the team from Germany advances directly to the quarter-finals without the need for the confrontation.


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The Batman: More than three hours

The Batman Runtime news

According to Matt Reeves, 'The Batman' started out longer than the final cut of three hours.

The director has brought the bat superhero to the big screen for the umpteenth time. At two hours and 55 minutes, the flick is the longest 'Batman' film ever produced. But according to Reeves, the almost three hours were almost too short for him. The 55-year-old filmmaker told The New York Times: "FYI, it used to be longer. When you see the film, the length is no longer an issue. He pulls you in, he takes you, and you stay interested.”

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The Hollywood star would not be averse to a sequel to the film. Do lead actor Robert Pattinson and 'Catwoman' actress Zoe Kravitz see it the same way? After all, Reeves also wants to sleep over the night for the first time. "Where the story is going, of course I've thought about it," Matt tells the newspaper, "But like I said, I need a nap first." He can treat himself to that after producing this mega-blockbuster.


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