Man, we're really into this comic book turned movie stuff lately!
There's been some backlash online because Deadpool received an R-Rating with many people asking if sick children/children in general can get a PG-13 version. The answer? 99% Not likely. The Deadpool movie, much like the comics, are definitely more for adults than children.
The second thing? Deadpool IS related to the X-Men Universe. Though it's not necessarily well known, according to Bustle, Deadpool was operated on the same folks that gave Wolverine his adamantium (bones/claws). There will also be appearances of characters from the X-Men universe, though not portrayed by the same people that did them in the X-Men movies, so it's stressed that this is not a SPIN OFF.
Second: Bucky / Captain America / Agent Carter
An exciting fan theory by Bustle hopes that the character Bucky Barnes, played by Sebastian Stan, could potentially make an appearance on Agent Carter. At this point, there isn't any direct link, but according to Bustle, one of the main characters, Arnim Zola, who participated in Winter Soldier, was locked up with one of the characters from Agent Carter named Johann Fennhoff, who used some hypnotizing techniques on Zola. So do we get to see an origin story of what happened between the first Captain America movie, to what Bucky is now? It's a stretch, but there's always possibilities in the Marvel Universe.
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Now, the main question is - with both of these films reigning supreme in pop culture, and two quells of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Suicide Squad, who do you think will come out on top?
Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”