No one at this point can counter the fact that Ryan Reynolds is the perfect star to play Deadpool. After all, it can be considered as his biggest break in acting.
The psychopath, narcissist, sarcastic and foul-mouthed good guy (yes that is intended to sound ironic) that Deadpool is, is also partly Ryan himself. That’s just my opinion though, I won’t blame you if you think that Ryan Reynolds IS Deadpool, especially after these tweets.
We both love Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool, but these tweets from the brilliant actor can make us think that they may be one and the same.
Here are 20 of Ryan Reynold’s tweets to make you think that he did no acting in his Deadpool movies.
#20 Real-life Hero
Being a Dad isn’t just about eating a huge bag of gummy-bears as your wife gives birth. It means being comfortable with the word hero.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 18 June 2017
Deadpool, despite mostly causing far more damage and death than he needed to, still sees himself as a hero of the situation. This is never a secret since you will always hear him toot his own horn.
Ryan, on the other side, is the man who can poke fun at himself while calling himself a hero for being a father. Did you see the resemblance in there?
#19 Ripping on Himself
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 10 May 2018
This scene is definitely a Ryan Reynold idea. Despite of having a rollercoaster career in the past, he clearly doesn’t have an issue of reminding us about his major flops just to make us laugh.
#18 Oil Painting of a Sister
I’m making an oil painting of my sister, Sarah. And it’s more difficult than I thought because I don’t have a sister.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 11 September 2016
Who would not confuse this Tweet to be Deadpool’s and not Ryan’s? If you will ask about the best trait that this brilliant actor and his character are similar, that is being absurd.
#17 Productive Hands
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 18 July 2016
Except for signing DVDs and Blu-rays the entire day, we all know that Deadpool and Ryan have far more productive things to do with their hands. And that is, fighting the bad guys. What were you even thinking?
#16 Mere Honesty
Deadpool 2. Falling somewhere between The Godfather 2 and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. pic.twitter.com/pdbjGJs18c
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 22 March 2018
Ryan clearly wants to tell that Deadpool 2 will hopefully be a good movie but probably not a great one. This honesty decreases our expectations so the production can team can exceed them if the movie turns out a great one.
#15 Some Things are More Important
Can someone settle an argument between me and my priest? Which Kardashians are pregnant?
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 2 January 2018
Sometimes, people just make some things matter more than they really should.
#14 Fun Ways to Rob
People in LA are deathly afraid of gluten. I swear to god, you could rob a liquor store in this city with a bagel.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 7 January 2017
Ryan, or Deadpool at that, is apparently the only person who can rob a liquor store with a bagel — and make this comment about LA.
#13 How to Check Out of a Hotel Deadpool Style
When checking out of a hotel, it’s fun to say: “The fire resistant carpet deserves some sort of Fire Resistant Carpet Award!”
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 7 June 2017
#12 Irresponsibility is His Middle Name; He Doesn’t Have a Last Though
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 27 March 2015
This is how you make a character so iconic — create a slogan of your own. Your own version I mean.
#11 Tinder Misunderstanding
Tinder isn’t a babysitting app. Apologies to Crystal and Janine for the misunderstanding.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 19 August 2016
It’s more of an app to find a kid to babysit together, right Ryan?
#10 Intimacy Ruined
“Hurt” by Johnny Cash. Good luck making love with that song stuck in your head.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 26 April 2017
Deadpool and Ryan have this clever attitude of incorporating songs with certain situations. Take note, they are completely unnecessary as this one above.
#9 How Deadpool Greets Mom on Mother’s Day
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. Painfully, you gave birth 468 weeks late. I was 9. We were both so happy to be free. pic.twitter.com/B7TDWRuWUe
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 8 May 2016
This is the Ryan rumour Deadpool accumulated. It can be the other way around though.
#8 Congratulating with Sarcasm
Proud of my baby daughter placing last in her old-timey, bare-knuckle street fighting class. Congrats to her 31 year old opponent, Rick.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 7 June 2016
Did I say that Deadpool’s middle name is irresponsibility? It’s actually sarcasm. Scratch that.
#7 Came Back Taller
So happy to be filming #Deadpool in Vancouver. I left this great city a boy… and returned, a marginally taller boy.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 27 March 2015
Aside from being proud of his hometown, the fact that Ryan called himself as just someone ‘taller’ from his young self and not a man is definitely Deadpool.
#6 Good-hearted Deadpool for the Children
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 8 October 2016
Deadpool can be blunt and rude, but he does have a big heart especially for children.
#5 Disney Honesty
My daughter gets so pumped watching Disney films. She loves that they all have singing, dancing and a part when the parents die.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 4 June 2017
Let’s be honest, Disney movies, especially the princess films are not mostly pro-parents. So if Deadpool sees his child enjoy these pieces, this tweet from a father is more than necessary.
#4 Appreciating the Cops
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 8 August 2017
Deadpool may be a headache for most police, Ryan is the one to appreciate them for their effort on Deadpool and its production needs.
#3 Life Perspective
The Founding Fathers would be stoked to know we had a Scurvy-free MTV Awards this year. Also, Epcot. They’d be impressed with Epcot Center.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 4 July 2016
This tweet is clearly meant as a joke, but the sense of perspective explored in it is just admirable.
#2 Tribute to His Fans
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 29 May 2015
Ryan is clearly thankful for the fans who support the movie he effortlessly devotes himself in.
#1 Yelling at Nice People
Amazing day… Weird how they write the name in ALL CAPS. Like I’m yelling at all the nice people walking by. For eternity. pic.twitter.com/CgTVA382e5
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 16 December 2016
This is the best way to yell at nice people though. Deadpool is clearly a narcissist, and seeing his name in The Hollywood Walk as something ‘yelling’ is still a Deadpool trait.