Deadpool Co-Creator Rob Liefield Cried During ‘Deadpool 2’

When tasked with bringing beloved comic book characters to the big screen, filmmakers not only have to think about the comic book fans, but the character’s creators as well. Luckily for the Deadpool team, they got major love from the Merc with a Mouth’s co-creator, Rob Liefield.

“I cried at the end of Deadpool 2,” tweeted Liefield who co-created Deadpool and Domino with Fabian Nicieza, and Cable with Louise Simonson. “Part was the nostalgia of the particular track blasting but mostly the emotion that they had landed the plane in such spectacular fashion. The plane is the movie in this analogy, there is no important plane landing sequence I’m referencing.”

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22 thoughts on “Deadpool Co-Creator Rob Liefield Cried During ‘Deadpool 2’

  1. Asked why he really cried, Liefeld said :"their feet are so big and they don't have 80 inch chests and they dont have enough pouches, ok!!"Then someone followed by asking,"But Mr.Liefeld, how can someone be 7'1'' and 500 pounds?". He replied: "I DON'T KNOW, STEROIDS? GOD, I LOVE COCAINE" and then he flew away

  2. It’s funny to see a creator who is such a fanboy for his own work 😭 I follow him on Instagram and if u do u wouldn’t be surprised by this article. Dude is his own #1 fan, it’s so great to see tbh.

  3. I seen the movie. It’s a solid 8/10. Not nothing to cry over like infinity war. Had some great cameos and was of course funny as shit. Was better than the first , but that’s about it.

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