We all know the story. For years 20th Century Fox, the controllers of the rights to all Marvel X-Men properties, was too worried to make the R-rated Deadpool. They didn't think something that raunchy or violent could work in the superhero genre. Then, finally, after years of saying "No", they finally said "Yes" — and $US780 million ($1 billion) later, they're happy they did.
Sure, a version of "Deadpool" and Hugh Jackman's Wolverine have already teamed up, thanks to the excruciating X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but wouldn't it be amazing if Ryan Reynold's wittily maniacal mercenary could join forces with Hugh Jackman's Logan? Well, Reynolds agrees — and he's actively trying to get Jackman to do so, too.
Someone — well, thebrickranger, specifically, did the now standard "Lego version of a superhero movie trailer" for Logan complete with red Play-Doh for Wolverine's many wounds. However, I don't remember the last time I've been quite so emotionally moved by tiny plastic mini-figures.