Superhero fans are loving what we’ve seen of The Suicide Squad so far, as it looks like it’s going to embrace its R-rating in a big way. The star of the show promises to be King Shark, voiced by none other than Sylvester Stallone, whose most fearsome moment in the trailers released to date depicts him tearing some unfortunate goon in half, guts and gore flying everywhere. But did anyone get déjà vu from this scene? Ryan Reynolds has revealed why this might’ve seemed familiar.
The Canadian superstar took to Instagram yesterday to share an unexpected connection between The Suicide Squad and his Deadpool 2. On his stories, Reynolds posted a screenshot of King Shark tearing someone apart and a screengrab of Juggernaut ripping Wade Wilson in two in the Fox sequel. “Who tore it better?” he punned as a caption.
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DP fans will remember that Cain Marko (also performed by Reynolds) got the better of the Merc with the Mouth in the sequel, causing Wade to lay low until his bottom half regenerated – resulting in him having baby-sized legs for a while. So, as Reynolds asks, who tore it better? Well, the Deadpool 2 moment had us wincing, both proving Juggernaut as a major threat and providing one of Wade’s closest shaves. On the other hand, the visuals for King Shark’s kill might give Suicide Squad the edge. Sorry, Ryan.
He might be part of the Marvel family these days, but the former Hal Jordan is still a supporter of DC. Reynolds previously revealed he wanted in on Zack Snyder’s Justice League and celebrated its release last month by rewatching his Green Lantern movie for the first time since it came out. And, shock twist, he kinda enjoyed it. I guess that means the constant digs at it will stop in Deadpool 3. Yeah, no, that’s not going to happen.
The Suicide Squad is due to hit HBO Max and theaters this August. As for Deadpool 3, Ryan Reynolds is currently overseeing development over at Marvel Studios.