Ed Skrein reveals who his Character will be in the Deadpool Movie

Game of Thrones star (Ed Skreins) revealed via Twitter his character in the 2016 Deadpool movie will be Ajax.

Twitter Link:

#deadpool #ajax pic.twitter.com/wfyRU9i9fV

Here is a quick history of the Ajax Character from the Deadpool comics:

The man known only as Francis was the former enforcer at Dr. Killebrew's laboratory, known as the Workshop, part of the Hospice for failed supersoldiers at the Weapon X Project. Francis acted as the strongarm for Killebrew, reigning in the project's "washouts" that were fodder for Killebrew's sadistic experiments whenever they stepped out of line. This included Wade Wilson, who would later be known as the mercenary Deadpool.

Having had his nerves removed by Killebrew for better pain management, he would later have enhanced strength and intuitive capability, as well as receiving subcutaneous implants for super-speed and agility.

           

 

 

 


 

Deadpool looks to be shaping up well. Ryan Reynolds will star in the title role of the film along with TJ Miller as Weasel, Gina Carano as Angel Dust, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and Morena Baccarin as Copycat. The film will also feature the mutant Colossus, though Daniel Cudmore has confirmed he will not appear as the character.

Deadpool is set for release February 12, 2016

by Sean Tucker
 

Dark Horse Unveils TYRION LANNISTER Statue

DARK HORSE UNVEILS TYRION STATUE
THE LATEST ADDITION TO THE
GAME OF THRONES® COLLECTIBLES LINE!
 
SEPTEMBER 5, MILWAUKIE, OR—When looking for a key moment to immortalize as the second sculptural piece in Dark Horse’s highly coveted line of Game of Thrones collectibles, Dark Horse turned to none other than writer/producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for the most “statueworthy” moment in the then-unaired second season.
The two chose the memorable scene when Tyrion, as portrayed by Peter Dinklage, charges into battle, leading the defense of King’s Landing against an assault by King Stannis Baratheon in the Battle of the Blackwater. They further assisted with special photographic reference taken during filming, expressly for use as sculpture reference for the piece.
“When Dark Horse Deluxe began developing a new line of collectibles based on the HBO® adaptation of Game of Thrones, we were pleased to discover we had the full attention of all involved, from the team at HBO Global Licensing to the principals steering in the production,” said Dark Horse’s VP of Product Development, David Scroggy. “The Tyrion statue is a benefit of that communication, and we know the fans and collectors will recognize the quality that is the result.”
Dark Horse is currently offering the statue to the trade for advance order. The Tyrion statue will be issued in a limited run, with the final edition size undetermined at press time.
This detailed figure measures approximately 10 inches in height and 9.5 inches across its base, which features Tyrion’s cast-aside helmet and other painstakingly re-created details.
 Hand painted and numbered, the Game of Thrones Tyrion statue will come packaged in a deluxe full-color box.
 Fans of the series can view a “Making of the Tyrion Lannister statue” video on the Dark Horse Blog.
 Look for these statues to arrive in stores on February 20, 2013, with a suggested retail price of $199.99.