#TrustInTim, Because DEADPOOL Creator Rob Liefeld Doesn't Want To Be 'That Guy'

The most difficult thing about discussing comic book movies is the constant flow of rumors that drown out any fact-based conversation on any title in the genre. Deadpool 2, no less, is an obvious target for this kind of tomfoolery while fans engage in many a shoutfesty, reactey, ALL CAPS TYPEY fan rant about who it is they want to see play certain characters on the big screen, namely characters Cable and Domino.

I won't go heavily into the details but now Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld is making the rounds this week with a new segment he's shared over at The Nerdy Pop Show, anchored by Matt Barnes. No hard feelings here though as Liefeld clearly understands the fans as much as he cares about his property, which speaks heavily to his #TrustInTim hashtag - as so implemented with respect to director Tim Miller who rocketed the Ryan Renyolds's headliner to a global total of over $782 million dollars and earning a list of record-breaking 'highest grosser' categories.

All that said, amid all the hype and excitement between now and January 2018 when the Marvel/Fox comic book movie sequel is expected to release, Liefeld doesn't want to be "that guy". He explains who "that guy" is and his reasons why in the following video below, which I very much enjoyed and found informative enough to share here. Take a look and a listen!


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