Becoming a superhero is a dream for many people, but for those big stars who have become Marvel heroes, they are sometimes not so pleased.
Now, the two favorite stars welcomed by Marvel fans seem to have a lot of complaint about their roles. On Twitter, Tom Holland and Ryan Reynolds share their complaint about their heroes, Spiderman and Deadpool.
Holland has said in social media that he hopes to make some changes in Spider-Man: Homecoming. For example, he hopes that the director can cut his hair. This surely has aroused many fans' objections, but Ruian has a deep sympathy for this.
"I hope they can use Brazil wax to fix my hair together so that I won't have to be scared anymore," said Ryan, who has acted Deadpool.
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It's well known about English actors' humor. No one really thinks that Holland will be full of wax, not to mention Ryan, the comedian. Nevertheless, facing the torment of spandex costumes, perhaps wearing some wax will really make the actors feel better.
In the past, Holland once said Spiderman's clothes were uncomfortable. In a recent interview, the little spider still expressed his great gratitude for having the opportunity to put on this suit, but he really wanted the clothes to be more comfortable.
Lately, Reilly Brown, the painter of Spiderman and Deadpool, complained in the social media that he tried to make the Deadpool the comic to wear the uniform in the film, but he was stopped by Marvel.
It was the sixth phase of the serial, and there were a film and TV series based on the theme of the Deadpool. So Brown felt that it would be interesting to put Deadpool on the real film version of the uniform. But such a simple change caused the attention of the l legal department of Marvel, and they asked Brown to amend his paintings for it will trigger a copyright dispute with FOX.
Another copyright problem is that Brown, in this comic, also deliberately painted the fictional character Deadpool as the realities actor of Ryan Reynolds, which had also met the legal department's veto and he had to add a beard to the "actor".