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Ryan Reynolds Is Totally Open To Getting Deadpool A Boyfriend

by Rob Smith February 11, 2016


Ryan Reynolds is giving some sexy, R-rated swagger in Deadpool, which is out this weekend, and he’s open to doing a little gay-pandering while on the promo stroll for the pansexual superhero.

In a red-carpet interview with Variety, Reynolds made it known that he’s well aware the character is pansexual, and hopes to take his sexuality even further in any sequels.

In case you need a primer on pansexuality, we’ve got you covered. Pansexual means “not limited in sexual choice with regard to biological sex, gender, or gender identity.”Basically, it’s a sexual free-for-all. Hell, we wish we were wired to have so many options. Anyways, Reynolds is all about that pansexuality when it comes to Deadpool. He said:

“I love that about Deadpool. I love that he can break any boundary. In the future, I hope we get to do that more.”

And as for a boyfriend for Deadpool?

“I certainly wouldn’t be the guy standing in the way of that. That would be great.”

Usually we’re not here for the gay pandering, but we were headed out to see Deadpool anyway, so we’re all about it. Variety says the allusions to Deadpool’s pansexuality are played for humor, but since they’re breaking the R-rated superhero barrier, who’s to say Deadpool 2 can’t have a male love interest?

That would be something truly groundbreaking for a superhero flick.

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