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Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige is not worried about the set leaks that Deadpool and Wolverine during filming. The manager believes that this is the compromise that has to be made when filming on location.




Feige addressed the issue in an interview with Variety, saying it was “important” to shoot on location. “We didn't want this to be a green screen box for all locations. We wanted it to take place in the real world, and that always brings potential compromises,” explained the Marvel boss. “We were in many safe places and locations that were far away from prying eyes – with the exception of drones.” It was a new experience for me to see paparazzi drones flying over the set.”

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Feige also mentioned that leaked scenes on set often don't do the final product justice, but he believes fans are smart enough to spot the difference between a grainy stolen shot and a professionally finished film. “Sometimes things look cool in a behind-the-scenes photo, but most of the time they don't look that great. I think people have gotten smart enough over the years to know that it's not going to look that way in the movie.” he explained. “Besides, Wolverine looks cool in that yellow outfit from any angle, whether from a drone or from a tree.”


Ryan Reynolds dealt with the leaks in a unique way

When the first photos of Deadpool and Wolverine went online in December 2023, the film's star, Ryan Reynolds, released a statement asking photographers not to spoil the film. “Surprises are part of the magic of movies. It is important to us to Dead Pool “Film in real, natural environments and use practical effects instead of shooting the film indoors and digitally,” he wrote in an Instagram story. “Telephoto lenses always spoil surprises and create a difficult situation for everyone. Hopefully some websites and social channels will wait to publish images until they are ready.”


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A day later, Reynolds “leaked” a bunch of set photos from the upcoming MCU film to poke fun at the scoopers. “Deadpool started with a leak. So I'm going with it. But please don't use the phrase 'Deadpool leaks' too much as it might skew search results if someone is looking for Deadpool leaks or Deadpool spoilers or maybe Deadpool scoops,” the actor wrote in a post on X. The intentionally faked images featured Wolverine and Deadpool with the science fiction villain Predator, Mickey Mouse, Quibi and Steve Urkel.


Deadpool and Wolverine will be released in cinemas worldwide on July 26th.

Source: Variety

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