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It's only been a few hours since the Disney/Fox blockbuster deal and Deadpool is already in trouble with his new bosses.

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Deadpool is already in trouble after Walt Disney’s purchase of Fox, according to Ryan Reynolds

It’s only been a few hours since the Disney/Fox blockbuster deal and Deadpool is already in trouble with his new bosses.

It’s only been a few hours since the Walt Disney Company announced it will acquire Fox, Inc. for $52.4 billion in stock and it looks like one of Fox’s most well-known entertainment properties, namely Deadpool, the most lucrative R-rated movie ever, is already in hot water after the blockbuster deal.

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Apparently you can’t actually blow the Matterhorn.

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Oh, Ryan Reynolds, you cad, you. You got us. Although something tells us Disney would need a little more security than that to apprehend the Regeneratin’ Degenerate.

All jokes aside, however, the Merc with a Mouth’s move to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a captivating one; on the one hand, Deadpool is a character who can easily make the transition due to his meta-awareness and fourth-wall-breaking expertise. On the other hand, will Disney execs look to censor the foul-mouthed, vulgarity and off-beat R-rated antics that the character is known for?

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