Whether you’re a fanboy or not, yet another superhero franchise Marvel film is headed to theaters later this month. Ryan Reynolds is back as the wise-cracking mercenary, Deadpool. His previous role as the Green Lantern was largely praised despite the film’s overall disappointing performance. So, the anti-hero would actually take pride and enjoy not being one of the five films of 2016 to watch.

Keeping It Real with Deadpool Fans

On Friday morning star Ryan Reynolds took on an AMA style Twitter chat with the hashtag #AskRyan.

In true Deadpool fashion he responded with snarky and sarcastic answers to questions ranging from questions about attending the Oscars this year or joining the boycott - Reynolds replied, “Let’s just say the red carpet will match the drapes.”

to being nicknamed “The Merc with a Mouth” and whether Reynolds considers his mouth to be his best feature.

“Curiously, my a–hole has the brighter smile,” joked Reynolds. “And more teeth.”

On the film’s R rating for “strong violence and language throughout, sexual content, and graphic nudity” - Reynolds quips, “There is absolutely nothing offensive about this movie. In the future, it will be used in kindergartens to shape tiny minds into wholesome soldiers of God.”

But Still Keeping Things Under Wraps

Even though the questions and comments kept going well through the night, the exhausted actor was worn out and thanked everyone for their questions. This is the latest move in the marketing campaign of Twentieth Century Fox.

For the most part trailers and other promos designed to go viral only hint at the humor and adult nature of the film.

One example is the romantic movie style ad stunt that spoofs the Valentine's Day release. All of these point to point to Deadpool having a strong connection with their audience.

Tweeting about one billboard, actor Patton Oswalt said, "This idiotic / brilliant billboard is why I'm all in on the DEADPOOL movie."

It looks like in only a matter of days audiences will likely share their agreement.