Ryan Reynolds Talks to (Psychotic) Animals in Marjane Satrapi’s The Voices



From the director and writer of Persepolis, the acclaimed graphic novel and animated film about growing up female in Iran, comes…

…the dude who’s gonna be Deadpool, decapitating women because his Scottish cat told him to. That’s directorial range, all right. The actorly range is impressive, too – I’d never have known without looking it up that Reynolds also voices the Billy Connolly-like feline foe and the Stephen Root-esque droopy dog.

It may end up too self-consciously weird, but i look forward to finding out.

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