The X-Men likely joining the MCU, and Deadpool is Fox's most popular Marvel character, so it's time for Deadpool to kill the X-Men universe.
Anthony McGlynn is a member of ScreenRant's features team, freelance pop culture critic and heavy metal fan. Like the good little millennial he is, he began blogging about comics, movies, TV and video games in his spare time several years ago and worked his way up from there. Outside of ScreenRant his byline has appeared in places such as VICE, Birth. Movies. Death., PC Gamer, Playboy, Kotaku and GamesMaster. His favourite movie is George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead and he holds Sons of Anarchy in higher regard than Breaking Bad. Despite proclaiming to enjoy "good art" he is a fan of professional wrestling and genuinely likes Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead remake. Recommend him horror movies and death metal records at a[dot]mcglynn89[at]gmail[dot]com
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The Rampage movie is a very loose video game adaptation, but that doesn't mean The Rock's forgotten the source - it's still full of references!