"Deadpool" is getting great reviews, and now you can see what all the effing hype is about. Ryan Reynolds takes the idea of a superhero and flips it on its head. Deco’s Chris Van Vliet flew to Los Angeles to chat with Deadpool. Not Ryan Reynolds, but actually Deadpool, and let’s just say he wasn’t exactly cooperative.

Deadpool: "Surprise! This is a different kind of superhero story."

Ryan Reynolds plays a former special forces operative diagnosed with terminal cancer. He undergoes an experiment that cures him, but there’s some side effects.

Deadpool: "Whatever they did to me made my body indestructible. But my face…"

He dons a mask and becomes his alter ego, Deadpool, a foul-mouthed superhero. But don’t call him a superhero.

Deadpool: "I didn’t ask to be super, and I’m no hero."

Chris Van Vliet: "Mr. Pool, Dead, I don’t know what to call you. Can you define your character?"

Deadpool: "Well she’s beautiful, she’s strong-willed and courageous. She lives in a dystopian world where people are randomly selected to compete in this game of life and death."

I’m 95 percent sure that’s Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games," but we’ll move on.

Chris Van Vliet: "Can you describe your technique?"

Deadpool: "I can."

Um, all right, then. Well, two can play this game.

Chris Van Vliet: "How does it feel to forever be in Wolverine’s shadow?"

Deadpool: "How does it feel to forever be in Barbara Walters’ shadow?

Touché, Mr. Pool, touché.

Chris Van Vliet: "Now, I gotta ask you, how does it feel selling out to Hollywood?"

Deadpool (laughing): "I’m sorry, what was the question again?"

Chris Van Vliet: "So, what’s next for you?"

Deadpool: "I’m not gonna lie, I got the acting bug. Right up my bum. I’m going to remake all of Ryan Reynolds’ movies, but with only one slight adjustment. Making them good."

"Deadpool" is now playing in theaters.

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