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Deadpool Director Tim Miller set to Direct Sci-Fi Action Thriller ‘Artemis’

Tim Miller to direct Artemis

That’s right, the Deadpool director has signed on to direct a sci-fi action thriller going by the name of Artemis.

Is that the final nail in the coffin for the Deadpool movie?

Today news has broke that Deadpool director Tim Miller has signed a deal with 20th Century Fox to direct upcoming sci-fi action triller Artemis.

With movement on the Deadpool movie already slowed down and with very little recent news about the movie, is this the final nail in the coffin for the film? Doest his mean that Miller has resigned himself to the death of the Deadpool movie or at the very least a long delay on the project?

Talk of the Deadpool movie has been in the pipe work for a long time, escalated more so when Ryan Reynolds was cast as the character in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine and stated his desire to reprise the role.

At this juncture, however I would rather know more on this Artemis project but unfortunately there is very little information available about the project other than than it’s an action thriller set in outer space.

For those unfamiliar with Tim Miller, Artemis is set to be his mainstream directoral debut, after directing a number of independent short movies, serving as the creative director on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and providing the visual effects for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

What do you think?

Is this the end of the Deadpool movie? Is that a good thing? Should they have even attempted the movie? Let me know what you think in the comments below – it’ll be awesome to hear your opinion!

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