Tim Miller and Ryan Reynolds fiasco was over 'Deadpool 2' budget

Matt Donnelly over at TheWarp has a source telling him that it was a budget issue that cause the whole ruckus between Director Tim Miller and star Ryan Reynolds.

We were sure this sequel would happen with Miller at the helm when it was announced at CinemaCom this past April:

"Shortly after then-20th Century Fox CEO Jim Gianopulos confirmed a second movie at CinemaCon in April, cracks began to form in the creative team that also includes screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (“Zombieland”)."

"In initial sequel talks, Reynolds, Reese and Wernick envisioned a “scrappy,” raunchy and inexpensive movie, the insider said — in the vein of the first, which earned over $780 million worldwide on a $58 million budget. It’s a stunning return on a film Reynolds lobbied 11 years to make."

"Miller, known more for his visual flair than for the brash antics that Reynolds and his writers embraced and that fans loved, wanted a more stylish take, one that would compete with mega-budget superhero movies, insiders said. But it would have cost three times as much as the original $58 million film, the first individual said."

“There were two totally different movies on the table, and one of them just wasn’t ‘Deadpool,” 

Full artIcle can be found HERE