Deadpool seems to have chosen his side in Marvel's Civil War – a move that has not gone down too well with Tony Stark aka Iron Man. It all started with Chris Evans posting the following tweet praising Ryan Reynold's Deadpool

Wow.....Deadpool was AWESOME! Well done @VancityReynolds #killedit #maximumeffort

— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) February 20, 2016

In response, Reynolds made his allegiance to Captain America very clear. It is another issue that Deadpool stands for everything Cap does not, including the colourful language.


— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) February 20, 2016

Things escalated and took a more exciting turn when Robert Downey Jr found out that the Merc with the Mouth is not supporting #TeamIronMan, and this led to a fun Twitter battle of sorts. What better way to preview the Cap vs Iron Man feud.

.@VancityReynolds Et tu, D-pool? Gimme a shout when Rogers boots you out for \"cussing\"!

— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) February 20, 2016

We both know I can\'t be trusted. #TeamHelloKitty

— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) February 21, 2016

@RobertDowneyJr @VancityReynolds Bullsh*t!! The cussing was my favorite part! (just don\'t tell my alter ego....or Kevin Feige....or my mom)

— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) February 21, 2016

Exciting stuff, but do not expect Deadpool to show up in an Avengers movie anytime soon. The writers behind the R-rated superhero hit have made it quite clear that Deadpool belongs in his reasonably small, gritty world and not alongside other super powered beings saving the world from aliens and intergalactic wars.