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Who is ‘Deadpool’ Director Tim Miller?

Now that Deadpool belongs to the world and has filled a hole in audience’s hearts they never knew existed, it’s time to shine a light on the real reason the film worked so well. Director Tim Miller brings a fresh perspective to the process and his commitment to the movie equals that of the movie’s leading man. His background in special effects coupled with his passion and vision for Deadpool made for an experience that goes above and beyond the average superhero film. Watch the video above and then recap our coverage from Deadpool below. Afterwards, begin the excruciating wait for part two.

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Nick Nunziata

Nick Nunziata is the Managing Editor of the Fan Contributor Program based in Atlanta, Georgia. He's spent the better part of the last 20 years writing about film on the Web. His CHUD.com was a pioneer in the industry, and he has worked on the production side with Guillermo del Toro. He loves baseball, turn-based strategy games, film, great TV, and anything that involves a giant monster.

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