mercenaryWade was a mercenary-for-hire living in New York City. He takes a job getting a pizza delivery boy to stop stalking a girl by threatening him. Once his job is done, the girl thanks him and calls him her hero, to which Wade quickly points out that that is something he is not.
Deadpool is not a mutant. He is a regular guy (well, an assassin) named Wade Wilson who is diagnosed with terminal cancer. In order to fight the disease, he undergoes an experimental treatment that imbues him with his superhuman healing ability, but it doesn't necessarily cure the disease.
Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool.
Deadpool, whose real name is Wade Winston Wilson, is a disfigured mercenary with the superhuman ability of regeneration and physical prowess.
How Does Deadpool Get His Powers? Wade Wilson is a dishonorably discharged special forces operative who ends up working as a mercenary and assassin, and later he receives a terminal cancer diagnosis that sparks his journey into becoming Deadpool.
Wilson was intially hunted down by Victor Creed a.k.a Sabretooth, as due to the orders of Stryker. Stryker then used the Weapon X serum and Logan's existing DNA to use on Wilson and make him his Weapon XI a.k.a Deadpool.
No, Snape is definitely not Harry's dad. James Potter is Harry's dad. There is no chance that there is ambiguity or mystery here. Snape was a rival for the affections of Harry's mom (Lily).
According to legend, the Roman physician and priest was beaten, stoned, and beheaded for the crimes of marrying Christian couples and possibly attempting to convert Emperor Claudius II.