6. PERSONAL TELEPORTERS
All of the five powers mentioned above are likely to show up in the movie: a few have shown up just in the trailers. One shouldn’t put anything past Ryan Reynolds, whose comics-scholar skills are hard for anyone to rival. Still, we’re getting into more obscure territory with these next five, which makes them more unlikely to reach the big screen, but far from impossible.
As he was in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the comics’ Deadpool was a villain at first, and remained one (or at least a wild card) for years after that. He used teleportation devices to get away from irate heroes he’d failed to kill, leaving him free to fight another day.
But as he got more popular and started acting like a protagonist, the rules changed. Protagonists need to spend more time in trouble than antagonists do, and writers had trouble creating much suspense for somebody who could not only heal from anything but could also just disappear when something wasn’t going his way.
The teleporters started going on the fritz or developing quirks, and finally Deadpool himself gave them up because they “made it too easy.” (Though he probably regretted that decision when he faced off against an evil version of Nightcrawler.)