Check out the fantastic over the top action packed return of the merx with the mouth.
The new trailer opens with our cool hero running for dear life and meeting his good old pal Dopinder the cab driver from the previous film again. What follows is the devil may care attitude we have come to expect with this cool super hero whose devil may care attitude and x rated tongue in cheek ups the ante is this fantastic sequel. In this over the top trailer Deadpool declares that he’s forming a group that is as all comic book fans is the. X-Men spin off group X-Force. Morena Baccarin returns as the sexy girl friend Vanessa.
We get Josh Brolin as the classic time-travelling X-Force member/leader Cable, who tells Deadpool he has to kill “the kid,” in order to save the future. Wade doesn’t want him to carry this mission out. The kid that Cable is talking about is shown standing around with his hands glowing while wreckage smokes around him. The conflict between these two antagonists is going to make this film the best super hero sequel of the year!
The rest of the trailer gives is superb action in the mould of Kill Bill/Classic Bond films and better than any other action films you have seen so far. Looks like the makers of this fabulous sequel have thrown in the kitchen sink to make this super hero film the one that raises the raise the bar so high that all other superhero films will have to go back to the drawing board.
A superb return from Ryan Reynolds , hitting us all in the solar- pleus with the wicked sense of humour and violent streak. He is on fire in this superior sequel.
Deadpool 2 is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It is intended to be the eleventh installment in the X-Men film series, and a sequel to the 2016 film Deadpool. The film is directed by David Leitch from a script by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and Ryan Reynolds, with Reynolds starring in the title role alongside Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison, Zazie Beetz, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Jack Kesy, and Stefan Kapičić.
Plans for a sequel to Deadpool began before that film’s release, and were confirmed in February 2016. Though the original creative team of Reynolds, Reese, Wernick, and director Tim Miller were quickly set to return for the second film, Miller left the project in October 2016 due to creative differences with Reynolds, and was soon replaced by Leitch. An extensive casting search took place to fill the role of Cable, with Brolin ultimately cast; the casting of Beetz as Domino was also noteworthy. Filming took place in British Columbia, Canada, from June to October 2017. During filming, stunt woman Joi “SJ” Harris died in a motorcycle accident.
Deadpool 2 is scheduled to be released on May 16, 2018 in the United Kingdom, and two days later on May 18, 2018 in the United States. A sequel, Deadpool 3, is in development.
- Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson / Deadpool:
A wisecracking mercenary with accelerated healing but severe scarring over his body after undergoing an experimental regenerative mutation.
- Josh Brolin as Nathan Summers / Cable:
A time travelling cybernetic mutant soldier, “in many ways the opposite of Deadpool”. Brolin signed a four-film deal to play the character, and described his appearance here as just the introduction for the character, with “a lot to be revealed, but there’s three more movies to reveal more.”
- Morena Baccarin as Vanessa: An escort and Wilson’s fiancée.
- Julian Dennison
- Zazie Beetz as Neena Thurman / Domino:
A mercenary with the mutant ability to manipulate luck. Beetz began “doing strength conditioning, so that’s like working out everyday” when she got the role, for which she has to “be shooting guns, I fight and a lot of that movement is full body and physical.”
- T.J. Miller as Weasel: Wilson’s best friend, the owner of a bar frequented by mercenaries.
- Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead:
A teenage X-Man with the mutant power to detonate atomic bursts from her body, she is now a “new level of X-Men” after being a trainee in the first film. Hildebrand felt that “it’s cool that she’s grown and matured and she still has so much of this essence of a punk kid” from the first film, and added that the character would have a “cooler” costume in the sequel.
- Jack Kesy as Black Tom Cassidy: A mutant who can manipulate energy through plants.
- Stefan Kapičić as the voice of Colossus:
An X-Man with the mutant ability to transform his entire body into organic steel. Kapičić described Colossus as one of the most important characters in the film, requiring a more intense process for Kapičić during recording for the character. He explained that Colossus would continue to try make Deadpool a better person and potential X-Man after doing so in the first film.
Additionally, Leslie Uggams and Karan Soni return as Deadpool’s elderly roommate Blind Al and the taxi driver Dopinder, respectively, from the first film. Shioli Kutsuna, Eddie Marsan, Terry Crews, Rob Delaney and Bill Skarsgård have been cast in undisclosed roles.
Producer Simon Kinberg revealed in September 2015 that discussions had begun regarding ideas for a sequel to Deadpool, which was set to be released in February 2016. One idea was for the film to introduce the character Cable, who had previously been looked at to appear in the first Deadpool, and X-Men: Days of Future Past before that. Cable’s inclusion in the potential sequel was confirmed by the character Deadpool, breaking the fourth wall, in the post-credit scene of the first film. Domino, a character with connections to Cable in the comics, was also believed to be featured in the sequel. By the first film’s release, 20th Century Fox had green-lit a sequel, with writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick returning to write the screenplay. Though director Tim Miller and producer/star Ryan Reynolds were not confirmed for the sequel at the time, Fox was “intent on keeping the creative team together”. Miller and Reynolds’ involvement was confirmed at the 2016 CinemaCon that April, though Miller had still not formally signed on to direct the sequel yet. He began work developing the script with the writers, while Reynolds had signed a new contract granting him “casting approval and other creative controls”.
In June 2016, Kinberg said that a completed draft from Wernick and Rheese was expected “soon”, and that they were looking to begin filming the sequel at the beginning of 2017. By August, Kyle Chandler was believed to be in the running to portray Cable. Testing of actresses for Domino had also begun by October, with the shortlist of actresses under consideration including Lizzy Caplan, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sienna Miller, Sofia Boutella, Stephanie Sigman, Sylvia Hoeks, Mackenzie Davis, Ruby Rose, Eve Hewson, and Kelly Rohrbach. The producers were particularly interested in casting a black or Latina actress in the role.
At the end of October, Miller left the film over “mutual creative differences” with Reynolds. The rift between the pair was reportedly based on several factors, including Reynolds’ expanded creative control over the sequel; Miller’s wish for a more stylized follow-up than the first film, versus Reynolds’ focus “on the raunchy comedy style that earned the first movie its R rating”; and Miller’s intention to cast Chandler as Cable, which Reynolds opposed. Fox ultimately backed “its marketable star” over Miller, who had made his directorial debut with the first film. Miller denied these reported reasons, while Reynolds said, “All I can really add is that I’m sad to see him off the film. Tim’s brilliant and nobody worked harder on Deadpool than he did.” A week after Miller’s departure, Fox was looking at David Leitch, Drew Goddard, Magnus Martens, and Rupert Sanders as potential replacements for the director. Leitch was the “strong frontrunner” for the role, and signed on to direct a month later. Reynolds, a fan of Leitch’s John Wick, said the director “really understands those Deadpool sensibilities and where we need to take the franchise from here.” He added that Leitch “can make a movie on an ultra tight minimal budget look like it was shot for 10–15 times what it cost.”
In January 2018, the film’s release was moved up to May 18, 2018. A month later, Terry Crews was revealed to have a role in the film, the character Shatterstar was confirmed to be appearing, and the production returned to Vancouver for reshoots under a new working title, Daisy. The reshoots lasted for six days. While some reports emerged by mid-March claiming that the reshoots were due to poor audience responses during test screenings of the film, and consisted of sweeping changes, the film was soon confirmed to be testing better than the previous film with test audiences, up to 98 out of 100 over three different tests (compared to a maximum score of 91 during tests of the first film). Because of this, the reshoots were adding more of the elements that audiences responded positively to, including additional material featuring Cable and Domino. By the end of March, two hours-worth of filming had taken place in Los Angeles for a then-secret cameo appearance.
For the Fox presentation at CineEurope 2017 in June, Reynolds made a video message featuring himself in costume as Deadpool from the film’s set. The first teaser poster, which pays homage to Norman Rockwell‘s 1943 painting Freedom from Want, was released that November. Justin Carter of Comic Book Resources found it “oddly appropriate for Deadpool 2 to co-opt [this] iconic work for a modern pop culture audience” as it is “true to Deadpool’s incredibly referential nature.” Eric Diaz of Nerdist said, “It strikes exactly the irreverent tone you’d expect for the Deadpool sequel.” The first footage from the film debuted the following week, at the end of a video where Reynolds (in-character as Deadpool) parodies Bob Ross and his television show The Joy of Painting. The video was described by The Hollywood Reporter‘s Ryan Parker as “completely out of left field” and setting the tone perfectly for the film, though his colleague Graeme McMillan was less positive due to not knowing of Ross (Deadpool co-creator Fabian Nicieza thought the fact that many in the audience wouldn’t know of Ross made the video “exactly the kind of quirky pop culture choice that works perfectly for Deadpool“). Parker added, “This trailer only showed a few seconds from the film, but fans will be talking about it all day” because of the presentation, unlike “any other trailer which would have shown so little of the product.”
Rather than pay for an expensive advertisement spot during Super Bowl LII, the film’s official Twitter account was used to “live tweet” the event with commentary as if the character Deadpool was watching it. A new trailer for the film was released later that week, focusing on introducing Cable. Parker felt that “Reynolds and company have completely changed the trailer game. The formula of just showing some of the actual movie, but with a tiny story thrown in is such an incredible marketing idea.” McMillan and their colleague Aaron Couch praised the trailer playing on the visual effects for Cable’s arm not being finished, noting it as a joke about the visual effects to remove Henry Cavill‘s mustache from Justice League. The group collectively praised the overall marketing for the franchise, with McMillan suggesting that the campaign for the sequel may surpass that of the first Deadpool.
By November 2016, with development underway on Deadpool 2, Fox was also planning Deadpool 3, which was said to include the team X-Force. With the confirmation that Leitch would direct Deadpool 2, it was revealed that Fox was looking for a separate filmmaker to direct Deadpool 3. In March 2017, Reese clarified that though Deadpool 2 sets-up the X-Force team, a future film focused on the team would be separate from Deadpool 3, “so I think we’ll be able to take two paths. [X-Force] is where we’re launching something bigger, but then [Deadpool 3 is] where we’re contracting and staying personal and small.” After the proposed acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney was announced in December 2017, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that Deadpool would be integrated with the Marvel Cinematic Universe under Disney, and that the company would be willing to make future R-rated Deadpool films “as long as we let the audiences know what’s coming”.