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DEADPOOL 2 Cast Continues To Grow

DEADPOOL 2 Cast Continues To Grow

The comic book film world continues to boil as news is constantly dropping about all the various films either out or soon to come. This one will be another taste teaser for the follow up film Deadpool 2, which will see a return of the Ryan Reynolds’s wise cracking and insane mercenary as well as other notable faces such as Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead.

The film will also feature some new faces, Josh Brolin as Cable, Zazie Beetz as the female sharp shooter, Domino and a recent add on, Shioli Kutsuna, who’s role is yet to be revealed but has been hinted to be a ‘key role’ by the studio that is producing the film. She has played opposite Jared Leto and has quite a few big and small screen works under her belt, both from here in the States and Japan.

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The first Deadpool movie, released 2016, was a huge hit breaking its expectation by the studio, 20th Century Fox, making $500 million in the global box office in just under two weeks. The film only cost $58 million to million to make, so the return was a clear indication that they were heading in the right direction.

Logan has been the only other Rated R comic book film released and just like Deadpool it was a huge hit with fans. The casting of Ryan Reynolds has as the Merc with the Mouth has been considered as one of the most accurate castings for many of the comic book films out now, especially for a character who had never be previously done.

Whoever Shioli Kutsuna’s character turns out to be will only add to what looks to be a great cast and possibly the making of another spot on Deadpool movie. The only question is how much cooler can they get?

Deadpool 2 will hit theaters on June 1, 2018.

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Source: Deadline

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