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First Look At Josh Brolin As CABLE

First Look At Josh Brolin As CABLE

Deadpool promised us we were going to see Cable in the sequel and that day is finally here. More specifically, we get our real first look at Josh Brolin as Cable.

Deadpool 2 is still pretty far away but the set photos and social media posts are flying in like Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Last week, we got our first look at Zazie Beetz as the probability-altering mutant mercenary Domino. Now, after months of teasing, we finally have a look at the movie’s other mutant addition: Deadpool’s long-time comrade and time-traveling maniac Cable. Wade Wilson himself, Ryan Reynolds, took to twitter to give us our first look at Josh Brolin as the legendary time traveling mutant:

 

Very Techno Virusey, huh? Cool. Cant’t wait to see the weapons in action!

Brolin has spent months working out and getting in shape for the role of Cable (aka. Nathan Summers), a time-traveling mutant with telepathic and telekinetic abilities. Cable and Deadpool are often paired together (albeit reluctantly) in the Marvel comics.

John Wick’s David Leitch is directing Deadpool 2. While the script is still officially in the hands of original film scribes Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, it was revealed that screenwriter extraordinaire Drew Goddard has been brought onboard to work on the film’s script as a consultant.

Deadpool 2 is set to arrive Summer 2018 but in the meantime, fans can follow Josh Brolin on Instagram to keep track of his fitness routines as he becomes Cable on Deadpool 2.

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