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In this edition of sequel bits:

  • Goosebumps 2 adds a new cast member
  • A scary-as-hell first look at The Nun
  • Alien has a new VR experience
  • Bryce Dallas Howard is wearing heels again for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, so brace yourselves for more hot takes
  • World War Z 2 is on hold
  • If you want more Deadpool, IMAX will screen a double-feature

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Deadpool 2 Peter Twitter

The biggest breakout star of the new Deadpool 2 trailer wasn’t Deadpool or Cable. Instead, it was Peter, the average-seeming individual played by Catastrophe star Rob Delaney. If you . need more Peter action, you’re in luck: the character has his own (verified) Twitter account.

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Final Deadpool 2 Trailer

Out of nowhere today came the final trailer for Deadpool 2, and it just might be the best one yet. For anyone worried that the sequel wasn’t going to replicate the attitude and fun of the first movie, this should put those concerns to rest.

The final Deadpool 2 trailer gives the impression that the writers had a little more confidence when it comes to throwing around references and slinging dirt. Not only does Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) flat out refer to Cable (played by Josh Brolin) as Thanos, but his character is so dark that he double checks to make sure he’s not from the DC universe. Read More »

fast and furious spin-off director

Deadpool 2 director David Leitch sat down for a new interview in which he offers up some details on the Fast and Furious spin-off Hobbs and Shaw, and provides a brief update on the potential for Atomic Blonde 2.

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Deadpool sequels

Get ready for a lot more Cable. Josh Brolin says there are plans for at least four films featuring the Deadpool character, set to make his debut in Deadpool 2. In other words, expect to see Cable in a few more Deadpool sequels.

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Cool Posts From Around the Web:

deadpool 2 tv spot

Who is “the kid” that everyone is so up in arms about in Deadpool 2? Played by Julian Dennison, the identity of the mysterious fire-controlling mutant has remained a mystery, even as Cable (Josh Brolin) tries to kill him and Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) assembles a whole team to protect him.

A new Deadpool 2 TV spot may have finally given us a hint about the identity of Dennison’s character. Sadly, it’s probably not Ricky Baker.

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deadpool 2 tv spots

Deadpool and The Walking Dead crossover would do amazing numbers, but it looks like the closest thing we’ll get to that are a few Deadpool 2 TV spots that aired after the season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.

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fast and furious spin-off

Update: Two months after he entered talks, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that David Leitch will direct the Fast and Furious spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham. Our original article follows below.

The Fast and Furious franchise might get a new family member.

Deadpool 2 and Atomic Blonde director David Leitch is reportedly in talks to helm the Fast and Furious spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.

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Deadpool 2 villain

The rumor that Deadpool 2 cut one of its villains, played by actor Jack Kesy, is false, according to one of the sequel’s screenwriters. Rhett Reese, the co-writer of Deadpool and Deadpool 2, shut down the rumor circulating the internet with a tweet.

Our original story continues below.

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Deadpool 2 may have just killed our chances of seeing one of its many supervillains. Rumor has it that a Deadpool 2 villain has been cut from the film, with actor Jack Kesy missing in action from promotional materials and test screenings.

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Avengers Infinity War Posters

The start of summer blockbuster season is just around the corner. In fact, things will kick off a little early with the arrival of Avengers: Infinity War in their bumped-up release date of April 27. That gives Earth’s mightiest heroes and their team-up with the Guardians of the Galaxy a little extra time to rake in the dough before the Merc with a Mouth arrives to take care of business in Deadpool 2 on May 18.

But both Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2 can co-exist on the big screen this summer, and their marketing campaigns are in full swing, complete with several new posters that have arrived from around the globe. A couple of the posters feature Easter eggs while the others just feature an overwhelming array of superheroes. Either way, the audience wins. Read More »