Julian Dennison, who was recently seen in Deadpool 2 but who will always be Ricky Baker to me, has joined the Godzilla vs. Kong cast. Adam Wingard is directing the entry in the so-called MonsterVerse.
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We’re just a couple days out from the first sneak preview screenings of Deadpool 2 on Thursday evening, when the most excited and hardcore Deadpool fans will be flocking to theaters to see what the smart-mouthed sequel has to offer. However, if you’re one of those people who ruined your life with kids, has some stupid responsibility, or are stuck under a refrigerator and can’t make it to Deadpool 2 this weekend, we’ve got something to hold you over.
A new Deadpool 2 clip has surfaced online featuring Ryan Reynolds arriving at a tense stand-off as the Merc with a Mouth alongside the X-Men. It appears authorities are having some trouble with a kid named Russell (Julian Dennison, calling himself Firefist) letting his powers get out of control. Deadpool, Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) come in to squash the situation, but it turns out they may only be exacerbating it. Read More »
Dear diary, I never thought it would happen to me – I never thought I would like Deadpool 2. And yet here we are, with me left feeling confused as well as amused. How did this happen?
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Much like its predecessor, Deadpool 2 is less a movie than a smirky, feature-length meme generator. Though the sequel has a new director and some new cast members, Deadpool 2 is unsurprisingly doubling down on what made the first film such a big hit, including jokes about exactly how big of a hit at the box office it was, as well as plenty of other fourth-wall-breaking moments. Considering that the original was successful, it’s somewhat predictable that this sequel is going to the same well of snark and glib ultra-violence, but this is just as obnoxious as its predecessor, if not more so. Read More »
Deadpool 2 is hitting theaters in a little over a week, and we’ll finally get to see what kind of trouble the Merc with the Mouth gets into this time. So far we know that Wade Wilson feels compelled to stop the steel-armed, glow-eyed mutant Cable from killing a kid named Russell, played by Julian Dennison from Hunt for the Wilderpeople. But Deadpool almost had a kid of his own to protect in the original draft for Deadpool 2. Read More »
Moving Deadpool 2‘s release date up a few weeks is apparently going to pay off. Early Deadpool 2 box office tracking suggests the raunchy superhero sequel is on a path to have a bigger opening than 2016’s Deadpool.
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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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This morning brought a Deadpool 2 trailer that is absolutely packed to the gills with new footage from the sequel starring Ryan Reynolds as the wise-cracking, red-suited mercenary who never knows when to shut up. It’s the most we’ve seen from the Marvel sequel yet, and it includes some interesting character reveals, new details on the plot, and some hints on how the X-Men universe will continue to expand.
Let’s dig into the new footage with our Deadpool 2 trailer breakdown. Read More »
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The new Deadpool 2 trailer arrived this morning, and unlike the previous teases for the sequel from 20th Century Fox, it doesn’t feature any meta bookends or silly gags to open the footage. Instead, this is just a good old-fashioned movie trailer with nothing but scenes from the movie itself.
Since the Deadpool 2 trailer is so chock full of footage, that means we get a good glimpse at several new characters who were only very briefly seen in the previous trailers, not to mention one new character that we’ve never seen before. Terry Crews, Bill Skarsgård, Shioli Kutsuna and Julian Dennison are all prominently featured in the trailer, but who are they playing? Let’s figure it out below. Read More »
Julian Dennison didn’t choose the superhero life, the superhero life chose him.
Or rather, that’s how I like to think negotiations went down when the breakout star from Hunt for the Wilderpeople was announced to join the cast of Deadpool 2 — via a very fitting Instagram photo from Ryan Reynolds depicting the diminutive Dennison being given a piggy back ride by Deadpool.
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