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New Deadpool 2 TV Spot Shows Colossus Helping Wade Become X-Men

Still of Deadpool from Deadpool 2 Trailer/ 20th Century Fox

New Deadpool 2 TV Spot Shows Colossus Helping Wade Become X-Men

20th Century Fox has rolled out a brand new Deadpool 2 TV spot which showcases the Merc with a Mouth training to join the X-Men.

In the TV spot, Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) tells Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) that he can easily join the X-Men with proper training. But Wade doesn’t agree with Colossus as he explains that he’s not X-Men material at all, in fact, he is not even a virgin.

Interestingly, the next moment, the Merc with a Mouth is seen wearing a crop-topped X-Men shirt over his usual outfit approaching the mysterious kid Russell (Julian Dennison). He introduces himself to Russell as an X-Men. Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) clarifies that he’s still an X-Men in training. You can check out the new Deadpool 2 TV spot below.

According to the comic book storyline, Deadpool won’t make it out of the training stage with the X-Men. He will do something that will force him out of the superhero group. He will then create his own supergroup, the X-Force, in order to save the kid that Josh Brolin’s time-traveling Cable is running behind. Wade gathers together some key mutant allies in order to stop Cable.

As seen in the Deadpool 2 trailers, the X-Force will also include Zazie Beets as Domino, Terry Crews as Bedlam, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead as well as Lewis Tan’s Shatterstar. Colossus, played by Stefan Kapicic, will also have an expanded role that will be quite important to the film’s overarching plot. Deadpool 2 is likely to set the stage for Drew Goddard’s X-Force spinoff movie which is next in the pipeline. The filming on the project is slated to get underway sometime later this year.

During a recent interview with Fandango, Deadpool 2 director David Leitch explained what sets the sequel apart from the original film.

We wanted to make sure that it was worthy of a summer tentpole movie, and we knew we were going to be wedged in between some big films,” Leitch said. “We did our best to expand the action, and in a general sense, just make it bigger. In terms of the tone, and the fun and the DNA of a Deadpool movie, you’re going to get everything you expect and more.”

Deadpool 2 is premiering in theatres on May 18, 2018.

Via: Comicbook




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