- Deadpool 2 releases on May 18
- Josh Brolin plays the villain in the movie
- He stars as an antagonist named Cable
"Kiss me like you miss me," was the response. Okay, then.
Romance aside, soon Josh Brolin, who plays the villain, introduces himself as: "My name is Cable. I'm here for the kid." While Deadpool takes some time to register the new villain, he makes up his mind to not let him win. Of course, not! "We're going to form a super-duper f****ng group. We need them tough, morally flexible and young enough to carry their own franchise for 10-12 years. We'll be known as X-Force," he says and builds his A-Team indeed. (Hope you didn't miss the superhero franchise reference.) One of the typically Deadpool punchlines also makes a hilarious reference to Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants (Blake Lively starred in it).
"Doing the right thing is messy but if you wanna fight for what's right, sometimes, you have to fight dirty," he adds and oh boy, he means every word of it. Throughout the rest of the trailer Deadpool fights with guns, fists, swords, kicks and what not.
This is how Ryan Reynolds aka Deadpool reviewed the trailer on Twitter: "Deadpool 2. Falling somewhere between The Godfather 2 and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. LOL.
Deadpool 2. Falling somewhere between The Godfather 2 and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. pic.twitter.com/pdbjGJs18c— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 22, 2018
The cast of Deadpool 2 also includes names like Brianna Hildebrand, Zazie Beetz, Terry Crews, T.J. Miller and Jack Kesy. Deadpool 2 will be directed by David Leitch and is scheduled to arrive in theatres on May 18.
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