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Check out concept art for a Fantastic Four cameo in Tim Miller's Deadpool 2 DEADPOOL 2 contained more than its fair share of easter-eggs and cameos, but there were plenty which were left on the floor during development, including an appearance from the Fantastic Four themselves. DEADPOOL 2 screenwriter Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick had previously discussed an idea for Chris Evans to reprise his role as the Human Torch during the X-Force auditions, but there was apparently a... Read More...

Canceled Fantastic Four Cameos Revealed in Deadpool 2 Concept Art Original Deadpool 2 director Tim Miller planned to bring the Fantastic Four reboot cast into his sequel.

‘Deadpool 2’ Director David Leitch on Overcoming Sequelitis, Franchise’s Future David Leitch admitted he was reluctant to step into the director’s chair for “Deadpool 2” after Tim Miller’s 2016 original became a global phenomenon. “I never really thought I would want to do a sequel because I like to create worlds,” he told TheWrap, noting that Ryan Reynolds’ R-rated superhero film breaking various records and capturing the hearts of fans all over the world. But the star himself persuaded the “Atomic Blonde” director to come on board. “Ryan told me it would be most fun film to work on.

Deadpool Two Year Anniversary Edition Blu-ray coming in hot April 24th DEADPOOL 2 doesn't hit theaters until May 18th, which leaves you plenty of time to watch the 2016 original before snuggling up to the Merc with a Mouth for another round of naughty comic book-style shenanigans. What's that? You don't own a copy of Tim Miller's DEADPOOL? You just never got around to picking it up? What's this about priorities? Okay, listen, you and I... Read More...

‘Deadpool’s Tim Miller Is Reportedly Working On An X-Men Solo Movie For Kitty Pryde Fox Collider reports Deadpool director Tim Miller is developing (and may also direct) a solo movie for the X-Men’s Kitty Pryde, a character who can pass through solid objects (among other powers like disrupting electromagnetic fields) and was most recently played by Ellen Page in X-Men: Days of Future Past. There’s no guarantee the project will go ahead, however. It depends on whether Disney, which now owns the X-Men, wants it. If they do want a Kitty Pryde solo movie, it would likely come after Simon Kinberg’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Live-Action Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Is Speeding into Development For a renowned speedster, Sonic the Hedgehog sure is taking a long time to make it to theaters. But the finish line is starting to come into view. Paramount is officially developing a Sonic the Hedgehog live action movie with Fast and Furious producer Neal H. Moritz and Deadpool director Tim Miller producing, and Miller’s frequent Blur Studio collaborator Jeff Fowler helming the video game adaptation in his directorial debut. Paramount Pictures picked up the project after Sony Entertainment put the project at the backburner, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Deadpool’s Tim Miller Lands Gig As Director of Adaptation Of Cyberpunk Novel Neuromancer The world just a little bit bleaker the day we learned that Deadpool director Tim Miller would be dropping out of Deadpool 2. Deadpool was a film that’s been a long time in the making, and the fact that one of its key architects wouldn’t be around for the second one was a bit of a gut punch to fans of the first. However, there was a bright side to this sad bit of news.

Deadpool 2: T.J. Miller Says The Film Won’t Be A Retread Of The First One The first Deadpool film was one that was many years in the making. Following the character’s appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, fans were anxious to see what Ryan Reynolds would bring to Deadpool in a film of his own. Sadly, they would have to wait a solid seven years (and one failed Green Lantern movie) before we could see that become a reality.

Leslie Uggams will return as Blind Al for Deadpool 2 Ryan Reynolds easily won the day in DEADPOOL, but the supporting cast fleshed out the film with equal hilarity, especially T.J. Miller as his chum, Weasel. But another scene stealing performance came from the Leslie Uggams, who played Blind Al in the film and who has confirmed she will be indeed returning for DEADPOOL 2. While speaking with Black Film about her role in the upcoming HBO film, THE IMMORTAL... Read More...

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