‘Deadpool 2’ is currently the quirkiest and most talked about superhero film with the foul mouthed Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Josh Brolin who returns as ‘Cable’ post playing Thanos in his last superhero outing.
The hilarious trailers have already given a tantalizing glimpse of the fun to expect, but what’s left to see is the upgrade that Deadpool has got from his first installment. He also seems to have gallows humour of the no-holds-barred kind that made the character such a favorite among the audience. In the movie, Deadpool goes on a mission to rescue a child from Cable and creates a super team of heroes, called the X Force.
When asked about how it was while shooting the action-packed sequences and what we can expect from Deadpool 2, Ryan said, “Well, playing a guy that is allowed to make mistakes and is allowed to sort of at times be offensive and say the wrong thing at the exact wrong moment gives you tremendous artistic liberty. And it’s nice that he doesn’t really beat himself up for it, because at the end of the day, his agenda is something that's ultimately good. I mean, he inevitably wants to be better.” 'Deadpool 2' will hit theaters on 18th May.