Production on Deadpool 2 is well underway, and Ryan Reynolds is embracing the chimichangas once again. Recently, set photos surfaced online featuring Wade Wilson underneath his Deadpool mask, as he swoops into a kid’s birthday party. Now, more photos from the set have emerged courtesy of Just Jared. This time around, we see an unmasked Wade with a serious look on his face as rain pours down on him. Some of the photos also hint at an action scene in this setting.
Deadpool is obviously known for his inseparable sense of humor. His constant breaking of the fourth wall is a superpower in and of itself, and the comedy fits perfectly with Reynolds’ sensibilities as an actor.
However, Reynolds is also capable of seriousness as a performer. He knows how to sell his emotions right, and even showcased it in the first Deadpool movie during some of the more intimate scenes between him and Vanessa (Morena Baccarin).
What do you think is going through Wade’s mind in these photos? The images feature hint at a potential action scene on the road as it continues to rain, but at what point in the film’s story do you think this happens?
Sound off in the comments below and be sure to continue following Heroic Hollywood for all your latest news regarding Deadpool 2 and the rest of the X-Men franchise.
Meanwhile, you can see these set photos courtesy of Just Jared by clicking here.
Deadpool 2 will hit theaters on June 1, 2018.
Source: Just Jared
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