‘Deadpool 2’ Set Photos Feature Wade Crashing A Kid’s Birthday

In this renaissance of superhero movies, no actor or actress seems to have more fun playing his or her character than Ryan Reynolds does as Deadpool. After the incredible success of his first standalone outing as the Merc with a Mouth, Reynolds has already fitted himself back into those red tights as production on Deadpool 2 has finally begun.

Tim Miller’s Deadpool is one of the most entertaining comic book films of the genre because of how it paid proper respect to the beloved Marvel antihero created by Rob Liefeld. There are sequences in that film that immediately come to mind that perfectly evoke the fun nature of Wade Wilson – particularly the “Captain Deadpool” montage that features the moment of Wade about to run a criminal over with a zamboni.

Now that production on Deadpool 2 is now underway, photos from the set are now appearing online. Thanks to Just Jared, fans can see images from the set of the David Leitch film.

These new images depict Deadpool crashing into a child’s birthday party. Along with his mask, Wade is also wearing a a blue sweater and sweatpants as he swoops into the party. Perhaps the kid’s parents were trying to find some entertainment for the party, and instead of a clown they call Deadpool in to bring in some fun times for the kids. If this were the case, hopefully no child gets hurt in the process.

You can see the photos from the set right here.

What do you think of these new set photos? Are you excited for what adventures Deadpool will be embarking on along with Domino and Cable? 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.

Deadpool 2 opens in theaters on June 1, 2018.

Source: Just Jared 

8 Reasons Why Fox Is Giving The MCU A Run For Their Money

20th Century Fox has been successful making superhero films for the last 17 years with the highly-popular X-Men franchise. Several films in this series have been regarded as some of the best superhero films of all time. This year’s Logan and last year’s Deadpool have proven that they are worthy competition to that of DC and to the MCU itself.

The quality of those films have set them apart from what is being done over in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the original superhero cinematic universe, it is easy to compare them to the MCU. They are and will probably continue to give the MCU a run for their money when it comes to making Marvel superhero epics. Click Next to continue!

Noah Villaverde

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