On Saturday, Reynolds shared a set-photo on Twitter and Instagram revealing that Deadpool will once again visit the X-Mansion, the building housing Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters and the headquarters of the X-Men.
“Dropped by the X-Mansion,” reads Reynolds note (in Deadpool character-speak) accompanying the set photo. “Big fucking surprise. No one’s home.”
The same photo was posted on Instagram with a nice shot taken at the X-Men’s Beast: “Dropped by X-Mansion. Looked closely for Beast’s lawn bombs before taking well deserved nap.”
The first peek we got of Deadpool 2 since the first film was a teaser around the release of Logan in which Deadpool delivered more of his perfect pitch, dark humor that does the original comic book justice.
The next installment of the franchise promises to be just as good as the first, with Deadpool facing a formidable enemy called Cable, played by Josh Brolin.
For the non-comic books geeks out there, Cable is easily one of the toughest characters in the entire Marvel universe, right up there with Wolverine, so we can expect the brutality mixed with classic Deadpool comedy to be ratcheted up to an entirely new level.