DEADPOOL Writers Confirm Three Major Characters To Return For Sequel

Colossus, Negasonic Teenage Warhead will thankfully return in 'Deadpool 2'

If you enjoyed the giant metal Russian and the sullen adolescent Sinead O'Connor/Ripley from 'AlienĀ³' lookalike in 2016's 'Deadpool, ' you'll be glad to hear they'll be joining the Merc with a Mouth in the sequel.

"I think we can say, yeah they'll be in the sequel", Reese told Collider, with Wernick confirming "They'll at least make an appearance". "We have outlines and stories for a number of different films".

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers of last year's break-out global hit Deadpool, have confirmed the return of some major characters to the sequel, which is now in development.

That's right, Colossus, AKA Piotr Rasputin, and Negasonic Teenage Warhead, AKA "what the s**t?! Yeah, they'll be in the sequel", added Reese.

RHETT REESE: There is a responsibility we have to the X-Force universe, and I do think we will not disappoint the fans going into Deadpool 2 and then setting up X-Force and beyond. How do we get that across in a two hour movie?' I think we're going to distill him down to his essence.

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As previously mentioned, Leitch, who boasts an extensive background in performing and coordinating stunts, has directed two films including the 2014 sleeper hit John Wick and The Coldest City starring Charlie Theron, which is due out on August 11, 2017.

It makes sense that Colossus and Negasonic might not feature too heavily in 'Deadpool 2.' Like its predecessor, this is first and foremost a solo movie, so Ryan Reynolds will obviously remain the primary focus as the wise-cracking, fourth-wall-breaking Wade Wilson. Miller was developing the Deadpool 2 script with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and it's not clear how far along they were in that regard.

Deadpool broke every box-office record an R-rated movie can break, and even boasted the biggest opening weekend of any of 20th Century Fox's X-Men movies (regardless of rating).

The dialogue between Deadpool and Dopinder was undoubtedly entertaining stuff, including the cab driver taking a bit of a dark turn by kidnapping another man who was vying for a woman that he had his heart set on.

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