The anticipated Deadpool sequel gets a first video clip featuring Ryan Reynolds reprising his role as the quirky anti-superhero.
The video was recently posted by Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds himself, and features the character in a bit of an awkward situation when he attempts to rescue a man being mugged.
The video is a nice little tease of what we can expect when the sequel comes out in March 2018, featuring all the same type of humour we got from the first film.
Deadpool (2016) was a huge success for Fox studios and Marvel when it came out last year, as the first superhero offering with an R rating in America.
That meant all the profanity and violence you can poke a stick at, and it worked perfectly for everyone involved, including the fans.
The sequel will surely follow the same trend and the clip below serves as a nice appetiser while we wait for the next film’s release.
Reynolds is back of course, and the latest casting rumour is that David Harbour will be playing the role of Cable; a popular character from the comics that’s yet to receive the big screen adaptation.
The film will be directed by David Leitch, who was an uncredited co-director of the popular 2014 film John Wick.
Check out the video below.