The Merc with a Mouth as a Dad
What if Wade Wilson 2 in Deadpool 2 is a father? Can you imagine The Merc with a Mouth to be a dad? Well, that is originally the plan but his silly behavior surely makes it too complicated. So yeah, friends and fans, the beginning question was indeed, “What if Deadpool had a child?” Like, what if we started five years later and what it would be like?” Reynolds told EW. “By page 1.5, it was totally untenable. We were just like, ‘Nope. No, no, no. This is never, ever going to work.” There, Reynolds said it himself. We cannot expect that anymore. Sometimes it’s really funny to think about that, how could our hero with a twisted sense of humor take care of his child? Oh, we don’t know, maybe he’s going to change a bit? Will he? Will it ever affect his heroic escapades?
Let’s stop the unimaginable right there.
Let’s talk about how they came up with the plot of Deadpool 2. And now we know that Ryan Reynolds co-wrote the sequel with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. After they figured out that Deaedpool dad is not going to work right, they looked into the angle of Wilson desiring for a family but being unable to have one.
Coming Up With The Plot
“We went back to the drawing board and kind of reworked it in a way about wanting to have a child, which is something that so many people I know experience on a daily basis — wanting to have a child but can’t.
Reynolds described the first film as “love story masquerading as a comic-book movie,” and says the sequel is “kind of a family film masquerading as a comic-book film again.”
Deadpool is known for two things: killing people and saying whatever is on his mind — literally anything, justifying what he’s being called, the merc with a mouth. Still, it sounds like a line has been drawn in the sand as to what constitutes going too far for Deadpool, at least on the big screen.
Not All Jokes Made it To The Final Cut
We’re into his jokes, yes, we’re all into that. That makes him the unique hero we all fall in love with. Well, not all his jokes made to the movie’s final cut. Ryan himself revealed one particular topic that is no laughing matter.
“This is a sore spot for me because there’s a joke in the movie that is not in the now because — I’m probably not even allowed to say this — Fox made me take it out,” he tells Entertainment Weekly. “It had more to do with Disney, and they made me take it out. As I look back at it, I think maybe that was a wise decision.”
This isn’t really surprising, now that Disney is acquiring 20th Century Fox, the studio that makes the X-Men movie franchise that includes Deadpool 2. So there. After all, the trailers for the new Deadpool film already include light digs at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so what ended up on the cutting room floor was probably pretty extreme. There are just lines you don’t cross when it comes to Mickey Mouse and his insanely large kingdom.
The Mutant Kid and The Possible Restriction of Mutant Powers
Okay, on our previous article, we talked about brief details of the new characters and a deeper background of Cable, the sequel’s villain who time travelled to kill a mutant kid that could possibly be very affecting on our future that Cable is so desperate to change. So let’s talk a bit about this kid mutant that we really do not have an idea about. Let’s talk about him a bit, shall we?
The kid’s character is played by relative unknown Julian Dennison. In the trailer, we see him just standing around and his hands are glowing while smoke and destruction surround him. One of the things he seems to have blown up is an Immigration and Customs Enforcement car. Question, could it be that he’s an immigrant on the run from anti-mutant authorities and ICE? Ever noticed that curious device he’s wearing? Now this is really getting us even more excited for this coming sequel. Don’t worry, 18th of May is almost on our grasp.
Oh, and another thing to point out and speculate here, since we have very limited information on this sequel’s plot, could it be there is restriction of mutant powers? Notice that both the kid and Deadpool are seen wearing bulky black collars with little red lights on them. Hhhmm, question, who put those collars on them?
Well, guys, we’ll get all our answers on the 18th, and don’t forget to line up there as early as you can! Of course, that depends on your schedule. But hey, we can expect that Deadpool 2 will never fail to entertain us even more with its return for raunchy, violent superhero sequel.
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