Deadpool 2 is a upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It's meant to be the eleventh episode in the X-Men movie collection, and a sequel to this 2016 movie Deadpool. In Deadpool 2, Deadpool forms the group X-Force to guard a young mutant.
Plans for a sequel to Deadpool started earlier the release of that film, and were verified in February 2016. Miller abandoned the project in October 2016 due to creative differences with Reynolds although the creative group of director Tim Miller, and also Reynolds Wernick were quickly set to return for the movie, and was soon replaced by Leitch. A comprehensive casting search happened to fill Cable's use, together with Brolin throw; the casting of Beetz as Domino was also notable. Filming took place in British Columbia, Canada, from June.
Deadpool two is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 18, 2018. A sequel is currently in development.
Producer Simon Kinberg disclosed that discussions had begun seeing ideas for a sequel to Deadpool, which was set to be published in February 2016. One idea was for the movie to introduce X-Men: Days of Future Past prior to that, and the personality Cable, who had been looked in to appear at the Deadpool. The character Deadpool confirmed Cable's addition in the sequel, breaking the fourth wall, at the scene of the film. A personality with connections to Cable from the comic books, domino, was believed to be featured in the sequel.  From the release of the very first film, 20th Century Fox'd a sequel that is green-lit, with Paul Wernick and writers Rhett Reese returning to write the screenplay. Though manager Tim Miller and producer/star Ryan Reynolds were not supported for the sequel at the time, Fox was "intent on keeping the creative team collectively".  Miller and Reynolds' participation was verified in the 2016 CinemaCon that April, though Miller had still not officially signed to direct the sequel. He began work creating the script with all the authors, although Reynolds had a knockout post signed a fresh contract granting him "casting approval along with other creative controllers".
It has to tonally and stylistically be original and as fresh . That is a huge challenge particularly because they had 10 years to gestate on the first film and we don't have that sort of time around the second movie. That is the largest mandate moving the second movie ... we have to resist the temptation to make it larger.
Back in June 2016, Kinberg stated that a finished draft from Wernick and Rheese was expected "shortly", which they were looking to start filming the continuation at the beginning of 2017. August, Kyle Chandler thought to be in the running. The manufacturers were curious about casting a black or Latina actress.
In the end of October, Miller left the movie over "mutual creative differences" with Reynolds. The rift between the pair was allegedly based on several things, including Reynolds' enlarged creative control over the sequel ; Miller's desire for a more stylized follow-up than the original film, compared to Reynolds' focus "on the raunchy comedy style that got the first movie its R rating"; and Miller's aim to cast Chandler as Cable, that Reynolds opposed. Fox finally endorsed "its marketable star" over Miller, who'd left his directorial debut with the very first movie. Miller denied those reported motives, while Reynolds said, " I can add is that I'm sad to see him off the film. Tim's amazing and nobody worked harder over Deadpool than he did" A week after Miller's death, Fox looked at Rupert Sanders, Drew Goddard, Magnus Martens, and David Leitch as replacements for the manager. Leitch was the "powerful frontrunner" for its function, and signed on to lead a month later.  Reynolds a lover of Leitch's John Wick stated the director "really understands those Deadpool sensibilities and where we will need to take the franchise from here." He even added that Leitch "can make a movie on an ultra tight minimum budget look like it was shot for 10--15 times what it cost."