Marvel was, in fact, in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday night this year. Only, it wasn't Marvel Studios teasing the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it was Deadpool making its triumphant return since debuting the first footage from the first film back in 2015. And the return did not disappoint.
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Deadpool 2 is so packed with references and jokes about every single genre and property imaginable (and some unimaginable, too), trying to cover them all comprehensively is basically impossible. So we're going with quality over quantity instead: These are our favourite surprises - the characters, references, one-liners, and more - in a film chock full of truly wonderful batshit insanity.
Deadpool 2 had a weird marketing campaign. One of its earliest salvos was an odd trailer that featured Deadpool playing out the role of Bob Ross. The trailer, which was full of Easter Eggs and gags, spawned a host of fan theories about the final film. And the film's credits contain a nod to one of the biggest.
Deadpool 2 is upon us, in which the Merc with a Mouth has to form a team of his own to fight off Cable - the X-Force. The team has an important history in the comics, and although Deadpool 2's version is a little different, it's still packed with new faces that have some Marvel Comics history. Here's what you should know before sitting down in theatres.
Deadpool 2 is looking to finally bring Cable from the pages of Marvel comics to the big screen. But there's one daunting aspect of that -- how do you explain a comic book history as complex and as absurd as Cable has? For now, it sounds like the answer is to avoid as much of it as possible. Allow us to explain why that's an extremely good idea.