In the new DEADPOOL 2, the Merc with a mouth has assembled a team of mutants to stop Cable in his tracks. Learn more about this colorful cast of characters that make up the X-Force.
DEADPOOL 2’s trailers had a lot of people excited for X-Force. The idea of getting more LGBT characters and more characters of color had people pretty hype. Sadly, the movie kind of dropped the ball on the representation people were hoping for.
DEADPOOL 2 is out in theaters now, providing a sequel that is better than its predecessor. The best thing about this film is it’s plot, providing audiences with a Wade Wilson with some more dimension, and a story that makes more narrative sense than the first.
Will DEADPOOL 2 open the doors for a Fox Cinematic Universe?
Does the Fox/Disney pushback of release dates for NEW MUTANTS and GAMBIT suggest anything? Could only certain movies be MCU-worthy?
X-MEN is an extremely successful film franchise however, it has often struggled to develop some its core character. Instead, the films have focused on the character of Wolverine. The movies have to establish characters like Cyclops, Storm, and Jean Grey so the audience can have characters they emotionally connect to.
After LOGAN, there has been hesitancy over what would happen to the X-Men franchise. Fox’s announcement of next summer’s films should quiet those fears.