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‘Deadpool 2’ Screenwriter Rhett Reese Debunks ‘X-Force’ Post-Credit Rumor

‘Deadpool 2’ Screenwriter Rhett Reese Debunks ‘X-Force’ Post-Credit Rumor

The one thing that makes posting “scoops” a dangerous business is that many people connected with these projects are active on Twitter and can quickly debunk a story. This is one of the reasons we’re extremely careful what we post and why we’ve had limited exclusives. Well, yesterday it was claimed by ComicBook that Fox

REALITY CHECK: Marvel Confirms Josh Brolin’s Contract Doesn’t Conflict With Cable Role

It was recently announced that 20th Century Fox and X-Men producers had cast Josh Brolin as Nathan Summers aka Cable in a four-picture deal that includes Deadpool 2, Deadpool 3, X-Force, and an untitled fourth X-Men project. Of course, sites smelling a snappy headline pushed the fabricated theory that this would mean that Josh Brolin

FEATURE: Mutant Baddies Perfect For R-Rated ‘Deadpool’ and ‘X-Force’ Films

X-Men franchise producer and screenwriter Simon Kinberg has finally given the impression that the villain Mister Sinister might indeed be on his way soon. While speaking with CinemaBlend during the press tour for Logan the producer mentioned that there is some interest in finally giving the villain his feature film debut. Kinberg also revealed that

Could Former ‘Deadpool 2’ Candidate Drew Goddard End Up Writing/Directing ‘Deadpool 3’?

It was just reported by Collider, that Oscar-nominated screenwriter Drew Goddard (Cabin In The Woods, The Martian, Cloverfield, Daredevil) would be a consultant on the Deadpool 2 script. One interesting aspect, Drew Goddard was once in the mix to direct Deadpool 2 after Tim Miller exited last year. Leitch’s name first emerged Monday, but insiders said the studio

Could ‘Ghost In The Shell’ Director Rupert Sanders Tackle X-Force Focused ‘Deadpool 3’?

It was recently confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter that John Wick co-director David Leitch will indeed direct Deadpool 2. Leitch’s name surfaced just days after Miller’s exit, although the producers and studio had other filmmakers such as Rupert Sanders, Drew Goddard and Magnus Martens on their to-meet list. Leitch met with Reynolds in New York