Superhero films are really in their prime at the moment and one need only look at the takings from such productions as confirmation. As the year goes by, we've still a load of superhero films heading our way, and a lot of them come from Marvel; their latest production is just around the corner.
As most of you will know, 'Deadpool 2' is to hit cinemas on 15th May. The sequel to the 2016 success is currently undergoing thorough promotion ahead of its release. Despite the sequel not having even premiered yet, the minds behind 'Deadpool' are already thinking about a spin-off called 'X-Force'.
One 'Deadpool' actor won't be appearing in the spin-off though, and that's T.J. Miller. Following a string of scandals, including causing a panic over a false bomb threat and accusations of sexual abuse, it appears as though the actor has finally been dismissed. Ryan Reynolds confirmed the news recently, although he didn't give much of an explanation, nor did he reveal how the actor's absence would affect the storyline.
'Deadpool 2' is set to bring with it just as much black humour as the original film and this time, we'll be introduced to a new face. Deadpool and Cable were both once part of the X-Force and now, the latter character will be making an appearance in the upcoming 'Deadpool 2'. Cable is a bionic being with the ability to travel through time.