In either case, the numbers are looking great for Deadpool 2 just three weeks before its release on May 18th, 2018.
Deadpool was an instant success, pulling in $132 million domestically in its first weekend, and earned $783 million worldwide, making it the highest earning R-Rated film of all time.
This gag between the two had its start with the amazingly bad, X-Men Origins: Wolverine nine years ago.
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The website reports that on top of Zazie's three-deal contract to play Domino, a character rooted heavily in Deadpool and the X-Men universe, Brolin has also signed on for a second film in the mutant-central universe. Of course, in the comics they've enjoyed many a fight and many a team-up, often with truly gruesome results.
He then burst into 'Who Let The Dogs Out?' at the end, just to totally throw Jackman off. See the clip below.
"When you're trying to record a heartfelt birthday message. but are interrupted by the least greatest showman", Jackman wrote along with the video. Then, who's that lying on the bed in the background? " and Jackman can't help but join in".
Fans, and undoubtedly more than a few studio executives, have long hoped for a Wolverine/Deadpool crossover featuring Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds. The voice makes it clear that it's definitely Reynolds in his suit. Of course, Jackman insists he has hung up Wolverine's claws for good after enjoying arguably the flawless send-off in Logan. Unfortunately, that version of the character was widely criticized and the movie was also panned.