Watch Deadpool dance in heels alongside Celine Dion in new promo
The new promo clip for Deadpool 2 is an epic combination of Ryan Reynolds in heels, Celine Dion, modern dance and a philharmonic orchestra. Because Deadpool doesn’t do things by halves.
Reynolds shared a new promo clip for the upcoming movie on his Twitter account and it features famous warbler Dion.
The singer commands the stage – as usual – in a white gown while Marvel’s favourite anti-hero prances around her, gracing the planks with sleek and sexy moves – all while sporting stilettos.
The video is about four minutes long and also features scenes from the movie.
It was watched 66,000 times in less than 20 minutes and gathered 6,300 likes at time of publication.
Fans loved it, but one burning question still needs to be answered: Is it Reynolds himself giving it his all under the spandex costume? The star has not confirmed it yet.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) 3 May 2018
Deadpool 2, which will be released on May 15, is one of 2018’s most anticipated releases.
Reynold reprises his role as lovable hitman Deadpool, with Josh Brolin also appearing as new anti-hero Cable.
But the movie might not be followed by a third outing.
The actor told Starnews Korea, “It’s an odd thing to say but I don’t think there will be a Deadpool 3.”
“I think going forward it would be an X-Force movie, which would be his team, so to speak.”
The X-Force will be an important plot point in Deadpool 2.
The Russo brothers’ superhero flick registered the biggest opening weekend of any movie of all time in the US with a total of $257 million.
It surpassed Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ record of $247.9 million. Worldwide, Infinity War made $630 million, crushing The Fate of the Furious’ own record of $541 million.
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As the movie is yet to open in China on 11 May, Avengers‘ total box office will certainly continue going up, smashing other records along the way.
In other Marvel-related news, it was revealed this week that Black Panther has indeed ditched a storyline which was canon in the comics where Okoye (Danai Gurira) was in a lesbian relationship with fellow royal guard Ayo (Florence Kasumba).
A recently-released deleted scene shows Okoye arguing with W’Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya) who is officially presented as her husband, confirming that there was no lesbian romance in sight.
Director Ryan Coogler confirmed: “Making the scene was the intention for the audience to really realise that Okoye and W’Kabi were husband and wife.
“They had a confrontation, or like, an argument about where Wakanda was going to go after T’Challa’s death in the tribal council room,” he added, talking to USA Today.