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– by Nick Doll

Everyone is well aware that Deadpool 2 is on the way next summer, but not as many people know that the next film featuring the merc with the mouth is already in development, and isn’t Deadpool 3. X-Force is on the way from writer/director Drew Goddard (writer of The Martian, creator of Netflix’s Daredevil, and writer/director on Cabin in the Woods), featuring an R-Rated team of mutants lead by Cable (Josh Brolin) and featuring both Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) and Domino (Zazie Beetz) back from Deadpool 2.

There is new evidence that suggests Deadpool may be donning his X-Force costume in Deadpool 2, even if it is just for a post-credit sequence. First, here is his most common X-Force costume as it appears in the comics:

Next, follow the link below to ComicBook.com to check out the Deadpool 2 set photo in question, highlighting Deadpool’s possible X-Force costume.

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTO POSSIBLY REVEALING X-FORCE COSTUME

Now, these grey costumes may just be battle worn, as the other suits we see in the photo are in various degrees of distress, based on what each scene calls for. But, the fact that this photo was removed from Ryan Reynolds’ Instagram after ComicBook.com posted their story on the X-Force costume, odds of these grey looking suits actually being connective tissue between Deadpool 2 and X-Force seems like a good bet, with Deadpool either donning them in the finale because his other suit is too sliced and diced, or appearing in a post-credits sequence that teases X-Force.

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Do you think the costumes in question are Deadpool’s X-Force uniform? Are you excited for X-Force, or would you rather get Deadpool 3 first? Let us know in the comment section below!

Deadpool 2 is out June 1, 2018. X-Force has not yet entered production and has no release date.

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SOURCE: ComicBook.com

  • Kindofabigdeal

    Id rather see the reveal during a trailer

  • Victor Roa

    great great and great, the problem with these X projects is they are all acting like children and refusing to play nice with anyone. You can have a teenage story as they learn their powers come onto their own, and you can have your sad loner who rebels with his rage, and you can have the snarky wild card who bucks the establishment….. this all can be connected it, they just have to try, but I’d imagine there is always a Jon Peters in this group who demands a giant spider in there.