Ryan Reynolds Will Star in 'Six Underground' Directed by Michael Bay

  • Ryan Reynolds Will Star in 'Six Underground' Directed by Michael Bay

Ryan Reynolds Will Star in 'Six Underground' Directed by Michael Bay

Michael Bay, Ryan Reynolds, and Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are teaming up for a Netflix action movie. "For me, I was literally losing sleep over it though, I was thinking 'oh my god, how are we going to do this, am I going to have to call Hugh and ask him to shoot this chunk that looks exactly like a movie he's already done?' I can't think of a worse hell for a human being to do". While Bay was able to make five Transformers movies, his non-franchise films like 13 Hours and Pain and Gain didn't match the box office of his giant toy commercials. Although I will give "Deadpool 2" credit, it's not for lack of trying.

I have to admit, I wasn't the biggest fan of 2016's R-rated superhero sensation "Deadpool".

In the movie's post-credits scene, Deadpool uses Cable's (Josh Brolin) watch to travel back in time, rectifying a number of events-including preventing the deaths of Peter (Rob Delaney) and Vanessa (Morena Baccarin).

"The suicide scene is in there, and there's a scene in the mansion in the kitchen over breakfast", Leitch added. There's a lot of fun little bits, and then a lot of alts!

"We had a scene in the kitchen in the X Mansion, which is one of our favorites", confirmed Rhett Reese.

However, the first half of "Deadpool 2" follows in the footsteps of its predecessor in that the film's appeal to my comic book fanboy side just wasn't enough to create a truly enjoyable experience when I simply felt uninvested in anything that was happening on screen. "You see Deadpool say 'ejaculated into a soap dispenser a hero, ' and Colossus goes (smells fingers)". And so he's putting Velcro labels on, and Negasonic Teenage Warhead is not buying his go-straight routine. If you haven't seen the movie, you should stop reading now. During a recent appearance on The Empire Film Podcast, Reynolds was asked about how the scene came about, and he revealed that he wasn't on board with the idea when director David Leitch proposed it.

If you got out to the theater saw Deadpool 2 this weekend, or if you've spent any time in the spoiler section of the internet, you've probably realized that the credits scene from the film has been a massive topic of conversation. But was there actually another character cameo - one that threatens to beat all the others in a competition of coolness - hidden within Deadpool 2?