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Aug 15, 2016 11:17 AM EDT

'Deadpool 2' News & Spoilers: The Rumored Casting Choices For 'Cable' and 'Domino' [VIDEO]

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"Deadpool" has managed to sneak its way to being among the most successful R-Rated movies of all time, and they have their "out of the box" marketing to thank for that. With a very humble budget, Deadpool managed to rake in a lot at the box office.

The success of promoting Deadpool is also echoed in the fact that not only was it a critically-acclaimed film, it was a very fun one, and the end credit scene shows that actor Ryan Reynolds has a lot of in their creation, with him adding a "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" inspired post-credit scene that announces an upcoming Deadpool sequel, and the inclusion and film debut of a popular X-men character.

In a report by Jeff Sneider from Mashable, the lastest episode of Meet the Movie Press reveals that the name, Kyle Chandler is being tied to portraying the role "Cable" for months now. Chandler has been best know for his role in "Zero Dark Thirty," as well has his earler stint in television, playing the lead role Gary Hobson in the 1996 show "Early Edition," has yet to make any comments regarding this. Sneider however states that there is still no confirmation regarding this, as 20th Century Fox has yet to announce anything regarding the sequel for the "Merc with a Mouth" movie.

Another casting detail for the "Dead Pool" sequel tackle the inclusion of "Domino," and that Fox is considering giving the role to "The Martian" star, Mackenzie Davis. In the comics, Domino is a mutant with probability-altering abilities, and mostly associated with the superhero team, "X-Force" where Cable is the leader.

According to IGN, producer Simon Kinberg, shared some information regarding "Deadpool 2," stating that fans can expect more breaking of the 4th wall in the upcoming sequel. The 4th wall breaks will tackle more of what's happening the realm of superhero movies.

"Deadpool 2" is slated for release January 12, 2018.

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