Deadpool director Will Smith has been in talks with major studios for a new superhero movie. The project is being discussed at Warner Bros., MGM, Sony, and others. Additionally, streaming services HBO and Netflix are interested in the film. The movie will be produced by Smith and Leitch through their respective shingles.
Deadpool is a superhero movie that follows the titular character, a cybernetic assassin and immortal assassin. Will Smith brings his comic timing to the role, as does David Leitch, who has become known for his ability to create realistic action sequences. The action scenes in Deadpool 2 are sure to be spectacular, as the character is both cybernetic and immortal.
Deadpool’s origin is tied to the Weapon X programme. However, the movie doesn’t focus on the origin of this program, but instead focuses on the comic’s characters learning new skills. While he may be able to learn new skills, he also takes on some VFX challenges.
Deadshot first came to prominence in the 1980s when he received his iconic suit. The Suicide Squad is a group of DC villains who performed black-ops missions for the US government. The team became a fan favorite, and Deadshot has been a part of this ensemble ever since.
Deadpool 2 director David Leitch was initially attached to a script called Fast & Loose, but this was not on the battle list before Will Smith joined the project. However, Fast & Loose is now attracting multiple studios for the project. Moreover, the script is written by Erich Hoeber, who wrote The Megs.
While Ryan Reynolds is a Netflix golden boy, Smith is a successful box-office star. He has starred in many high-profile movies over the last decade, including the DC Comics-inspired “Suicide Squad” and “Bright”. In fact, Smith is one of the highest-paid actors of our time. He has earned millions of dollars through his movies, from Men in Black to King Richard.
The Suicide Squad is a 2016 American superhero movie based on the DC Comics supervillain team of the same name. It is produced and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and stars Will Smith, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.