It's intended to be the eleventh episode in the movie series, and a sequel to the 2016 movie Deadpool. In Deadpool 2, Deadpool forms the group X-Force to protect a mutant.
Plans for a sequel to Deadpool started before that film's release, and have been confirmed in February 2016. Miller abandoned the job in October 2016 due to differences with Reynolds though the original creative team of manager Tim Miller, and also Reynolds, Reese, Wernick were set to return for the second film, and was replaced by Leitch. An casting search happened to fill Cable's part, with Brolin throw. Filming took place in British Columbia, Canada, from June. During stunt, stunt woman Joi "SJ" Harris died in a bike accident.
There is currently, Deadpool 3, A sequel currently in development.
Producer Simon Kinberg disclosed that talks had begun. 1 idea was to get the film to present the personality Cable, who had previously been looked in to look at the Deadpool, and X-Men: Days of Future Past before that. Cable's addition in the prospective sequel was supported by the character Deadpool, breaking the fourth wall, even at the post-credit scene of this movie. Domino, a personality with connections to Cable from the comics, was also believed to be featured in the sequel.  From the release of the very first film, 20th Century Fox'd green-lit a sequel, with writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick returning to write the screenplay. Though manager Tim Miller and producer/star Ryan Reynolds weren't confirmed for the sequel in the time, Fox was "intent on maintaining the creative team together".  Miller and Reynolds' involvement was supported in the 2016 CinemaCon that April, though Miller had still not signed to direct the film. He started work creating the script with all the authors, while Reynolds had signed a fresh contract allowing him "casting approval along with other creative controllers".
It has to tonally and check here stylistically be as original and fresh . That is a big challenge especially because they had 10 years to gestate about the first film and we do not have that sort of time around the second movie. That is the largest mandate moving the next movie ... we must resist the urge to make it bigger.
Back in June 2016, Kinberg reported that a completed draft in Wernick and Rheese was expected "soon", and that they were seeking to begin filming the continuation at the beginning of 2017. August, Kyle Chandler believed to be in the running to portray Cable. Testing of actresses to Domino had started by October, with the shortlist of actresses under consideration such as Lizzy Caplan, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sienna Miller, Sofia Boutella, Stephanie Sigman, Sylvia Hoeks, Mackenzie Davis, Ruby Rose, Eve Hewson, and Kelly Rohrbach. The producers were particularly considering casting a Latina or black actress.
At the end of October, Miller abandoned the movie over "mutual creative differences" by Reynolds. The rift between the group was reportedly based on many things, including Reynolds' expanded creative control over the sequel ; Miller's wish for a more stylized follow-up than the original movie, compared to Reynolds' focus "about the raunchy comedy style that earned the first film its R rating"; along with Miller's intention to cast Chandler as Cable, which Reynolds opposed. Miller denied those reported reasons, while Reynolds explained, " I can add is that I am unhappy to see him off the film. Tim's amazing and nobody worked harder on Deadpool than that he did" A week later Miller's departure, Fox looked at Drew Goddard David Leitch, Magnus Martens, along with Rupert Sanders as potential replacements for the manager. Leitch had been the "powerful frontrunner" for its role, and signed to lead a month afterwards.  Reynolds, a fan of Leitch's John Wick, said the director "really understands those Deadpool sensibilities and where we will need to take the franchise from here." He added that Leitch "can make a film on a really tight budget seem like it was shot for 10--15 times what it cost."