'Deadpool 2' Release Date, News & Update: Mackenzie Davis Still Insists Not Aware, But Excited; Ryan Reynolds Only Confirmed Actor 'Till Now
"Deadpool 2" is rumored to see the appearance of "Halt and Catch Fire's" Mackenzie Davis as Domino, the mutant assassin and frequent love interest of Deadpool. However, in a recent interview with Davis, she revealed some roles that she will be up to and none of it includes a role from the movie "Deadpool 2."
While Cable has been the most prominent "Deadpool 2" anticipated cast, fans reportedly believe that Domino will also be casted in the upcoming film. However, Davis who has been rumored to play the role said that she is not aware of any details about the project. Davis has been purportedly asked by fans on social media about her involvement in the upcoming superhero prequel, Forbes reported.
Meanwhile, fans of the actress may still see her in her upcoming roles in the "Blade Runner" sequel and shooting scenes for the next season of "Black Mirror." Though she has not confirmed her casting on "Deadpool 2," Davis seemed to be pretty excited about the rumors of her casting in the said film.
The actress also mentioned a printout that was a fan art of what she would look like if it is true that she will be luck powered Domino in "Deadpool 2." The said printout depicted her in a costume which was reportedly pretty badass,
Davis reaction on her "Deadpool 2" role could mean that she may consider the role if offered. Apparently, she has not been approached by Fox yet or anyone related to the film production. However, it does not mean that she may not be casted in the near future.
Meanwhile, the only confirmed cast for "Deadpool 2" as of this posting is Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds. Rumors claimed that he will be joined by his reluctant buddy, Cable.
"Deadpool 2" will be directed by Tim Miller. He is suggested to be joined by writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, CRC Connection reported. The upcoming film is slated to hit theaters on January 2018. Watch "Deadpool 2" shooting for 2018: