Deadpool and David Beckham are relationship goals in hilarious new video

Posted May 12, 2018

Another critic who really disliked the OG Deadpool but was impressed by the sequel was Uproxx's Mike Ryan, who tweeted after seeing the film, "Deadpool 2 beat me into submission until I was actually enjoying myself". But Jackman has had it with the hijinks.

Brian Truitt added: "I didn't absolutely love the first Deadpool, but man, Deadpool 2 does the trick for me". I can't wait to see the movie, you're one of my best friends.

Let's just say that things get a little bit odd. Play a little hard to get it. "It's too much; it's not sexy".

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The video collaboration is just another hype up for the upcoming sequel to Deadpool which is due for release in the United Kingdom on 15th May and 18th May in the US.

It has been a while since we had a good Irish story in "The Big Red Chair" on The Graham Norton Show but we're delighted to say that a lady named Anna has made up for lost time.

The marketing for Deadpool 2 continues with the same fourth wall-breaking jokes you come to expect from the franchise.

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Jackman has been badgered by the possibility of him unretiring nearly since Logan came out early previous year, and every single time, his answers have always sounded pretty definitive without him explicitly saying that he has no plans of returning to his superhero gig.

The former Logan actor continued the cheeky back-and-forth between him and Reynolds over a Deadpool/Wolverine crossover that the Deadpool 2 actor is intent on making happen.

Should Jackman just give in and get it over with? Reynolds' persistence on social media could be a genius set up for a hilarious brief appearance from Wolverine in Deadpool 2 or the eventual X-Force movie.

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The two starred together in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The video sees Becks watching the scene that mentions him in the first Deadpool film - and rewinding it to watch it again with an unimpressed look on his face.