After earning massive money for 20th Century Fox, Deadpool will return with its sequel. While everyone is eagerly waiting for the R-rated movie, director Tim Miller has revealed that writers are busy crafting the script.
During his interview with the Collider, he opened up about the sequel and said, "The writers have been working on the script...The script comes first. You've got to get that." The filming details are yet to be revealed by both the director and the movie production company.
Original script writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are currently busy writing Wade Wilson's next adventure as the post-credit scene has already announced the arrival of Cable (mutant Anti-Hero Nathan Summers). Heroic Hollywood claims the sequel will also have Neena Thurman aka Domino as another antagonist.
The first movie was made with only a budget of £40m ($58m), the X-Men spinoff went on to earn over £523m. In spite of being a blockbuster, it was in the news for its extreme use of graphic sex scenes and violence. But Miller says he wants to keep it an R-rated movie as he is making a commercial movie.
"We're not making fine art here. This is commerce. So if for some reason there was a story that needed to be bigger and needed to be at a certain budget, and it didn't warrant an R-rated budget, although it's harder to make that argument now after Deadpool, but let's say we were saying it before Deadpool came out; I understand that. I'm not one of those directors who goes 'I want it because I want it!' and 'It should be because I think it should be!' There's economics at work here, and I would like it to be R-rated."
20th Century Fox is yet to announce the premiere date for Deadpool 2.