The one joke that was too much for Deadpool 2

Lewis Collier
May 5, 2018

With that one remark, Ryan Reynolds set the tone for the superb Deadpool as the Merc with a Mouth smashed the "4th-wall break inside a 4th-wall break!"

Hunt for the Wilderpeople's Julian Dennison features in the new Deadpool 2 promo which has stunned social media.

The legendary singer had previously announced that there would be "new music" coming in May, but didn't give any other details. No, we're not talking about Ryan Reynolds.

Celine Dion is famous for her hit single My Heart will go on, which became the soundtrack to the film "Titanic".

With Deadpool 2 only a couple weeks away, one would think the movie would be almost done with its fourth wall breaking, ironic, ridiculous, humor. "We need you at a five, five-and-a-half, tops", says Reynolds as Deadpool. "She's an incredible singer, she's unbelievable, but she's also someone who works in the sort of subversive Deadpool universe'". "As I look back at it, I think maybe that was a wise decision". Take the most insane ride of your life when Deadpool 2 opens on May 18 ... you'll be laughing your "ashes" off!

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Deadpool 2 is down with its marketing gimmicks again, and they are scoring all the goals. Everything you would not immediately associate with Deadpool. To which the legendary singer replies with a sassy, "Listen, this thing (pointing to her throat), goes to eleven".

In a profile in the New York Times, Reynolds called the film "the hair shirt I'll wear".

Thing is, Deadpool 3 was originally put into development about two years ago.

According to Leitch, Dion was immediately on board to not only sing the song but also perform in the music video, which he also directed.

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