The new full-length trailer for Deadpool 2 was released this morning and it features the first official debut of the X-Force, a group that Wade Wilson calls, "Tough, morally flexible, and young enough to carry their own franchise for 10 to 12 years." He seems to have gotten what he asked for in this latest footage, as the team goes up against Josh Brolin's Cable. Zazie Beetz's Domino is clearly on the Merc with a Mouth's side from the beginning, but we have our first in-depth look at some of the X-Force mutants in the Deadpool sequel.
First off, Terry Crews is confirmed as Bedlam in the new Deadpool 2 trailer. Many thought this was a long shot since he's not a Rob Liefeld character and he came along later in the series. But it's clear as day in this sneak peek. Not much is shown of him, but the coloring of his suit matches up with the comics, and we clearly see the name Bedlam on a photo of Crews as Deadpool goes through some old X-Men files. As for IT star Bill Skarsgard, who is now officially confirmed for the sequel, it's not clear which member of X-Force that he is playing.
Shioli Kutsuna is also shown as a member of X-Force in the new Deadpool 2 trailer, and like Bill Skarsgard, it is immediately unclear who she if playing. Some speculate that she's playing Surge, which seems right on the money but isn't officially confirmed. As far as villains go, we're not really shown any teases of Jack Kesy's character, who is heavily rumored to be Juggernaut. Instead, we're shown that the X-Force has come together to stop Cable from killing a mutant child.
Elsewhere in the clip, we see Wade Wilson doing some tricks in Charles Xavier's wheelchair from within the X-Men mansion and another shot of the Merc with a Mouth grabbing Colossus' butt, which was previously only shown in the international trailer. Deadpool gives Negasonic Teenage Warhead a cute "boop" on the nose and we're also treated to a shot of Deadpool launching into a flip and landing it perfectly in high heels. There's a lot to take in while watching the new Deadpool 2 trailer, which is a good thing. Those looking for action in the sequel will definitely not be disappointed in the slightest.
There's all kinds of goodies stashed away in the new Deadpool 2 trailer, so we compiled some of the best still-shots from the clip and compiled them below. Now that we know that Terry Crews is playing Bedlam, just who is Rob Delaney playing? For now, all we know is that his name is Peter. We're left with just as many questions as answers, which is exactly what a good trailer should do. You can check out the trailer for Deadpool 2, courtesy of the 20th Century Fox YouTube channel along with the new images from the sequel below.