BROLIN: DEADPOOL 2 Is Start Of 4-Film CABLE Arc

Josh Brolin as Cable
Credit: 20th Century Fox
Credit: 20th Century Fox

Josh Brolin won't debut as Cable until next summer's Deadpool sequel, but the actor has said that there's a four-film plan for his character. In an interview with Collider, Brolin said that "this is the beginning of Cable and absolutely not the end."

“I’m not going to tell you how much I’m in the film, but it’s his introduction, and I think his introduction, even in the small promos and teasers that David has shown me, I think it’s a proper reveal," Brolin said. "I think we’re not trying to hide the fact that this is the beginning of Cable and absolutely not the end. I think when you’re sensitive about how you reveal this character there’s a sense of mystery in it, so then when we finally get into X-Force, you’re going to be with this guy full blown all the time. There’s a lot to be revealed. There’s a lot to be revealed, but there’s three more movies to reveal more.”

Credit: Shane Davis (Marvel Comics)

Drew Goddard was recently hired to write and direct X-Force for 20th Century Fox, however no release date has been set for it. The studio does have two release dates reserved for 2019, three for 2020, and one for 2021 already however.

“I think [X-Force films] sometime next year or soon thereafter. It depends. It all depends. It depends on how Deadpool 2 does, but I don’t think that’s a make or break kind of deal," said Brolin. "Drew Goddard is already involved in it. He’s into it now. I know he and Ryan were meeting. I’ve met him once, and so this is all kind of going ahead. How it goes ahead, I know that they’re preparing, and I know that it’s something that I’m set to do. When it happens they’re going to put it as fast as they can. I think Drew Goddard is doing his movie right now and then once he’s kind of wrapped up with that and this movie comes out I think we’ll be ready to start the other one.”

Going back to his debut in June's Deadpool sequel however, Brolin admits he has some health issues as a result of the action-based work.

“There’s ton of action in it. The tease is, a guy who’s 49 years old on the cusp of 50 who got in the best shape of his life, especially exteriorly, and I was extremely disciplined throughout that whole thing. I got beat to shit on that movie," Brolin said. "That’s all I know. I had stuntmen throwing me all over the place. I’ve got a shoulder issue, I’ve got a knee issue that I’ve got to deal with now, but we got through it. We got through it. I pushed hard and I suffered because of it.”

The Deadpool sequel is set to debut June 1, 2018.

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