Following on from the release of the first trailer for the “X-Men” spin-off “The New Mutants” this week, the other two “X-Men” movies due in cinemas have reportedly wrapped principal photography.
A few hours ago, director Simon Kinberg took to Instagram to announce that filming is done on “X-Men: Dark Phoenix”. Kinberg also posted a photo from behind the scenes on the set of Xavier’s School. The film is slated to open November 2nd.
Meanwhile screenwriter Rhett Reese and actor Ryan Reynolds has revealed that filming has wrapped on the “Deadpool” sequel which has been shooting in Vancouver (‘Dark Phoenix’ has been based in Montreal).
Reynolds continues his and Josh Brolin’s friendly banter, saying in his post: “I’ve decided to continue shooting the film in my underwear from Josh Brolin’s well appointed living room.” The film, which doesn’t yet have an official title, opens June 1st.
That’s a wrap on DEADPOOL 2: A SONG OF FIRE AND ICE! Thank you to our beloved Captain, Mr. @davidmleitch… words are too clumsy to properly acknowledge your giant heart and talent. I love my hometown of Vancouver and our obscenely gifted crew. From our PA’s, (who are first in and last out) to our set decorators and prop department, riddling this film with Easter Eggs in almost every scene… Thank you. I already miss being on set. Which is why I’ve decided to continue shooting the film in my underwear from Josh Brolin’s well appointed living room. #MaximumEffort