‘Deadpool 2’ Easter Eggs and Surprises UPDATED With Amazing A-List Cameo

SPOILER ALERT: Warning, this article contains references and cameos in Deadpool 2. Proceed at your own risk.

UPDATE: Rhett Reese — the co-writer of Deadpool 2 — has revealed there’s a very famous face, hiding in plain site during the movie. When Cable first travels back in time, he meets a couple of hillbillys, one of whom is played by Alan Tudyk, as described below. But the identity of the other actor remained a mystery. Though he’s listed as Dickie Greenleaf in the credits, which should have been a clue. As the actor in question is Matt Damon, with Greanleaf the name of the character he played in The Talented Mr. Ripley.

“He’s not hidden like Waldo for just an instant; he gets some good screen time” Reese told Yahoo. “We’ve sneaked him past everybody. Literally thousands of people have seen the movie so far, and no one’s noticed.”

Director David Leitch added “Bill Corse, our make-up artist, had three hours with him to put him in deep prosthetics and give him that beer belly. We didn’t tell any of the crew. There were a few people who sniffed it out. But you work on enough movies, you got to keep these things tight.”

Comic Book Stuff

Logan

In the opening sequence, Deadpool plays with a musical toy that commemorates Wolverine‘s death at the end of Logan, complete with figurine impaled by a branch. Wade states that for his film to compete, he’ll have to die too.

Firefist

The character that Julian Dennison plays — who kind of turns into the film’s antagonist — is Russell “Rusty” Collins AKA Firefist. Created by Bob Layton and Jackson Guice, the mutant first appeared in X-Factor #1 in 1986. Rusty can “pyromorph,” which means he can generate and project flames from his fists.

Domino


Zazie Beetz as Domino.

Zazie Beetz — of Atlanta fame — plays mutant Domino in the movie, who can control probability. Which basically means she’s very lucky. The character first appeared in X-Force #8 in 1992, so it’s fitting that she helps form the X-Force with a few of the below characters here. In the comics, she sports a black tattoo on her white skin. In the movie, she has the reverse discoloration, which appears to be the result of vitiligo.

Yukio

Shioli Kutsuna plays Yukio, Negasonic Teenage Warhead‘s girlfriend. She doesn’t seem to be the same Yukio who was played by Rila Fukushima in The Wolverine. Instead, the Japanese mutant is a lot more like Surge, who first appeared in New Mutants #8 in 2004, and can also generate and manipulate electricity.

Cable’s Height

Weasel points out that Cable‘s height in the comics is different to his height in Deadpool 2. Cable is nearly 7-feet in the comics; actor Josh Brolin is 5’10” in real life.

Juggernaut

Juggernaut makes his second celluloid appearance in Deadpool 2. He first popped up in X-Men: The Last Stand, played by footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones. Here the super-strong and virtually unstoppable mutant is a fully CG character. Firefist also asks why Juggernaut wears a helmet. He answers so that his brother can’t read his mind, a reference to Professor Xavier. But more on him later…

Shatterstar


Lewis Tan as Shatterstar.

Lewis Tan plays Shatterstar in the movie, a superhero who first appeared in New Mutants #99 in 1991. On the page, Shatterstar can create shockwaves and teleport using his twin swords. In the movie, he mentions he’s from Mojoworld, an alien planet in the comics where they are obsessed with television.

Bedlam

Terry Crews briefly appears as Bedlam, a comic book character who first appeared in Factor X #1 in 1995. He can disrupt electrical fields, including bio-electricity, effectively scrambling brain functions.

Zeitgeist


Zeitgiest chundering in the comics.

Pennywise himself — Bill Skarsgard — pops ups as Zeitgeist, who debuted in X-Force #16. His ability to spit acidic breath means he has to wear a mouthguard.

Vanisher

That would be none-other-than Brad Pitt making a cameo as Vanisher. He’s initially invisible in the movie, so no gorgeous Brad Pitt face. But when he dies horribly via electrocution, Brad’s beauty briefly fills the screen. Fun fact: Pitt very nearly played Cable in Deadpool 2, but scheduling issues meant he was reduced to this cameo.

Hope Summers


Comic book Hope.

Towards the end of the movie, Cable reveals that his daughter is called Hope. That means she’s Hope Summers, the daughter he adopted in the comics, aka the Mutant Messiah. Hope first appeared in X-Men #205 in 2007, and was the first mutant born after Scarlet Witch turned pretty much every other mutant into a regular human.

Black Tom Cassidy

In the Ice Box — a prison that’s also taken directly from the comics — Deadpool faces off with the very white mutant “Black Tom Cassidy,” whom he calls out for “cultural appropriation.” Black Tom Cassidy first appeared in X-Men #99 in 1976. He’s a longtime collaborator of Juggernaut’s, who is also imprisoned.

Batman/Superman

Early in proceedings, Wade Wilson tells Vanessa that he was doing battle with a caped vigilante until he found out his mum was called Martha too. This is a reference to the mad moment that Batman and Superman stop fighting in Dawn of Justice. They also crib an iconic line from the start of Tim Burton’s Batman, when Cable asks “Who are you?” to which Deadpool responds “I’m Batman.”

DC Universe

The recent DC movies are a little heavy, and Deadpool calls this out, saying to Cable, “You’re so dark, are you sure you’re not from the DC Universe?”

Irene Merryweather

Irene Merryweather is a TV reporter in the movie. In the comics, she’s a reporter-turned-ally of Cable, who also goes by the name Chronicler.

Mister Sinister


Mister Sinister in the comics.

In Deadpool 2, bad stuff is happening at the Essex House for Mutant Rehabilitation. Which is very probably a sly reference to Nathanial Essex, the supervillain better known as Mister Sinister. Who first appeared in Uncanny X-Men and became a longtime nemesis for the X-heroes. Sinister is particularly interested in the Summers bloodline.

Stan Lee

Marvel legend Stan Lee cameos, but not in physical form. Rather he appears in a mural on a wall soon after the X-Force sequence.

Alpha Flight


Alpha Flight.

There’s an Alpha Flight airlines advert on the top of Dopinder‘s taxi. In the comics, Alpha Flight is a Canadian superhero team who premiered in Uncanny X-Men #120 in 1979. Ryan Reynolds is Canadian, and there are numerous jokes about his native country in the film.

X-Men

Deadpool visits the X-Mansion, rides around in Professor X’s wheelchair, and claims that Cerebro smells like X-Men actor Patrick Stewart. Then — in an all-star cameo — he briefly spies the likes of the Professor (here played by James McAvoy), Cyclops and Quicksilver before Beast shuts the door on him, continuing a joke from the first film that they are all avoiding him.

Winter Soldier

Cable has a bionic arm that’s a bit like Winter Soldier‘s. Deadpool can’t resist making reference to that fact, asking, “What did I do to piss off a grumpy old f–ker with a Winter Soldier arm?”

Black Widow

Deadpool calls Domino “Black Black Widow” which is a reference to… well, we reckon you know that one.

Black Panther

Deadpool calls Dopinder “Brown Panther,” A reference to… you know that one as well.

Hulk


Black Widow calming Hulk.

Deadpool tries to calm Juggernaut down with the same line the Avengers use to calm Hulk: “Sun’s going down real low.”

Hawkeye

Deadpool disses the least exciting movie Avenger by saying, “Give me a bow and arrow, I’m basically Hawkeye.”

Rob Liefeld

Legend has it that Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld won’t draw feet. Either because he doesn’t like to or can’t. Either way, it gets referenced in the movie, with Deadpool telling Domino she looks like she’s been created by “a guy who can’t draw feet.”

Thanos


Josh Brolin as Thanos.

Deadpool orders Cable to “Zip it, Thanos!” Cable and Thanos are played by the same actor, Josh Brolin.

Gerry Duggan

An armoured convoy drives down Gerry Duggan Parkway in the movie. Gerry Duggan has recently been writing a run of Deadpool comics, and even inserted himself as a character in Despicable Deadpool #300.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

A scene in which Deadpool tries — and fails — to slice bullets with his katanas mocks a similar scene in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. While the post-credit sting features Wade inserting himself into the movie, and killing that much-maligned version of his character.

Green Lantern

The same post-credit sting ends with Wade visiting Ryan Reynolds when he’s holding the Green Lantern script, and killing him before he gets a chance to make the also much-maligned movie.

Movie/Music/TV Stuff

James Bond

The movie opens with a title sequence that mimics those that kick off the Bond movies. As they are normally underscored by a big ballad by a big-name singer with a big voice, Deadpool 2 features a song by Celine Dion.

John Wick

The film is directed by David Leitch, who co-directed John Wick. The credits therefore feature the line “Directed by one of the guys who killed the dog in John Wick.”

Interview with the Vampire


Kirsten Dunst in ‘Interview with the Vampire.’

The Tom Cruise/Brad Pitt horror movie Interview with the Vampire is referenced regularly throughout Deadpool 2. Star Kirsten Dunst gets mentioned, and jokingly called Kristen. While Dopinder quotes her character (“I want some more”) and the shot of Hope and her mother’s charred bodies is exactly the same way Dunst’s character died in Interview.

Bambi, The Lion King, Saw 7

Wade Wilson says Deadpool 2 is a family film in that it kicks off with death, like these three very different films.

The Passion of the Christ

Wade name-checks Passion of the Christ as the biggest R-rated movie at the U.S. box office, but adds that Deadpool‘s international success makes it the biggest R-rated movie worldwide.

Alan Tudyk


Alan Tudyk (l) in Tucker and Dale vs Evil.

The star of Firefly and Rogue One cameos as a hillbilly that Cable encounters when he first travels back in time, discussing the merits of toilet paper versus wet wipes with his hillbilly pal. Which seems like it might be a nod to brilliant Tudyk flick Tucker and Dale vs Evil.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Wade dubs Negasonic Teenage Warhead “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” after the popular comic book/TV character.

The Goonies


Josh Brolin in ‘The Goonies.’

Deadpool calls Cable “One-Eyed Willy” because he has one normal eye, and one bionic eye. Which is a reference to The Goonies villain One-Eyed Willy. A movie that featured Cable actor Josh Brolin.

Adventure Time

Wade Wilson is likely to be an Adventure Time fan, as he wears an Adventure Time watch in Deadpool 2.

The Terminator

Deadpool shouts “Hands off the kid, John Connor,” which is a reference to the Terminator films, and also a way of acknowledging similarities between their storylines, which involve traveling back in time to stop something terrible happening in the future. Also, Cable looks a bit like a cross between Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator and Jason Clarke’s John Connor.

RoboCop

Colossus warns Russell to “Come quietly or there will be trouble,” before promptly getting called out for stealing the line from RoboCop.

Yentl/Frozen

Wade and Vanessa watch Barbra Streisand’s Yentl after making love, when Wade notices that “Papa Can You Hear Me?” sounds a lot like “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” from Frozen. The Disney lyrics also end up being Deadpool’s dying words. Fun fact: Streisand is Josh Brolin’s stepmother.

Harry Potter


The Harry Potter Sorting Hat.

Deadpool references Harry Potter by asking if there will be a “Sorting Hat” to put him in the right gang.

The Time Traveller’s Wife

Deadpool calls Cable “The Time Traveller’s Wife’s Husband,” a reference to 2003 novel The Time Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. Which was turned into a 2009 movie that starred Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams.

Bea Arthur


Deadpool is a big Bea Arthur fan.

Deadpool’s swords are named “Bea” and “Arthur,” a reference to the star of The Golden Girls and Star Wars Holiday Special. Wade Wilson is clearly a big fan, as he wore a Bea Arthur t-shirt in the first flick.

Cool Runnings

Wade Wilson talks about hitting rock bottom in his movie, and comparing it to when the sledge breaks in Jamaican bobsleigh comedy Cool Runnings.

The Human Centipede


The bad guy from Human Centipede.

Deadpool then claims that the actors in The Human Centipede hit their low-point when they signed up to appear in the movie. Harsh, but fair.

Basic Instinct

When he has the legs of a child, Wade Wilson uncrosses them and crosses them in a suggestive fashion, similar to Sharon Stone’s character Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct.

Say Anything

When Deadpool returns to the X-Mansion, and holds up a tiny boombox playing “In Your Eyes” by Peter Gabriel to coax Colossus down. In Say Anything, John Cusack’s character holds up a slightly larger boombox playing the same song to show ex-girlfriend — played by Ione Sky — that he still cares.

Star Wars/The Empire Strikes Back

Early in proceedings, when discussing kids, Wade says that all sons are destined to turn out like their fathers, as in Star Wars. Then adds they will also accidentally have sex with their sisters, mis-remembering Star Wars. Later, when Vanessa tells Deadpool she loves him, DP responds with ,”I know.” And we all know what scene that comes from.

The Proposition

Wade Wilson says The Proposition features “a wonderful Guy Pearce performance.” The Proposition is a Guy Pearce western from 2005.

Mario Lopez


Deadpool taking out Lopez.

Deadpool uses the phrase “Mario Nopez,” a reference to the former Saved by the Bell star turned entertainment host, whom Deadpool fought while promoting his first standalone movie.

George Michael

Wade Wilson’s love for George Michael is referenced when he uses the “Careless Whisper” lyrics while lamenting his lost love to Weasel. Wilson reveals that he’s sad that Michael is dead, but happy we still have David Bowie. Weasel quickly changes the subject.

The Karate Kid

Deadpool shouts “Sweep the leg, Johnny,” a truly villainous line taken from the final fight in the original Karate Kid.

A-ha

After Wade Wilson’s death, he starts to cross to the other side to meet Vanessa, as an acoustic version of A-ha‘s “Take on Me” plays. And the scene looks just like the video for that song, wherein a human girl crosses over into the comic book world.

Stranger Things

At the start of the post-credit sting, Wade calls Negasonic Teenage Warhead “Eleven” — a reference to the character played by Millie Bobby Brown in Stranger Things.

Deadpool 2 is out now in most territories, while it hits U.S. screens this Friday (May 18).

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Jessica Chastain

The past two months have been consumed by sexual abuse awareness, with the movement started by the brave women who came out with their statements against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

Harvey Weinstein’s accusers now amount to over 50 women, with alleged victims ranging from Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow to Cara Delevingne and Rose McGowan, with even those who haven’t experienced harassment speaking out to stand with their sisters. Hollywood actress Jessica Chastain has been one of the most vocal actresses in the Harvey Weinstein sexual allegations scandal, but according to the actress it cost her a lot of backlash.

‘I was tweeting a lot of the time and actually got an email from a well-known actor that said, “Calm down,”’ the 40-year-old actress explained during a recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show. ‘I found that heartbreaking and can only think he didn’t understand the movement that was happening.’

‘I’m going to speak my mind about any injustice that I see,’ she explained to The Daily Beast previously. ‘I’m not afraid of anything in terms of that and I think the greatest myth that an industry can create is to make people feel they’re easily replaceable. I’m not going to allow that into my life.’

In terms of the current movement of awareness, she continued: ‘I feel hopeful. I feel happy. I know it’s devastating, it’s terrible, it’s heartbreaking. These stories that are coming out are just so sad. But what makes me hopeful is that people are taking responsibility for their silence, their inaction.’

She continued: ‘In no way should we, as a society, look at the victims and show any sense of blame. But anyone involved in an industry where there is abuse like this, you are part of the problem. And your inaction makes you complicit. So what’s happening now is…I think everyone is starting to look at where they fit in this industry.’

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10 Secrets of Gianni Versace’s Miami Mansion: Hidden Passages, a 24-Karat Pool and A-List Regulars

When legendary fashion designer Gianni Versace purchased his Mediterranean-style villa, then the Amsterdam Palace apartment building, in Miami Beach in 1992, Ocean Drive was still an odd collection of small hotels, modeling agencies and senior citizens’ homes. By 1997, the year he was gunned down by serial killer Andrew Cunanan on the front steps of the remarkable home he’d spent a reported $ 33 million restoring, the oceanfront strip was a bonafide celebrity destination.

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Twenty years after Versace’s death — the anniversary of his murder is July 15 — the property, now the celebrity-favorite hotel The Villa Casa Casuarina,  and the fantastical scenes it’s witnessed still capture the public’s imagination.

The second season of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story anthology, Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace, and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. History, premiering in 2018, tells the story of the designer’s life and death, and inevitably of his most famous home.

The show filmed “essential, central” scenes at the house-turned-hotel, says Casa Casuarina general manager Chauncey Copeland, who notes hundreds of visitors still come to pay tribute to Versace at the property’s gates every day. But it’s most alluring features, including the ten below, can be found only once you check in.

1. The 24-Karat Pool

The villa’s most over-the-top showpiece is without a doubt the mosaic swimming pool, which is just what its name implies: “It’s made up of thousands of tiles that were imported from Italy, and hundreds of them are 24-karat gold,” says Copeland. Following her 2005 VMA wins, Kelly Clarkson jumped into the golden pool fully clothed.

2. A Hidden Time Capsule 

It’s believed that the home’s original owner, Alden Freeman, hid a time capsule in the house when it was built in 1930. The item was never uncovered during Versace’s extensive renovation of the home in the 1990s, but, Copeland notes, it is thought to be hidden in the building’s cornerstone, which was left untouched during the remodel.

3. Hidden Passageways

The villa has several hidden passages that were used by Versace and his guests. The most famous connected his dressing room to one of his libraries. Most have been closed up since the hotel moved in and the library is now known as the G Lounge.

4. Famous Overnight Guests

Madonna, Elton John and Princess Diana were all friends of Versace and overnight guests at the villa. The fashion designer’s contemporaries like Diane von Furstenberg and Halston were also frequent visitors, says Copeland.

5. Celebrity Clientele

Today the property is a luxury hotel, The Villa Casa Casuarina, but the celebrities keep coming. Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Justin Bieber, Drake, Sylvester Stalone and Lionel Richie are all fans.

6. All-Night Soirees

One unnamed A-list client — the hotel operates under a strict code of privacy — who stayed there for an extended period “would come back with an entourage from the club and then party all the way through to the next afternoon,” says Copeland. “That was one of the more lively times.”

7. Record Visitors

Outside of the hotel’s gates however, hundreds of tourists come daily to lay flowers on the infamous front steps and take photos of the house. “The Versace mansion is the third most photographed in the United States, behind Elvis’s Graceland and the White House,” Copeland notes.

8. Supernatural Visitors

While most stop to snap a photo in front of the facade, some visitors have a more haunting interest in the property. “You do get the occasional ghost hunter,” says Copeland. “We’ve had a few people coming in over the years and try to sense his spirit. For the most part, people still see it as a place celebrating his life more than his death.”

9. An In-House Artist

Recreations of Versace’s famous bed spreads and pillows were made and brought in for the filming of American Crime Story, but the hotel’s intricate wall art has been maintained for years by an artist on staff that works to keep up and carefully restore the many murals on the property.

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10. Ties to Christopher Columbus

The Mediterranean Revival home was modeled on one in the Dominican Republic owned by Diego Columbus, Christopher Columbus’s eldest son. That mysterious cornerstone was brought over from the original house.


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