Ryan Reynolds makes the announcement of Zazie Beetz casting by tweeting the phrase "domino effect" with a picture with the actress' name spelled out using dominoes. Domino, whose real name is Neena Thurman, is a mutant who has a power that unconsciously manifests and affects the situations around her. She creates a domino effect that makes things go her way.

Domino hangs out with other mutants and form a mercenary group called Six Pack which later turns into X-Force. Domino's partner, Cable, has not been cast yet. The character of Domino is speculated to be front and center in the X-Force movie Fox has planned.

However, there is no confirmation of this. In the meantime, fans can speculate how Deadpool will handle "The Domino Effect."

"Deadpool 2" will be directed by David Leitch. Fans can see his work in theaters now by going to see "John Wick 2." Leitch is the second director attached to the "Deadpool" sequel. Original director Tim Miller dropped out last October due to differences with Ryan Reynolds.

Zazie Beetz star on the rise.

Zazie Beetz is a breakout star from FX's "Atlanta." The film is a critically acclaimed comedy about the rap scene in the ATL made its debut on September 6, 2016. Since its debut, the show has won two Golden Globes.

Zazie Beetz plays Van, the best friend of Donald Glover's Earn. The two characters share a daughter together. Beetz other credits include the television show "Easy" and indie films "Applesauce" and "Finding Her." "Deadpool 2" is her first blockbuster role.

Beetz is repped by Gersh, the same reps for Chance the Rapper.

'Atlanta' cast on the big screen

Zazie Beetz is not the only "Atlanta" star moving to the big screen. Donald Glover, the star and creator of "Atlanta" has been cast as a young Lando Calrissian in Disney's new Han Solo "Star Wars" movie. The second season of the shows delayed until 2018. The first season ended in November 2016. So if you have not watched "Atlanta," you can save that binge watch for later, because you are in for a wait.