The cast of "Deadpool 2" is heavy hearted with the news of stuntwoman Joi 'SJ' Harris passing away after a motorcycle crash on set.

What we know about the crash

Joi Harris is believed to be the stuntwoman for the character Domino, played by Zazie Beets. Harris was perfecting a stunt, which she successfully performed four times when she lost control for the fifth time. The motorcycle crashed into a building, and she was pronounced dead at the scene. She was not wearing a helmet, as the character, she was a stuntwoman for didn't use one.

The whole crew and cast is devastated, several people have been offering their condolences to the family.

This was Harris's first time as a movie stuntwoman. She was an experienced motorcycle road racer. According to her website, she was the first African-American woman in United States history to compete in American Motorcyclist Association sanctioned motorcycle road racing events.

Joi 'SJ' Harris was widely admired for her abilities and will be missed.

Anticipating for 'Deadpool 2'

"Deadpool 2" is set to release June 1, 2018. The "Deadpool" movies have become unexpectedly popular. The first one took off as a hit, even with its very limited budget. "Deadpool" has become the most successful installment of the "X-Men" franchise despite the fact that it had a smaller budget than the other films.

"Deadpool" was expected to flop. Between the very low budget of $58 million and the inappropriate nature of the film, things were not looking good for this film. However, the film was made adequately and well despite the low budget. And the inappropriateness of the film was an accurate depiction of the character Wade Wilson (Deadpool), which was very pleasing to fans who wanted the character to stay as close to the original as possible.

Plus, it was time to see an anti-hero we had not seen on film before.

The film only ran for 103 minutes, but it received very high reviews. The film went above and beyond expectations despite everything that was holding it back. Despite the budget being so low, the film still managed to bring in $328,674,489 at the box office, over five times the amount of the budget.

The film is a reminder to adults that it's still okay to have fun and be a big kid sometimes. With best wishes to the crew in the time of mourning for Joi Harris, we are all definitely looking forward to this fun, adventurous, and inappropriate film to be released next June.