The latest updates and spoilers for "Deadpool 2" reveal the possible appearance of "X-Men" villain, Juggernaut in the sequel. Billboard posted the names of the songs that are listed in the movie's official soundtrack with Juggernaut's name on it leading to the speculation that the powerhouse villain will be after Wade Wilson and the rest of the characters during the film's main plot. Wade Wilson will have his hands full as he tries to rescue a mutant kid from Cable, MRD, and an unknown third party.

The film's star Ryan Reynolds posted a hilarious comment on YouTube replying to the Deadpool name drop on the "Teen Titans Go! To The Movies" animated trailer.

Juggernaut appearance confirmed?

According to Billboard, Juggernaut's name was mentioned in the lyrics of the "Deadpool 2" song titled "You Can't Stop This Mother F*****!" leading to comic book and Marvel fans to believe that Cain Marko will make his live-action appearance in the movie.

A scene from the final "Deadpool 2" movie featured Colossus punching something or someone with a round-shaped metal head that led to the fan speculation that the latter is fighting Juggernaut in the movie. Twitter username 66mitchell previously posted behind-the-scenes photos of Jack Kesy doing motion capture using a large suit similar to how Colossus was filmed in the first movie.

Juggernaut made his first live-action film appearance in "X-Men: The Last Stand" as part of Magneto's new Brotherhood of Mutants.

In the comics, Cain Marko is the stepbrother of the X-Men's founder Professor Charles Xavier and has resented him because he favored by his father. Cain discovered the Gem of Cytorrak which gave him extraordinary powers. He used it to fight Xavier and his team on numerous occasions.

Cain will not be alone in the sequel as he is likely partnered with the mutant criminal Black Tom Cassidy similar to the comics.

Wade Wilson must protect a mutant kid named Russell as he forms his own team called X-Force consisting of Domino, Bedlum, Shatterstar, Zeitgeist, and Peter.

Name drop in 'Teen Titans Go!' movie

Ryan Reynolds made a comment on YouTube after watching the new "Teen Titans Go! To The Movies" trailer wherein the group confused his character with Will Arnett's portrayal of Slade Wilson a.k.a.

Deathstroke. The latter stated that Wade is nothing like Slade and ends his post with Ryan Gosling's name on it.

Slade, in the animated film, frustratingly tells the Titans that they are two completely different persons and stated that he came out "first" in the comics before Wade. This could be a response to Reynold's joke about DC Universe in the "Deadpool 2" trailers and promotional TV spots.