The latest updates and spoilers for "Deadpool 2" reveal a new clip from the movie featuring Wade Wilson, X-Force member Domino, and Cable. The clip was featured during Zazie Beetz's guest appearance at Jimmy Kimmel Live! as she talks about her character and her role in the movie. The story of the sequel will have Wade protect a mutant kid played by Julian Dennison from Cable, with the help of his new team.

The film's main star Ryan Reynolds opens up about wanting a Deadpool and Wolverine team-up movie as he talked about it during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Reynold's wanted to make this project a reality as comic book fans wanted to see how Wade interacts with other X-Men characters especially Logan.

A new clip streamed

The scene will feature Deadpool and Domino intercepting a transport truck carrying the mutant kid as Domino crashes inside the truck and takes out the driver. As she commandeers the vehicle, Cable appears in front of her and warns the rest of the team. Deadpool hilariously orders X-Force to use whatever "imaginary" powers they have to stop Cable from reaching the truck.

Cable was able to get inside the transport truck as Wade jumps off his scooter to get the vehicle, but he failed to reach the entrance. Deadpool assembles the X-Force in order to stop Cable and other unknown parties from getting there hands of the kid.

Dennison's character was revealed to be "Russell" and many comic book fans have speculated that he is Russell Collins a.k.a. Firefist, a minor character from the X-Men comics.

The members of X-Force in the movie are Domino, Bedlam, Shatterstar, Zeitgeist, and Peter. Wade will also need the assistance of X-Men members Colossus and Nega Sonic Teenage Warhead.

Deadpool/Wolverine project

Ryan Reynolds told EW that Wolverine's death during the "Logan" movie is not an obstacle for him to see the two characters interact with one another in a movie project in order to further establish himself to the "X-Men" film franchise.

"He's alive and well in my timeline," Reynolds said. "There is a Logan running around out there with a little bushy chest and his little sharpy, sharp claws, and he is alive and well, and ready to go.

I would love that."

The biggest challenge, according to Reynolds, is that he wants Hugh Jackman to return to his iconic role for the project to work. Jackman has retired the role of Wolverine and has a close friendship with Reynolds.