Despite box office projections looking quite good for Deadpool 2's opening weekend, the Marvel vigilante says his expectations are "real real low," as in "Rick Astley low."
"This one was definitely a money grab. Big time," he continued. "The good news is you don't need to see Deadpool 1 to understand Deadpool 2, but definitely see Spider-Man 3 to enjoy it." (Considering how many pop culture references and jabs he throws in the film, this could possibly be sound advice or trolling. Most likely trolling.)
He also gave some advice on who should not see the movie: "People who are easily offended, those with taste and a sense of humor. People who don't like to waste time or money, and Cristiano Ronaldo. Fuck that guy," said Reynolds' Deadpool, who recently released an ad with another famed soccer player, David Beckham.
He also took the time to explain who Cable is and break down his complicated backstory, because comic books. "Well, he's the biological son of Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor, Jean Grey's clone, and half-brother to Rachel Summers and Nate Grey," he says, basically mimicking the character's Wikipedia page, before he decides to simplify it. "He was raised as the Askani son in a genetic template for Stryfe and a possible alternate timeline having been transported as an infant to the future and affected with the techno-organic virus that consumes his life-body with...okay, let's, just go with asshole."
Deadpool 2 arrives in theaters on May 18.