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Ryan Reynolds Parodies #ThanosDemandsYourSilence Letter For Deadpool 2

The plot of Deadpool 2 is mostly in secrecy after two full-length trailers.

Ryan Reynolds asked Deadpool fans not to spoil the movie, as a joke calling back to Avengers: Infinity War's #ThanosDemandsYourSilence campaign. Earlier last month, the Russo brothers sent out a plea asking fans not to spoil the twists in Infinity War. Via Twitter, a letter signed by the directing duo is accompanied by the Infinity Gauntlet to imply the in-joke about the villain and, surprisingly, protagonist Thanos, who is played by Josh Brolin. The actor also plays Cable in the Deadpool sequel.

Reynolds took to Twitter to re-create that letter, though it's peppered with Deadpool-style jokes. Deadpool 2's leading man, writer, and producer even put a trademark spin on the hashtag that demands silence.

Deadpool 2 is out next weekend, and most of the plot is still unknown to the public. Though the tease is funny enough to hype us with a Celine Dion song and others of its kind, the trailers and TV Spots reveals little about the actual direction for Deadpool and his new assemble. Brolin's Cable looks like a villain, but we know that he will eventually work out the bad first impression and co-operate with The Merc with A Mouth in the end.

Expect more substantial promotional material for Deadpool 2 next week.

Source: Ryan Reynolds