Now Reynolds and director David Leitch just have to find the man to play Cable, with names ranging from Avatar's Stephen Lang (still the best choice) to Stranger Things sheriff David Harbour all running through the rumor mill in recent weeks.
In the X-Men mythology, Domino was a mutant mercenary who was involved in the mercenary group Six Pack and later X-Force. She has the ability to manipulate luck and is an expert marksman. Zazie stars opposite Donald Glover on FX's "Atlanta".
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News comes from The Hashtag Show, and they say that Monae is being considered for the role of Domino.
For the latter, it's been quite a ride for us, fans. We've got our Domino! Actress Zazie Beetz has been confirmed. As Domino, she'll transform into an engineered mutant who was conceived as part of a Secret United States government program called Project Armageddon. A tough, sassy, and unsafe woman. She is also known for her witty personality.
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Reynolds first gave a hint by posting an image of dominoes. After that she'll most likely join the X-Force in their insane adventures! The character has one of the comic book medium's more complicated origin stories, so it remains to be seen what will go into the back story of the big screen Cable. Rumor has it that actress/singer-songwriter Janelle Monae is now the frontrunner for the role.
The continuation of the R-rated action comedy - hitting U.S. theaters on March 2, 2018 - will be helmed by SAG Award-winning stuntman David Leitch.
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