Bill Hader eyed to possibly take over as ‘Weasel’ for DeadPool 4

Zazie Beetz and Josh Brolin are rumored to be the only members of Deadpool’s supporting cast from his previous life as a Fox property that will be joining him in jumping ship to the MCU, as they’re reportedly returning as Domino and Cable, respectively. But we also might get a few more familiar characters showing up. It just won’t be the same actors from the Fox films who play them.

According to sources close to WGTC – the same ones that told us John Wick: Chapter 5 is happening and Ryan Reynolds had a secret cameo in Hobbs & Shaw, both of which were true – several Fox roles will very likely be recast. One of them will be Vanessa, with Marvel eyeing A-list actresses for the part, and another will be Weasel. And though no actor has been chosen just yet, we’re told that the studio are eyeing It: Chapter Two‘s Bill Hader for the job. (via WeGotThisCovered, thank you to tumblr for the heads up!)

Bill Hader has voice cameo in ‘Toy Story 4’ -International Trailer Showcases New Rescue Scene Footage

This morning at 7:00 AM GMT (UK time), a new Toy Story 4 international trailer, titled Freedom dropped on the official Disney UK YouTube channel. While the trailer is relatively close to the official trailer released last week, there are a few extended scenes of Forky’s rescue, a vocal cameo by Bill Hader, and a slight tweak to Forky’s line before he jumps out of the RV.

‘IT: Chapter Two’ Reportedly Almost Three Hours Long

Another important note is that, like every early cut of every movie, initial screenings typically compile all of the best takes of the various scenes placed together in chronological order. Once audiences, and the filmmakers, witness multiple viewings of these assembly cuts, the film starts to get whittled down into a more digestible experience. No matter what the first reported running time might be, we always expect these times to vary from the theatrical release of the film.

Even though we know that IT: Chapter Two won’t land in theaters with a three-hour running time, we won’t be surprised if it is longer than the original, as it features not only sequences featuring the young characters from the first movie, but also the adult versions of those characters. The first IT has a running time of two hours and 15 minutes, so we could likely expect Chapter Two to surpass that length.

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