One of the surprise box offices hits of 2016, Deadpool ended up making more than £600 million globally on a £50 million budget, propelling a new genre of foul-mouthed, adult-targeted superhero films onto the market. But there might be trouble brewing regarding part two.
According to Deadline, Tim Miller, the director who turned his first ever feature film into a huge success, has left the project after 'creative differences' with the series' star, Ryan Reynolds.
Reynolds first appeared as the sweary superhero in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, before turning the niche superhero into one of the biggest films of the year.
By all accounts the break-up was amicable, with Fox using Miller to direct the upcoming sci-fi film Influx. And while this might cause fans to feel a tremor of concern, Deadpool 2 isn't scheduled for release until 2018.
There's plenty of time for it be fixed... or broken more.