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DEADPOOL 2 (2018): Jack Kesy Cast As Villain

Jack Kesy

Jack Kesy Joins The Cast Of Deadpool 2 As Major Antagonist

The Strain actor Jack Kesy has been cast as an unknown villain in 20th Century Fox‘s upcoming Marvel superhero sequel Deadpool 2.

Although he is not exactly a household name, Kesy has been quietly building a reputation for himself on film and TV alike. In addition to his numerous appearances as Gabriel Bolivar and The Master on the aforementioned Strain, he has also had a guest role on Ray Donovan and is currently filming for Claws. On the big screen, he can be seen in a minor role in the just released Baywatch.

Although Fox hasn’t revealed which villain Kesy will play in the Deadpool follow-up, rumors postulate that it will be none other than Black Tom. An Irish mutant who made his comic debut in 1976, Tom has the power to use plants and wood to project energy and manipulate it.

Per Superherohype, the source of this story:

Deadpool 2 is set to introduce two key characters from the X-Force world, including Zazie Beetz (Atlanta) as Domino, a luck-manipulating mutant, and Cable (Josh Brolin), the time-traveling son of the X-Men’s Cyclops. Leslie Uggams will return as Blind Al, Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Stefan Kapicic as the voice of Colossus. It’s also been confirmed that both an X-Force movie and a Deadpool 3 are being planned as separate follow-ups to Deadpool 2.

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