X-Men superheroes have time and again reinforced the fact that it is not easy to be a superhero. While promoting Logan, Hugh Jackman shared that he can finally eat pasta, bread and many other things he had given up for 16 years playing the Wolverine.
It is now reported that another X-Men character is in the making and he has to give up loads of "junk" from his diet to bring the comic character to life. Yes, Deadpool 2's Josh Brolin, who is bringing the role of Cable to life, just revealed the diet he has to follow for the upcoming Deadpool sequel. His diet is bound to leave you stunned.
Announcing that he has begun training for his role in Deadpool, understandably that he is juggling Avengers: Infinity War simultaneously, revealed his diet for the coming few months. The 49-year-old actor is said to be off-bread, no sugar and no pasta to tone up for his role in the R-Rated movie.
While these sacrifices will help him beef up for the role, the diet chart seems to have pissed off the actor. Sharing the details, the actor shares a picture on Instagram with a caption: "Cable's coming, growing from the inside. Clean building from a past of donut travel to the present hard case that he is. No sugar. No bread. No pastas. The machine is being built. I'm pissed off. #cable #deadpool #ryanreynoldsismybitch #cleangrowth @justindlovato @iambuilt #fourweeksin"
The actor has been training in Gold's Gym with trainer Heath Evans. The trainer has also shared a picture posing with the Thanos actor captioned: "This "Old Boy" owes me some donuts! #foreverdisturbed & I'm not talking about Goonies! But seriously @joshbrolin you owe me donuts! #SaturdaysAtTheMecca"
The two pictures also highlight Brolin's huge biceps in the making, showing that the actor is trying vigorously to beat the sh*t out of Ryan Reynolds (as the two tease each other to an internet fight). Though it has just been a month since the actor was picked among speculated names like Michael Shannon, Brad Pitt, David Harbour, Russell Crowe, and Kyle Chandler, the Cable actor is out to do justice for his selection.
Deadpool 2 is scheduled to begin filming in June and the film is slated to release in June next year. The film is directed by David Leitch and stars Ryan Reynolds in the title role. The film seeks out to introduce Deadpool's time-traveling mutant partner Cable, aka Nathan Summers, in the sequel.