Deadpool 2 manages to make the X-Men timeline even more confusing, but in doing so may actually put Fox's continuity problems behind them.
Screen Rant's Features Editor, Alex struggles to watch a film without thinking of an ace explainer or hot take. The team's London-based member, he has been writing about film online since 2012 and in that time has covered everything from Cannes to the MCU (especially the latter's timeline errors). He likes all manner of movies, from Gaspar Noe's Love (he's even quoted on the DVD) to Toy Story 2, and will readily debate why the original Star Wars is still the best one. If you're ever in a Soho pub and hear someone shouting about how the modern movie landscape is all a result of the comic industry's speculator bubble, come say hi (or if that's too much of a trek just message me on Twitter @ADLeadbeater).
Articles by Alex Leadbeater
Deadpool 2 may be poised to be a big hit, but that doesn't mean Deadpool 3 is a guarantee. Wade Wilson's future goes in a different direction.
Deadpool 2 introduces time travel and, like much of the X-Men universe, it makes no sense. But we're going to try our best to make sense of it all!
Deadpool 2 has one of the best end-credits scenes ever. We break down everything that happens and what it means for the Wade Wilson's past and future.
We talk with Black Panther producer Nate Moore about how its success affected Infinity War, where the MCU is heading after Phase 3, and more.
Infinity War was Part 1... until it wasn't. Here's how Marvel changed their marketing approach for Avengers 3 - and the problem it leaves Avengers 4.
Westworld Season 2 has thus far failed to live up to the hype, and the key issue holding the show back is its obsessive use of multiple timelines.
The Predator's first trailer is here... and its deflating. We take a look at why the teaser falls flat and what it reveals about Shane Black's film.
The Force Awakens had one weird Millennium Falcon easter egg, but it looks like Solo: A Star Wars Story may actually explain how it came to be.
Each Infinity Stone in Avengers 3 comes with sacrifice, none more pained than on Thanos himself. Is this Horcrux-style quest the key to his defeat?