RYAN Reynolds is back in action on the set of the highly anticipated sequel to Deadpool.

Now, the actor is teasing the return of one of the best characters from the original to all of his fans that are eagerly awaiting any news out of the Deadpool 2 camp.

It was hard to watch the first Deadpool movie without taking notice of his foul mouthed blind roommate, Blind Al. Played by actress Leslie Uggams, Blind Al worked as a perfect companion to the Merc with a Mouth as she was unable to see the hideous scarring that served as the driving force behind his actions in the 2016 hit.

 

Spent another day with this beautiful lady. Just lost in each other's ears. #BlindAl #DriveBy

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Now, fans were given their first look at her return in the sequel.

Reynolds first posted the photo to his Instagram account with the joking caption, "Spent another day with this beautiful lady. Just lost in each other's ears."

Plot details about the upcoming film are incredibly scarce. However, it looks like Blind Al is still living in the same apartment the duo shared in the first movie.

The sun sets on day 1. Feels good to be back. This dog can hunt.

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As to whether or not Wade still pays his share of the rent, it's unclear after getting back together with his girlfriend in the first film.

All that is known for sure about the upcoming Deadpool sequel is that Josh Brolin will take on the role of the famed comic book character Cable.

According to Deadline, the character first appeared in the 1986 Uncanny X-Men series and has since brushed up against the comic book version of Deadpool several times.

This story originally appeared in Fox News and is republished here with permission.

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