It looks like Vancouver is now Marvel's version of Narnia, except
The much anticipated Deadpool 2 is currently filming in Vancouver, and it turns out you can go take a hike and just end up on the set. At least that turned out to be the case for Jay Cavanah, who did exactly that and witnessed parts of a pretty heavy duty action sequence involving loads of wrecked cars, some hot rods, an upended bright blue bus, and a dilapidated mansion.
One of those turned over cars is a police car, so odds are a firefight took place here, or a massive explosion. This being Deadpool, both are
In Deadpool #9 Wade Wilson takes on one of his deadliest bounties, the lethal Sabretooth, and the battle is as bloody and brutal as you might expect. Wade first knocks him off of his motorcycle thanks to a fiber wire he setup on the road. This being Sabretooth, that isn't enough to take him out, but Wade gets another hard shot in when he slices his forehead open. This isn't a Ric Flair bleeding from the head cut either, more of an "I can see your skull" type slice.
Sabretooth gets more than a few shots in as well, even managing to impale Deadpool with his own sword. This all comes to a screeching halt though when the two turn their heads to realize that a school bus full of kids has pulled up alongside them. The kids are all staring out their windows at the bloody brawl, and Wade decides to try and pull their attention away from all their blood by singing a classic song with a very Deadpool twist.
"The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round. My fists f*** up Sabretooth's face, pound pound pound. Pound pound pound."
The best part is that the kid's various reactions. Some are scared, some are mesmerized, one pukes on the window, a few are sick, and one has his phone out recording the whole ordeal. Yeah, that's pretty accurate.
Now, Sabretooth isn't involved in the Deadpool sequel, but a version of this moment could still happen between Deadpool and someone else.
You can see the image from the set above, while the bus scene from the comics can be located in the gallery.
Deadpool 2 hits theaters on June 1, 2018.