Donald Glover had lots to contemplate after it was announced over a weekend that he would no longer be concerned with a charcterised Deadpool array for FX.
Like all artistic geniuses, he took out his frustrations with art. And by “art,” we meant an unusually meta book for a now gone plan in that Deadpool literally wonders since his charcterised array got scrapped.
The Atlanta star and his hermit Stephen Glover were going write, executive produce, and be showrunners on a charcterised array about a raunchy anti-hero, though were let go by Marvel Television “due to artistic differences.”
But in Glover’s 15-page book — that he took to Twitter to share on Tuesday — Deadpool wonders if “racism” had anything to do with a array removing scrapped. The anti-hero asks a world’s final masculine northern white rhino, Sudan, in a script:
“Do we consider they canceled a uncover since of racism?! Yeah, all a writers were black. The references were flattering black, too. we listened they went over lunch bill grouping Jamaican food during slightest once a week.”
The part finds Deadpool in Africa perplexing to strengthen Sudan, who died a few days ago IRL — though that’s not a usually stream eventuality Glover congested into a script.
Read it for yourself (below) to see references to bitcoin, extremist TV execs, and even some waggish lines about #WhoBitBeyonce.