Deadpool will bring his X-rated, hyper violent adventures to TV screens in a brand new animated series.
Donald got his break as a writer on the show 30 Rock, and for a while was best known for his work on Community, as well as his music released under the moniker Childish Gambino.
Donald Glover and his brother, Stephen are co-creating an animated series centered around Marvel's 'Deadpool, ' set to air on FXX in 2018.
Donald Glover has previous experience working on TV, having created and starred in award-winning U.S. show Atlanta.
According to Variety the show will be a 10 episode series beginning in 2018.
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Jeph Loeb added, "How much more fun could this be?"
"Deadpool, Donald and FX - the flawless fit for the Merc with the Mouth!", Marvel TV chief Jeph Loeb told Entertainment Weekly. With a rabid following of fans from across the globe, he now stars in a variety of best-selling titles from Marvel Comics.
The Glovers will write, executive produce, and serve as showrunners for the upcoming FXX series. "We're thrilled that our relationship with FX that started with Legion continues with what is sure to be a groundbreaking show in adult animation".
The show will capitalize on 20th Century Fox's Deadpool movie, which made US$780 million (RM3 billion) - 13 times its budget - last year, with Ryan Reynolds as the wisecracking mercenary nicknamed "The Merc with the Mouth". Now, as announced yesterday, he will be diving into yet another field: animated television.