Juggernaut’s presence in Deadpool 2 has made fans delighted, and more importantly, Juggernaut was hidden entirely during the promotions and watching him on the screen with all his glory was pure bliss. His design was very much like the comic books, the only thing that’s missing from his appearance was his Dark Brown comic-book costume, which may appear in future X-Men movies if he gets to make an entry.
Deadpool 2 was not the first appearance of Juggernaut in live-action movies, we have seen him in previous X-Men films as well, but it was not well received and he was introduced as a side character with forgettable acting performances. Deadpool 2’s Juggernaut on the other had a massive build, like really huge, exactly like the way we have seen him in X-Men animated series, and comic books. He had a perfect voice, and his personality was true to the character.
The creators didn’t try to impose any practicality to make Juggernaut fit in the real world; he appeared as if he would have lived inside the pages of comic books. The other comic book movie creators should always keep Juggernaut’s appearance in Deadpool 2 as a benchmark; they should alter the looks of the character to match the tone of the movie. Fans want to see the characters on the big screen in their comic book avatar, botching up their appearances to bring practicality doesn’t make sense in the comic book genre.
In this post, we have gathered all the fantastic Juggernaut concept designs that went through the creations and idea-generation phases of the X-Men movies. Some of the models are so outrageous that you would say “How The Hell This Is Looking Like Juggernaut To The Guy?.” Here are the incredible Juggernaut concept designs that were considered during X-Men and Deadpool 2’s character development stage:-