The sequel finds Wade Wilson/Deadpool and the love of his life, Vanessa, trying to start a family.

But a dramatic turn of events instead leads him to X-Manor in search of help from his X-Men pals Colossus and “Negasonic Teenage Longest Name Ever.” At the nearby mutant orphanage, a young boy named Russell (Julian Dennison) has caused a bit of a scene, and Deadpool takes it upon himself to befriend the fire-throwing fiend and put him on the straight and narrow.

Deadpool 2 at Comic-Con 2018

However, time-travelling Terminator wannabe Cable (Josh Brolin, in his second Marvel character appearance this year) has come back to the present to kill young Russell before he commits atrocities in the future. To take him down, DP must assemble a team of his own. Deadpool 2 is bigger and more polished than the first film, but what it lacks in knockabout charm it makes up for with big action set pieces and even more pop culture-infused gags. Expect plenty of fourth-wall breaks, ample digs at the Wolverine, and a bunch of worth-the-wait post-credit scenes. Deadpool 2 is a film about family, though you should be warned that’s not the only F-word in use.

Release Date:  22 August 2018
Format:  DVD Blu-ray 4K
  Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Zazie Beetz

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