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Directed by David Leitch (Atomic Blonde), Deadpool 2 brings the Merc with a Mouth back for another round of morally questionable “heroics” – and this time he’s got some new friends joining him. In order to protect a boy (Julian Dennison) from a time travelling cybernetic mutant soldier named Cable (Josh Brolin, a.k.a. “Not Thanos This Time Around”), Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) needs his own super team. So he puts together a Force of X-persons (an... X-Force?) including Domino (Zazie Beetz), Bedlam (Terry Crews), Shatterstar (Lewis Tan), and… Peter (Rob Delaney). OK, so Peter is less of an X-person and more of an average person-person. Fun fact: in the comics, Cable and Deadpool are totes frenemies! Will they put aside their differences to form an uneasy alliance based on insults, frustration, and bodysliding-by-two? Maybe in time for the next movie…
- Ryan Reynolds
- Josh Brolin
- Morena Baccarin
- Julian Dennison
- Zazie Beetz
- T.J. Miller
- Leslie Uggams
- Karan Soni
- Brianna Hildebrand
- Jack Kesy
Did You Know?
- The sequel was announced three days before the release of Deadpool (2016).
- At the beginning of the film, Deadpool says he was on top of 2,000 gallons of gasoline. In fact, he laid on seven 55 gallon drums for a total of only 385 gallons, and several of the drums were labeled as kerosene. However Deadpool tends to exaggerate his statements and was just being dramatic.
- [from trailer]
- Deadpool: So, from our family to yours, keep your pants dry, your dreams wet, and remember, hugs not drugs.
Atom User Reviews
It was great! Funny! I was dying laughing.
Ryan Reynolds, aka Deadpool, aka Wade Wilson, aka the merc with a mouth has done it again. Josh brolin is SICK as cable. Supporting cast was also superb. All in all, a great film.
It’s overstuffed, and essentially empty.
There's action aplenty throughout the film, but Deadpool 2 doesn't bog down in it as many overcooked comic-book sequels do. With Reynolds' charismatic irreverence at its core, the pic moves from bloody mayhem to lewd comedy and back fluidly, occasionally even making room to go warm and mushy.
Perhaps it’s the effort of introducing so many new characters that has sucked out the spontaneity from Deadpool: still, it’s nothing that can’t be sorted for the likely next installments.