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Movie Info & Cast


A fast-talking mercenary with a morbid sense of humor is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers and a quest for revenge.


  • Ryan Reynolds
  • Karan Soni
  • Ed Skrein
  • Michael Benyaer
  • Stefan Kapicic
  • Brianna Hildebrand
  • Style Dayne
  • Kyle Cassie
  • Taylor Hickson
  • Ayzee

Did You Know?


  • In February 2014, David S. Goyer was hired to direct, but by August, he had gone on to work on other films.
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  • (at around 40 mins) In an early scene in which Deadpool escapes from Colossus, he has neither sword on his back as he falls into an open-bed truck. He later emerges from the truck and now has both swords in place. Then after another flashback, the swords are gone again.
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    • [from leaked test footage]
    • Deadpool: There's no easy way to say this... I'm pregnant, Trevor!
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Verified Review

I went with my friends to watch this this evening and, while I am still processing, my initial assessment is that it is a must see for adults and older teens. Deadpool is fun, exciting, humorous, and honest to the comic character. His timelessness and breaking of the fourth wall make connecting with the movie easier than most. and, as a person who usually dislikes comedies, the humor is across the board and there should be at least one joke that appeals to the viewer.

Kasie S
Verified Review

best movie ever!

brian S


Feb 7, 2016

While Deadpool’s core audience will appreciate the way it flatters their knowledge of genre conventions with winking, cynical humor, too much of this stuff just plays like smug self-satisfaction. The movie is so impressed with itself that the viewer’s satisfaction seems completely irrelevant.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer
Feb 6, 2016

It takes a little while to get in gear — or perhaps just to adjust to what's going on here — but once it does, Deadpool drops trou to reveal itself as a really raunchy, very dirty and pretty funny goof on the entire superhero ethos, as well as the first Marvel film to irreverently trash the brand.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Feb 6, 2016

More often than not, Deadpool’s bratty energy feels liberating, allowing for a sexier, dirtier, more hilarious superhero movie than the typical all-ages Marvel affair, which is so concerned with maximising profits that it risks offending no one.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily