About the film
The smart-assed “merc with a mouth,” is back in this joke laden, anti-super-hero adventure Deadpool 2 that once again breaks the fourth wall and amps up the potty humour.
After a personal setback, Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) begins to question the point of the superhero business. Reunited with his old pals Colossus (voiced by Stefan Kapicic) and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand)—bargain-brand X-Men, as the movie loves to joke at Professor Xavier’s estate, Deadpool is (kind of) transformed from a mindless mercenary into an X-man.
But Deadpool is and always will be Deadpool.
On his first official outing, Deadpool attempts to diffuse an out-of-control teenage mutant Russell (Hunt for the Wilderpeople’s Julian Dennison), who has fiery superpowers and a bad attitude.
Needless to say it’s an epic fail and here we meet our newest villain, a mutant cyborg, time-travelling soldier Cable (Josh Brolin).
Realising he’s in over his head, Deadpool recruits his own superhero group, the X-Force. The audition process is a hoot.
Deadpool is Reynolds' spirit animal. No one could play this wise-ass assassin better.
Let’s just be grateful for Ryan. Deadpool 2 is everything we hoped for.