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Special forces agent-turned-mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) undergoes what he believes to be life-saving surgery under the knife of a crazed scientist (Ed Skrein). However, the operation does not go as planned, leaving Wade hideously disfigured and embarking on a violent course of revenge. The Marvel Cinematic Universe goes dark for this blackly comic, supremely self-aware sideswipe at the genre. As producer and wise-cracker extraordinaire, Reynolds born to play the damaged avenger whose wit is as sharp as his twin samurai swords.
Director: Tim Miller
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand, Taylor Hickson, Stan Lee, T.J. Miller
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