From the studio that brought you Anastasia and Ever After comes a fairy tale that doesn’t go by the book. Everyone’s favorite disreputable Super Hero returns with a twist on Deadpool 2 that the whole gang can enjoy. Watch Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) as he teams up with Domino (Zazie Beet), Cable (Josh Brolin) and the rest of the X-Force to prove that family is not an F-word. With over 20 minutes of new footage and jam-packed with surprises, you’ll wonder why the fudge they even bothered with the original version.
Not only does Once Upon a Deadpool help you deliver on that pesky New Year’s Resolution to spend more time with your family, you can also feel all warm and fuzzy about the fact that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will be donating $1 from every Blu-ray™ Purchase or Digital Buy or Rent from January 1 to January 28, 2019 to Fudge Cancer (US only. Minimum donation of $100,000). Fox also donated $1 for each ticket purchased during the film’s festive theatrical release.
Once Upon a Deadpool is now available on Digital with Movies Anywhere, as well as on Blu-ray.
Review- Once Upon A Deadpool is something definitely quite different. The interactions between Deadpool and Fred Savage (sort of reviving his role from The Princess Bride) are funny and hilariously awkward at times.
There are a few added scenes and alternate takes which help to fill gaps of original scenes that were taken out of the R-rated cut. Pretty much all the gore and blood has deleted. However, much of the humor is still intact. Deadpool also has a lot of fun pushing the PG-13 envelope.
Even with its PG-13 rating, the film still does push its limits. While it is not the rated-R Deadpool we remember, it is still a fun alternate take on the franchise.