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Logan

In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hideout on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
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At the beginning of Deadpool 2, the title character posits the whole thing as a feature-length response to the emotionally charged ending of Logan. The movie opens with an action figure of Wolverine impaled on a spike with ‘Pool’s opening line being: “F**k Wolverine.”
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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

A high school slacker pretends to be sick to skip school and have an exciting day off alongside his girlfriend and his best buddy through Chicago, while trying to outwit his obsessive school principal and his unconformited sister along the way.
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Kevin Feige has said that the post-credits scene that inspired him to put one at the end of every movie in the MCU was the one in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Matthew Broderick’s title character walks out in his bathrobe and says to the camera, “You’re still here? It’s over. Go home.” So, it was a perfect gag when, following the end credits of Deadpool’s first solo outing, he did exactly the same thing. He emerged from the same bedroom into the same hallway and wore the same bathrobe over his superhero costume and uttered the same words to the audience. And he still found time for a Deadpool 2 tease, as he promised an appearance by Cable in the sequel.
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The Goonies

A young teenager named Mikey Walsh finds an old treasure map in his father's attic. Hoping to save their homes from demolition, Mikey and his friends Data Wang, Chunk Cohen, and Mouth Devereaux run off on a big quest to find the secret stash of Pirate One-Eyed Willie.
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Josh Brolin’s star-making turn as a teen actor was playing the big brother Brand in the ‘80s Amblin adventure comedy The Goonies. So, it was a delight for film fans when that classic got a shout-out in Deadpool 2. At one point in the movie, ‘Pool says to Cable (also played by Brolin), “Give me your best shot, One-Eyed Willy.” One-Eyed Willy is the legendary pirate whose treasure the titular group of kids is searching for in that movie. This means that the reference works two ways: he’s making fun of Cable’s only working eye, and he’s making fun of the career of the actor who plays him.
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Green Lantern

For centuries, a small but powerful force of warriors called the Green Lantern Corps has sworn to keep intergalactic order. Each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants him superpowers. But when a new enemy called Parallax threatens to destroy the balance of power in the Universe, their fate and the fate of Earth lie in the hands of the first human ever recruited.
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For as much as Ryan Reynolds makes fun of other celebrities and movies in the Deadpool films, he makes fun of himself and his own movies above all else. Fans went into 2016’s Deadpool with Reynolds’ disastrous 2011 Green Lantern movie still relatively fresh in their minds. The incoherent plot, the entirely CGI costume, the clichéd character development – everything about Green Lantern sucked and Reynolds knew it. So, the actor relished the opportunity to take a jab at his past failings as Wade Wilson was being wheeled off for mutant testing, pleading with his captors not to make the super-suit green or computer-generated.
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X-Men

Two mutants, Rogue and Wolverine, come to a private academy for their kind whose resident superhero team, the X-Men, must oppose a terrorist organization with similar powers.
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With the release of Dark Phoenix bringing Fox’s faltering X-Men franchise grinding to a halt as the rights to the characters revert back to Marvel Studios in the Disney merger, fans will no longer have to keep up with the confusing timelines creating by the original series, prequel series, and time travel storylines all running concurrently. But back in 2016, when Deadpool was first released, keeping these timelines straight was still a great struggle. ‘Pool himself pointed this out when Colossus referred to Professor X and he wasn’t sure which Professor X he was referring to, the James McAvoy version of the Patrick Stewart version.
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Adventure Time

Hook up with Finn and Jake as they travel the Land of Ooo searching for adventure. But remember, adventure isn’t always easy. Sometimes you’ve got to battle fire gnomes that torture old ladies, save a smelly hot dog princess from the Ice King, and thaw out a bunch of frozen businessmen. What the cabbage?!
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In the very first scene in Deadpool, we see the Merc with a Mouth sitting on the edge of a highway, waiting for the bad guys to drive past so that he can drop down into their car and ask after Francis. He checks the time and we see that his watch is Adventure Time merch. The oddball Cartoon Network series about the adventures of a talking dog and a human boy in a fantasy world is exactly the kind of quirky, brilliant, hysterical show that Wade Wilson would be a fan of. So, not only is his Adventure Time watch a great pop culture reference; it’s in character, too.
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Nothing Compares 2 U

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Initially, Fox didn’t have the rights to use Negasonic Teenage Warhead in Deadpool. Thankfully, they found a way to get a hold of the character, because Marvel wanted to use Ego the Living Planet, who Fox had the rights to, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, so they traded characters. Brianna Hildebrand took an obscure character from the comics and turned her into a mainstream icon. What makes her such a joy is that she doesn’t take any crap from Deadpool, and will bite back when he makes fun of her. That doesn’t stop him, though. In the first movie, he hilariously compares her to Sinead O’Connor.
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Only Time

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Let’s get real here: we all love Peter. We’ve barely seen him for more than 30 seconds, but he’s already a favourite X-Force member. So here’s a thought: since Peter is everyone’s unofficial dad(dy)—I mean, he’s just as good at beekeeping as he is at serving up stellar life advice—we’re imagining a scenario where Deadpool, in a moment of tender lucidity, gives some of Peter’s recommendations for the absolute best songs of the 80s a listen. Spoiler alert: he ends up even liking a few of them.
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All Out of Love

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Air Supply is the band we love to hate, probably because our parents liked them. The song that plays ironically (and sometimes, completely unironically) at weddings, school dances, and in the car is now here to make you roll your eyes, and sing along until it grows on you and then you’re listening to it on your morning commute over and over again. To be honest, Deadpool’s IDGAF attitude is everyday goals, so yeah, let your freak flag fly. You’re welcome.
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Lemon - Edit

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With a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, we don’t think it’s possible to listen to “Lemon” and not feel like you can take on the whole world. With blunt hi-hats and blunter delivery, this is the sort of song you play when you’re about to throw some punches—or when you’re practicing your “serious superhero” face in the mirror, which we’re fully assuming Deadpool does.
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It's Tricky

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This has to be one of the most clever rap songs to be released. It delivers on the jokes, some zingers, and a whole lot of sass. It’s Deadpool reincarnated (or, we should say, regenerated) with vicious bars to match. We’re sliding this in as X-Force’s walk-off music as explosions go off in the distance.
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Ruff Ryders' Anthem

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Remember when we all had that one week where every other sentence we said was “X Gon’ Give It to Ya”? Nope? Just me? Cool. Remember when Deadpool kicked all the asses to “X Gon’ Give It to Ya” in the last Deadpool movie? I mean, that worked out pretty well for him. Assuming he will be kicking or needing to kick more asses, he should use this OG DMX banger to keep his good luck going—even though this time around, he’ll have Domino to help him out in that department.
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Hey Ya!

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Deadpool is known for being super in his feelings (and we love that he’s as emo as the rest of us). The beauty of this song lies in its nuance: you don’t really know where the joke ends and tragedy begins. You HAVE to dance, but there’s a good chance you’re crying through the tears.
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Dancing Queen

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By now, we have a bunch of examples of Deadpool dancing, and we can’t. look. away. You could say he’s the Dancing Queen in the “my dad is dancing in the middle of the supermarket to ABBA, and it’s good but I don’t want to admit it” kind of way. And we all know Deadpool would be first in line for that reunion tour.
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american dream

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From the endless references to the relative absurdity of the situations around him to Deadpool’s self-deprecating humor, Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool is constantly smashing the 4th wall. We all love a reflexive hero, and who’s better at speaking to the throes of Deadpool’s internal turmoil than the meta king himself, James Murphy.
Goods from Deadpool

40" Twin Ninja Samurai Sword Set w/Over The Back Harness

40 inch overall length. Foam Blade with Plastic Scabbard. Durable Inner Core w/ Special Design Wrapping for Durability. Over the back cross faux leather harness
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Comic Deadpool is generally depicted as having two swords (sometimes just the one, but usually two) and a varying number of firearms.
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Deadpool Motorcycle gloves Full finger durable for road racing bike summer spring

Motorcycle gloves Full finger durable for road racing bike summer spring Powersports support touch screen red
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Best Deadpool costume gloves are for people engaged in dangerous tasks require high-quality gloves for their missions, especially superheroes. Deadpool gloves can be used in many places, such as while riding your motorcycle, or handling dangerous objects.
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Deadpool Movie Cosplay Costume

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Deadpool wears a red and black full body tactical suit in order to hide the cancer scars that cover his entire body.[1] It was designed by his friend Weasel, a weapons designer and arms dealer who designed most of Deadpool's equipment.
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Rulercosplay Deadpool Game Cosplay Mask, Belts and Sword Belt (Waist Belt)

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The belt has a buckle with the "Deadpool Symbol" on it.