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The Most Hysterical And Heart-Wrenching Moments From Deadpool 2

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Deadpool is one of Marvel Universe’s most successful characters, for reasons other than his brute powers and superhero abilities. Rather, the character is comical, satirical, and sure to pump any audience full of laughs. Here are some of the greatest, most hilarious moments from Deadpool 2. WARNING: Spoilers ahead!

The Pre-Title Sequence: Beginning With A Bang

While most films save their action for the peak of the plot, Deadpool 2 kicked off with some pretty wild pre-title and opening credit sequences. From the sudden death of Deadpool’s girlfriend to his rumination over how writers are the actual “villains” of a film, the opening moments capture all of the most hysterical and unique elements of Deadpool’s character.

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The Hilarious Formation And Downfall Of “X-Force”

The formation of the “X-Force”—described by Deadpool as “forward-thinking”,” gender neutral” and “super-duper”—is a high (though short-lived) point of the film! The ‘auditions’ they hold to join the superhero gang lead them to pick up some eccentric, out-of-control, powerful figures. Though they’re all wiped out within minutes of joining, putting the group together is an unforgettable and stand-out moment of comic relief.

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Deadpool And Vanessa: A Surprisingly Touching Scene

Deadpool may be more comedic than dramatic, but the cheesy character gets caught up in a surprisingly moving moment with his deceased girlfriend, Vanessa, when she is briefly killed. Their afterlife connection is touching and sensational, with Vanessa telling him that they would have their time, but “it’s just not now.”

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The Laugh-Till-You-Cry Mid-Credit Sequence

Speaking of Vanessa: the scenes littering the closing credits are just as fantastic as the opening ones, with Vanessa making her permanent reappearance. These final moments are filled with both thrilling hints for the next movie and hysterical gags, such as Deadpool time traveling to save Vanessa and killing off the distorted version of himself that once faced Wolverine.

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The Most Hysterical Moment: Killing Off Pre-Green Lantern Ryan Reynolds

No moment can live up to Deadpool’s funniest kill in the whole film: Ryan Reynolds himself. When he altered time to rescue Vanessa, Deadpool took the opportunity to fatally shoot Reynolds to prevent him from starring in Green Lantern (which flopped with critics). This funny scene took self-depreciation to a whole new level!

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