Deadpool 2 was one of this summer's many fun sequels, a riff on Terminator 2 that defiantly thumbed its nose at conventional superhero movies and had a climax that hinged on a pun. Even so, it made more than $700 million worldwide and both a sequel and an X-Force spin-off should get rolling any day now.
The film will hit digital services on August 7, but if you really want maximum DP, you'll have to wait until August 21, when the film hits Blu-ray and 4K UHD. The "Super Duper $@%!#& Cut" contains 15 extra minutes of footage, including deleted and extended scenes, as well as alternate takes.
The high-def versions also include a ton of bonus features, including an audio commentary with Ryan Reynolds, director David Leitch, and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (on the theatrical version). There's also a gag reel, a ton of featurettes, and something called "Chess with Omega Red," which is sure to get fanboys salivating at the prospect of the character appearing in a future film.
Fans in San Diego for Comic-Con can get even more action, when Deadpool himself shows up at Hall H on Saturday, June 21 at 5:15pm, with a world premiere screening of the Super Duper $@%!#& Cut following at 9:30pm. There will also be nightly dance parties with an X-Force version of the Rockafire Explosion and a recreation of Deadpool's apartment at the Hard Rock Hotel. Fans can enter a contest – starting July 20 – to stay there on Saturday night.
That's a lot of D, as the press release puts it, but you'll know how to handle it.