This Is What Happens When Deadpool Meets Princess Bride

Merry Christmas to the Deadpool fan community, we are getting another round of the beloved and hilarious superhero this year. In a radical move by the creators, 20th Century Fox is re-releasing Deadpool 2 with a more festive and appropriate appeal. The re-release will be PG-13, and will embody the 80’s classic, Princess Bride, as the movie follows Wade Wilson telling Fred Savage, the actor who played the young boy in Princess Bride, the story of Deadpool 2.

“You’re in a PG-13 version of Deadpool. Filtered through the prism of childlike innocence! And nobody does childlike innocence like you, Fred. Nobody.” – Deadpool

20th Century Fox has released the trailer for the upcoming “remake,” and it’s got us pumped. Give it a watch to get you and your filmmaking family in the Christmas spirit!

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