Summer Movie Preview 2018: From 'Infinity War' to 'BlacKkKlansman'

From superhero epics to a stranger-than-fiction KKK drama – your complete guide to the season's blockbusters and big-name movies

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'Deadpool 2' (May 18)

Anyone who saw Ryan Reynolds mouth off at the world – and audiences – in 2016's Deadpool is not missing this equally cheap, sleazy and R-rated-ly irresistible sequel. It's not only Reynolds who scores in the smartypants role of his career ("what in the ass?") as a disfigured clownboy who lives to hurt bad guys and sensitive sensibilities. The movie itself revels in having attitude for days, with the promos wickedly mocking the film's non-target audience by trumpeting "from the studio that brought you 27 Dresses and The Devil Wears Prada." It's a superhero movie that delivers the goods and sticks it to every self-serious comic-book fanatic out there. What's not to like?

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