In the movie, Deadpool becomes 'Weapon XI. The Weapon XI character in the film is a significant departure from the comic book Deadpool, having retractable swords in his arms and having been imbued with the powers of other mutants that Sabretooth killed. The movie character also lacks the iconic red suit and, while as Wade Wilson he did a fair amount of wisecracking, he never broke the fourth wall, which is another signature Deadpool characteristic. The movie overall received fairly poor ratings by critics and fans. Fans were generally disappointed in Deadpool's film debut, but that may have paved the way for creators to double their efforts for the next portrayal.
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This movie was the eighth installment in the 20th Century Fox's X-Men film series, however--taken as a whole--the series is not without its contradictions. In the movie, as in the comic books, Wade Wilson was working as a mercenary and met an escort named Vanessa before he was diagnosed with cancer.
In the comics, she is actually the mutant, Copycat. Killbrew, the sadistic doctor who experimented on super-soldier washouts like Wilson at the 'Workshop. In the comics she was a teenager with less power and not connected with Deadpool's origin. Weasel's comic book origin is 'actually' tied to Peter Parker's, although with much of Deadpool's history, the only evidence we see or hear is from Deadpool's point of view. In the movie, Deadpool shares a house with Blind Al. Deadpool is stopped from completing his mission to kill Ajax by Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead.
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Colossus' appearance for this movie was changed significantly from his previous cameo in the film series. The movie version of Negasonic Teenage Warhead looks significantly different from the comic book version. Before the final, big battle in the movie, Deadpool has an exchange with his colleague, Bob, from the bad guy's team.
This character is intended to be the comic book character, Bob, Agent of Hydra, but his appearance wasn't negotiated with Marvel. So, his backstory was altered to avoid a direct comparison. Deadpool reluctantly joins the X-Men after Vanessa is killed and Deadpool is unsuccessful in killing himself. But his heart is not in his X-Men membership, and Deadpool goes rogue when the team responds to a mutant incident and Deadpool just starts killing the bad guys.
The incident involves mutant Russell "Rusty" Collins, better known in comics as Firefist. Deadpool is arrested with Collins. Things get even more complicated when Cable shows up from the future to murder Collins for murders Collins will commit in the future. Cable is from one possible future.
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He was transported to the future as an infant and grew up there. In comics, Cable is the leader of the mutant team, X-Force. In the film, however, Deadpool forms X-Force with mostly comical members to defend Collins from Cable. Domino is the most prominent member of the film's X-Force team.
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Her first comic book appearance is clouded in a bit of retroactive continuity. It is later revealed that this was not the real Domino, but a shapeshifting mutant named Copycat. In this retcon continuity, Copycat appeared as herself a few months later in issue And the Vanisher's first comic book appearance is way back in X-MEN  2, but the character has had minor appearances throughout the decades. All of the film X-Force members die ironically in their initial parachute deployment scene, except Deadpool and the 'lucky' Domino.
Juggernaut appears in the film also, as a conspirator with Collins.
Eventually, Cable and Deadpool work together to stop Collins from becoming a murderous villain, and the film gets generally positive reviews ever after. A key issue can be an acceptable place to get started with Deadpool, but they are more of a collector's checklist, as they can carry high price tags. Nearly every first issue of a Deadpool series tends to be a hot back issue.
The first appearances of Domino and Copycat are marked with 'retcon' in parentheses, since at the time of Domino's first appearance, nobody possibly including even the writers knew that she was Copycat in disguise. So, their pre-retcon first appearances are marked with 'retcon' as well. It's a little bit of a mess, but you should have as much info as possible, so you can decide the relative importance of these issues.
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