That last bit may or may not be a coy reference to The Walt Disney Co.'s $52.4 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox, which is distributing Deadpool 2 - and which actually made him cut a Disney joke from the film. The answer is pretty obvious, and thankfully, Deadpool himself is here to tell it like it is.
You'll likely already know that Deadpool 2 is headed back to cinemas - in United Kingdom cases, for one night only - and a new teaser for the tweaked version, Once Upon A Deadpool finds Ryan Reynolds' Wade Wilson being questioned by a captive Fred Savage. Deadpool's response: "It's a family movie". One of those questions: "Why PG-13?"
To everyone's credit, a portion of the proceeds for this shameless attempt to bilk more money out of Deadpool fans will be going to a good cause. For every ticket sold, $1 will go to the charity Fudge Cancer - previously known as Fuck Cancer, "who have graciously changed their name to be more PG-13 friendly for the 12 days of Once Upon A Deadpool's release".
Once Upon a Deadpool will arrive in theaters on December 12, 2018. In the new Deadpool, he revisits that character (as an unwilling captive of Deadpool's) to frame the child-appropriate retelling of the film's plot or, as the first trailer put it, to filter it "through the prism of childlike innocence".
The "this" Fred is asking about, the thing he's wondering whether audiences will swallow, is of course the new version of the movie that actually includes some new scenes and is an homage of sorts to Savage's starring role in the 1987 classic "The Princess Bride". As Deadpool says: "I'm not sure this level of curiosity is cute from a middle-aged man strapped to a bed against his will". "The second condition took some explaining..."