There Is A Director’s Cut For ‘Deadpool 2’. Here’s What It Featured.

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Now we have news that an extended version of Deadpool 2 actually exists and it is all up to 20th Century Fox studios of they really want the audiences to see this cut.

Director, David Leitch had spoken about this movie in an interview and he quickly revealed that there was another cut for Deadpool 2 and this is what he had submitted at first.

“There’s an extended cut,” Leitch had confirmed.

“And I think that they may want to spin that out as a special thing, but right now I’m sort of… we’re taking our time, and it’s going back to the ‘director cut,’ and then sort of collaborating with Ryan [Reynolds], Rhett [Reese], and Paul [Wernick], and making sure we’re all getting all the jokes we want – to have it be fun and our sort of fun collaboration.”

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A lot of the movie’s jokes made it to the final cut but one scene from the post-credits montage was removed. The original scene was supposed to feature a scene where Deadpool traveled back in time to kill the baby Hitler.

“It’s true,” Wernick had said.

“I think it was cut just because, it was at the very, very end, and it left the audience with this, ‘Oh?’ It’s like, ‘Sure, it’s baby Hitler, but it is a baby. It’s kind of weird to watch that!”

The final post-credits scenes that we saw in Deadpool 2 were surely the most hilarious ones in history.

“We are Deadpool but there is a line we can’t cross,” Wernick had said.

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“Baby killing might be that line,” Reese then added.

A very early version of this movie had shown Deadpool being a father. This scene did not really come to fruition:

“We didn’t get very far down that path,” Reese had said.

“It was an idea that came up but we didn’t get very far.”

“We’ve been developing the script for three years,” Wernick said. We started writing in June of 2015. There were a lot of iterations, one of them Deadpool being a daddy, one of them Deadpool being a villain…”

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It was crucial to the two of them to ensure that Deadpool 2 was as much as a Deadpool movie like its first film.

“What we didn’t want to do was overstuff the movie with too many characters,” Reese had said.

“We added a few but we also wanted to make sure it was inherently a Deadpool movie.”

“This wasn’t X-Force,” Wernick then added.

“It was a Deadpool movie.”