Deadpool 2: Deadpool Gets his Diapers Changed in Super Duper Cut Video

Deadpool 2 was a total masterpiece! Director David Leitch who is one of the best action movie directors currently working in Hollywood was hired by Fox after Tim Miller left the project due to creative Differences. And boy did he deliver! Deadpool 2 is surely one of the best movies of this year and now that we have seen the Super Duper Cut with the Digital HD release, it is safe to say that this extended cut is even better and crazier than the theatrical cut that we got!

Deadpool 2 Super Duper Cut

The Super Duper Cut has added a lot more. After the first Deadpool, the second one had a bigger budget which obviously meant that the movie could try out new things and really go big on the R-Rated Hardcore action! As a result, we did get more crisp and extraordinary action sequences with one of the best men at the job Directing those, but this movie was even bigger on the funny parts. It obviously added more cast members this time around and gave us something we all wanted, which was for Colossus to pick on someone his own size.

The Super Duper Cut was very different from the theatrical cut as the 15 minutes of extended time allowed the movie to put in more jokes, more scenes which explained the movie better, extra long action sequences and a crazy ending that was even more enhanced this time around. The ones who saw the movie in the theatres saw how crazy the post-credits scene of the movie was. Deadpool got Cable‘s time travel device fixed and he used it to fix all the wrongs that happened around him in the past. 

But the Super Duper Cut took it way back in the past where Deadpool met baby Hitler! The scene starts with Deadpool entering the nursery where baby Hitler has been kept, and there he is caught off guard by how difficult the task is even though he knows that what he is about to do is going to end the suffering of the entire world. He takes his time, gains confidence and then right before he actually does the unthinkable, he recites his catchphrase and leans in to choke Hitler with “Maximum effort.” We don’t actually see him choking a baby as it all happens from Hitler’s point-of-view as Deadpool moves in for the kill. 

This scene could actually change everything for the future of the Deadpool Universe as not only will the world be saved from the savagery of Führer, but it could also completely deny the entire plot of the film. The whole movie was about portraying Deadpool to be against any violence when it comes to kids as he dedicated himself to saving young Russell from being killed by Cable even though Cable claimed the fact that Russell will go on to become a tyrant in the future. 

Thankfully he did not Kill Hitler! There was another scene at the very end that showed Deadpool could not kill him. He denied and said that he would return to complete the job with Cable, who is much bigger and better on this baby killing business! Well, Cable could assist the merc with a mouth in making this kill, but first of all, he is going to be really pissed at Deadpool after he finds out that his time travel device has already been fixed and he can actually go home. That reaction of Cable is going to be worth a Million Dollars!

Now, Deadpool 2 Super Duper Cut is coming out on Blu Ray and Ryan Reynolds has released a new promo of Deadpool getting his diaper changed! This was a reference to the baby legs and baby junk scene that got to see in the movie. Have a look at a grown Deadpool getting his diaper changed:

Deadpool 2 will be out in Blu Ray Tomorrow. Here’s the official Synopsis:

“Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool meets Russell, an angry teenage mutant who lives at an orphanage. When Russell becomes the target of Cable — a genetically enhanced soldier from the future — Deadpool realizes that he’ll need some help saving the boy from such a superior enemy. He soon joins forces with Bedlam, Shatterstar, Domino and other powerful mutants to protect young Russell from Cable and his advanced weaponry”.

Vansh Mehra

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