We have to say that there are a lot of superheroes out there but whenever the name of Deadpool comes in front of us we simply have no choice than to smile and expect something crazy and inhuman from that because he is the kind of superhero who doesn’t come into the line of predictability. Well, recently another crazy thing has been revealed that we would’ve almost had a scene of Deadpool urinating on the grave of Shatterstar in the post-credits scene of Deadpool 2.
The things were revealed during the screening of the movie Deadpool 2 for the members of the Academy in order to get their hands on some Academy Award nomination and they were literally amazed by the huge number of people that turned up for the screening.
From the side of the members of the movie, there were Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and Ryan Reynolds on one side with the host of the show on the other side.
But, it was none other than Rob Liefeld, who is the man behind the co-creation of characters like Deadpool, Cable, and many others. Well, the man has simply posted a kind of summary of the whole screening in his Instagram post in which he has written down all the things he saw and heard in the screening. The picture of the screening he posted is down below:
Also, he revealed a lot about the addition of Deadpool urinating on the grave of Shatterstar, almost making its way into the post-credits scene of the movie. As he stated in the caption of his Instagram post,
DEADPOOL Q&A Academy Screening! The Academy Screening filled the legendary Zanuck Theatre on the Fox lot last Night. The place was at capacity and the sense I got was that many of these folks were seeing the film for the very first time. My son turned to me after the first few roars of fresh laughter and said, “have these people really not seen this yet?” “Welcome to Hollywood, son,” I whispered back. Feels like some academy members may wait until screening season to catch up. Afterward, there was a sprinted Q&A with Ryan and his co-writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Each of them is writers are on the film as well as producers. The big takeaways from the Q&A are as follows. 1) The purpose of Deadpool 2 was to find Wade a family and a sense of belonging amongst the dysfunctional X-Force, hence it being a “family” film. 2) Hiding the fate of X-Force was a priority and they enjoyed the mis-direct created with the extra attention marketing provided by making them seem more important in the grand scheme. 3) The CODA’S were shot after the film TRAVEL can be tricky but they utilized it as a means of changing Vanessa’s fate, something they hotly debated given it could be seen as cowardly but ultimately felt served the characters the best. 5) Ryan shared the un-used CODA’S involved Deadpool peeing on the ShatterStar’s grave, Peter shows up with a prosthetic arm and an entire new X-Force team auditioning. 6) DEADPOOL 3 – Ryan said there is no shortage of ideas for DP 3 and in fact, Paul Wernick pitched him a fresh take in the lobby prior to the Q&A. Rhett commented that X-Force is brewing as well, very exciting. 7) The turnaround between the 1st and 2nd film was brisk of 12 months. I’d say they nailed it! Good news all around. Wishing the film and its award campaign the very best! #deadpool #marvel
The cast and crew of the Deadpool 2 movie are really praying at this point in time as they’re really hoping to get some Academy Award nominations in their hands. Also, on the other side, they’re quite busy doing promotions and advertising of movie ‘Once Upon A Deadpool’ which we all know is the PG-13 cut of the movie Deadpool 2.
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