Killing baby Hitler and more!
After a successful theatrical run ($318.1 million domestic, $732.6 million worldwide), Deadpool 2 has now debuted on Digital HD, a release which includes a number of bonus features including some Deleted and Extended Scenes.
There are just two Deleted/Extended Scenes that are pulled out on their own, that span just two minutes and 39 seconds, but there are 15 minutes of new footage in the Super Duper [email protected]%!#& Cut. We’re breaking down all of these scenes, starting with the two that were separated in the bonus features of the Digital HD release.
What’s somewhat confusing about all of this is they went through this trouble to add 15 minutes of new footage, but then added these two additional scenes that weren’t in either the theatrical cut, or the Super Duper Cut. Regardless, these two scenes come in at just over two and a half minutes, combined, and they were likely cut for time, even though they’re quite entertaining.
This first scene doesn’t last too long, just under 30 seconds, featuring the Merc With the Mouth (Ryan Reynolds) getting ready to kill himself on a park bench, talking to himself about his “heart being in the right place.” He’s suddenly joined by an elderly couple, who seemingly have no problem with a guy wearing a red mask holding a gun, as they sit down beside him, while Deadpool tries to talk them out of sitting there. The stubborn old man retorts with, “It’s a free country,” which Deadpool agrees to, before stating how much he loves their work in the Pixar classic Up. Just as he’s about to off himself, Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) towers over the Merc, knocks him out and drags him away, saying how terribly sorry he is for his loss.
Hitler Coda Extended
At San Diego Comic-Con, director David Leitch first unveiled this scene, which, like the rest of the post-credits scene, was set to Cher’s “If I Could Turn Back Time.” The scene that you can see in the Super Duper Cut shows DP trying to talk himself into killing a baby (while borrowing Chevy Chase’s “This is crazy” scene from Vacation), who is revealed to be a baby Adolf Hitler. We see him go in for the kill, so to speak, before it cuts out, although we never see him actually kill hitler.
This extended scene is set up a bit differently, with the reveal of Hitler’s name happening much earlier than in the regular Super Duper cut scene, although it does play out largely the same until DP reaches in to grab the baby. However, this extended version shows that he actually reaches in to pick up the baby and hold him. While lovingly bouncing the baby in his arms, DP tells baby Hitler that the real problem may have been that he just never had someone who gave a s**t about him. Speaking of s**t, DP realizes that the baby Fuhrer hasn’t been changed, theorizing that he turns out to be a “little bastard” because no one ever changed his diapers. The extended scene ends with DP starting to change baby Hitler’s diaper, admitting that he doesn’t have what it takes to kill a baby, and that he’s just going to change his diaper and come back with his friend Cable), who has “a real way with kids.”
And now for the Super Duper Cut Scenes …
Opening “International” Montage
This scene starts off the same as in the theatrical cut, with Wade saying that he’s gone “international,” but there are a few alternate jokes swapped in during certain moments. In Hong Kong, when Deadpool first dives through the high-rise window and confronts a group of Chinese thugs, he has a different joke. In the theatrical cut, Wade just starts counting off in Spanish, “Uno, dos, tres, quatro,” before they start shooting. In the Super Duper Cut, DP apologizes, realizing that this isn’t “Gilbert’s,” and that he thought this was, “an anal-bleaching party.” The Super Duper cut also removes the “sea breeze” joke from theatrical, replacing it with a beat where DP puts out the terrified bartender’s cigarette, saying they’ll kill her before hopping over the bar and killing everyone in hilarious fashion.
In the Sicily funeral scene, where DP pops up out of casket at a funeral, there is an additional tiny scene where one of the gangsters gets away, and Wade dispatches of him with a shot to the head, while leaping over a tombstone and throwing some shade at Steve Rogers, stating, “You don’t see Captain America do that,” as the gangster’s briefcase of money flies open.
In the Super Duper Cut the scene in Biloxi, Mississippi, where Wade masquerades as a stripper at a biker bar, happens before the Osaka scene, not after, ending with Wade literally sliding into the Osaka bathhouse. While this Osaka scene does exist in the theatrical cut, it’s much lengthier, and gorier (set to a soothing Enya track) in the Super Duper Cut. In the theatrical version, this scene ends when DP grabs a towel tied to the waist of a very alive Japanese gangster, which causes DP to see his “junk” and remark, “Scout Master Kevin?” before cutting to Biloxi, but in the Super Duper Cut, DP says, “Left a little landing strip there, I like it,” before the fight continues. Three others join in, all stabbing the Merc with their swords before coming to an end.
Extra Dopinder Taxi Scene
After DP escapes from Sergei Valishnikov’s (Thayr Harris) thugs, the scene with Dopinder (Karan Soni) driving him home unfolds the same as the theatrical cut, but when he drops him off, there is an extra bit in the Super Duper cut with DP trying to motivate him to become an assassin, telling his faithful cabbie to, “grab those dreams by the d**k tip and make it rain.” When DP gets inside, trying to explain to an impatient Vanessa (Monica Baccarin) why he was late, there are a few extra bits about launching gluten into space (previously seen in one of the trailers) and diarrhea.
Opening Credits Sequence
The hilarious opening credit sequence, which is clearly a nod to the elaborate sequences from the James Bond franchise, are slightly different in both the theatrical and the Super Duper Cut. While the footage is exactly the same, the parody credits are a bit different. The first few are the same (A Film By Wait a Minute!, Produced by Did You Just Kill Her?, Presented by What the F**k?), but instead of “In Association With I Don’t Understand,” the Super Duper Cut replaces that with “Production Designer She Was Like Everyone’s Favorite Character.” Then they have, “Film Editing Good Luck Bringing Me Back F***heads” before “Starring Obviously, Someone Who Hates Sharing the Spotlight,” and instead of “Written by The Real Villains” (riffing off the first movie where it was Written by The Real Heroes), the Super Duper Cut has, “Writers I Blame The Writers, “Real Heroes” My Ass.” They also changed “Cinematography Blind Al” to “Cinematography Someone Who Would Literally Film Anything” before ending on the same director’s credit, “Directed By One of the Guys Who Killed the Dog in John Wick.”
The scene after the opening credits, where Wade is drowning his sorrows at Sister Margaret’s, plays out roughly the same, although a few bits are rearranged and there are a few alt jokes. When Weasel (T.J. Miller) tells Wade he has to go home, in the Super Duper Cut, he tells Wade he smells sauerkraut left out in warm rain or Rush Limbaugh’s couches after Shark Week. When Dopinder asks about the correlation between a mop and a gun, instead of the theatrical joke where Weasel says, “They both have handles,” the Super Duper Cut has Weasel saying, “Because I can shove both of them up your ass and still kill you.”
After Wade leaves Sister Margaret’s, he heads to Blind Al’s (Leslie Uggams) to pick up a hidden stash of cocaine, telling Al that he’s about to do something really stupid. In the theatrical cut, we go right back to the opening scene, where Wade is laying on all the gasoline barrels, ready to kill himself via a fiery explosion. In the Super Duper Cut, though, we get an imaginary montage of different ways Wade imagines killing himself.
The first shows Wade visiting a zoo, still wearing his mask, admiring the polar bear exhibit. He tells a precocious young child that he’s a superhero named Captain Delicious Pants, before diving into the exhibit where the bear eats him alive. The second scene shows Wade drinking “Clog Cleaner” atop a skyscraper before jumping off. We see a group of people looking down at him, with one woman stating, “I can’t believe he’s still alive,” while Wade, lying in a pool of blue blood (presumably from the “Clog Cleaner”), responds by saying, “I can’t believe you left the house with that shirt” before getting up.
Then it cuts back to Wade on the barrels, but before he flicks the cigarette into the barrel, he takes makes another joke at the expense of his studio, saying he needs to find another way to “Die Harder, Trademark Fox.”
In the Super Duper Cut, after the brief scene where Colossus drags Wade into the X-Mansion, we get a brand new scene that shows Russell, a.k.a. Firefist (Julian Dennison) being brought to the Essex House for Mutant Rehabilitation (Broadstone House) for the first time. Firefist is met by the Headmaster (Eddie Marsan), who tells the youngster that there is no need to pick locks at Broadstone, because there are no locks on their doors or no bars on their windows. Headmaster tells him that all of the children stay because, “deep down inside, you know you’re unfit to leave.” The scene ends with Headmaster saying they can “fix that,” before giving him a hug and whispering, “Blessed are the wicked who are healed by my hand.”
The Fridge Scene
The Super Duper Cut pushes up the scene where Cable meets the two rednecks (Matt Damon and Alan Tudyk), and adds a tiny little scene where Cable robs a store for supplies in the middle of the night, which leads us back to the X-Mansion for this Fridge scene. While Colossus works out on the lawn, Wade bemoans the state of the labeled food in the fridge. He angrily rips a piece of masking tape off an aluminum container and replaces it with custom velcro labels, which he somehow had time to make. This takes Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildenbrand) and Yukio (Shioli Kutsuna) by surprise, with Yukio wondering who he’s talking to and Negasonic wondering why Wade is, “dressed like a registered sex offender.” While Wade continues to ramble on about the fridge, Negasonic sees right through this “nice guy s**t.” Wade retorts by stating that the X-Men have “rubbed off” on him and he hopes has rubbed off on them too, before saying he has to hunt down some dust bunnies. While Colossus completely buys it, Wade gives Negasonic a bit of a parting shot, flicking her off.
Firefist Goes to School… Kinda
Directly after the Fridge Scene, we get a glimpse at a class at the Broadstone House, presided over by the Headmaster. He tells the students that they can’t help themselves, but they can with, “Work, discipline and treatment.” We also see Firefist being strapped into a chair, terrified, before Headmaster approaches, telling him he wants to help him feel the way he needs to feel, every time he wants to act on his urges. Firefist responds by telling him to, “suck my mutant d**k,” before Headmaster zaps his neck with a strange device.
Come Back, Wolverine…
The post-credit scene where Wade goes back to different points in time is still largely the same, but there is a subtle, yet intriguing difference in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine scene. In the theatrical cut, Deadpool still kills the other version of himself where his mouth is sewn together, telling Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) that he’s just, “cleaning up the timeline.” In the Super Duper cut, he says the same thing, but adds another tidbit from “the future,” telling Wolverine that he’s eventually going to “hang up the claws, and it’s going to make a lot of people very sad.” He then adds, cryptically, “But one day, your old pal Wade is gonna ask you to get back in the saddle again, and when he does, say yes.” Ryan Reynolds has said publicly, many times, that he wants to bring Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine into this R-rated franchise, but whether or not that’s possible, or whether Jackman himself is willing, remains to be seen.
For more of our Deadpool 2 coverage, read our review, watch our spoilercast, enjoy our breakdown of all the Easter eggs we caught, dive into our breakdown of the end credits scenes, find out who actually directed that superhero cameo as well as who voices THAT character, and discover how much it took for that superstar to make a cameo!
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