Ryan Reynolds Initially Thought 'Deadpool 2' Mid-Credits Scene Was Cheating

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If so, what did you think of Wade Wilson going back to see his previous, silent self? For far too long, Hollywood has kept audiences from experiencing Maximum Bayhem (some scientists maintain that such a thing isn't even possible, much less morally responsible; these scientists can go straight to Hell where they belong), reining in this absolute madman via studio notes, budgetary constraints and a vaguely-defined sense of "right and wrong". "For me, I was literally losing sleep over it though, I was thinking 'oh my god, how are we going to do this, am I going to have to call Hugh and ask him to shoot this chunk that looks exactly like a movie he's already done?' I can't think of a worse hell for a human being to do". Go see "Deadpool 2", and prepare for an eccentric, crude and hilarious time at the movies. Although I will give "Deadpool 2" credit, it's not for lack of trying.

"The suicide scene is in there, and there's a scene in the mansion in the kitchen over breakfast".

We thought we were overstuffing the movie a little bit with too many antagonists, too many villains. "We're looking for every place we can put an alt". According to Rhett Reese... Deadpool can do and say nearly anything and get away with it.

However, the first half of "Deadpool 2" follows in the footsteps of its predecessor in that the film's appeal to my comic book fanboy side just wasn't enough to create a truly enjoyable experience when I simply felt uninvested in anything that was happening on screen.

Ultimately, its comedy is what carries the film and what elevates it from just another joke-filled superhero smash.

In the end, the scene did come together, but it's an understandable headache. He's labeling stuff in the refrigerator as he was told to do.

And it's going to star the newly hot Ryan Reynolds, an actor with no shortage of choices after two Deadpool movies. Did it ruin any of the movie for you?

I don't know much in this insane, mixed-up world, but I do know this: the idea of Michael Bay making a movie for Netflix fills me with unspeakable joy. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor - finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover. Reese and Wernick, co-writers of Deadpool and Deadpool 2, will be executive producing Six Underground.

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