Cut Deadpool 2 Post-Credits Scene Might Have Crossed The Line

  • Cut Deadpool 2 Post-Credits Scene Might Have Crossed The Line

Cut Deadpool 2 Post-Credits Scene Might Have Crossed The Line

The reviews have been positive, but the one thing everyone seems to agree on is that the post-credits scene of the new film is really quite something.

No need to check your glasses, you read that correctly.

During an interview with Uproxx, Wernick and Reese said that it was their plan to have theAvengers: Infinity War star reappear as Human Torch more than 10 years after he left the role.

Funnily enough, that wasn't the only proposed post-credits scene that didn't end up making it into the movie. There were more X-Force interviews that were talked about. One was Chris Evans as Human Torch.

Interviewer Mike Ryan asked the writers if this didn't work out because Evans declined to appear, but that wasn't the case.

As we previously reported, however, this joke didn't go down well at all in test screenings, as audiences were rightly repulsed by the idea of the hero of the movie they were watching murdering an infant. "Someone had the idea we actually did and we thought that was better". But we definitely had a lot more X-Force interviews with freakish, random people coming in to interview.

ComicBook.com met with Deadpool 2 screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick at the sequel's premiere in NY the other night and pressed them for info on their take on the Baby Hitler scene and why it didn't make it into the finished cut. "There's even a draft of that scene where we back it up even more where he's standing over baby Hitler and says, 'God, that is a toughie.' He finds a Sharpie and draws a mustache on the baby-a little baby mustache-and says 'Maximum effort!'"

REESE: Our last moment was Deadpool saying "Maximum effort!" as he goes in to throttle the baby.

"And not just supposed to happen", added Wernick.

When we first heard about the Disney/20th Century Fox business merger, Deadpool was at the top of the list of characters we wanted to see thrown into the Marvel Cinematic Universe mix.

Would you have liked to see Chris Evans appear in Deadpool 2? Or is it better if he just stays Captain America, far away from the Human Torch?

Deadpool 2 will have its own share of hilarious moments and will most likely feature some amusing scenes during the credits when it arrives in theaters later this week.