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Deadpool 2

Comparison:

  • Theatrical Version
  • Super Duper $@%!#& Cut
Release: Nov 16, 2018 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Asphyxia - external link: IMDB

Deadpool 2 - An improvement in action, stylistic command & casting

The huge success of the first Deadpool is proof that taking a chance and showing an R-rated movie in theaters was definitely the right call by 20th Century Fox. For a character like Wade Wilson with his big mouth, meta jokes and bloody fighting style, a PG-13 would simply not have been possible if the goal was to capture the comic character in its true form. Ryan Reynolds himself was hellbent on rehabilitating his own Deadpool depiction in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and now revels with joy in the creative freedom at his disposal. Therefore, Deadpool 2 shows that its makers must have felt like kids in a candy store with so many options to choose from. And in this sequel, they have even more budget and sovereignity.

Deadpool 2 also lays the groundwork for the Wade-Wilson-led X-Force that has its own film lined up. For that, it introduces Cable (Josh Brolin) and Domino (Zazie Beetz) who are both great characters. Still, considering that the merger between Disney and 20th Century Fox may also have an impact on the age ratings of the high-grossing tentpole films, it’s going to be an interesting question whether that movie will also be rated R. For what it’s worth, Deadpool 2 has demonstrated at the box office that the chosen path can be a lucrative compromise between fan service and revenue as it earned $734 million worldwide.

The Super Duper $@%!#& Cut of Deadpool 2 and its differences

Even though a lot of contemporary comic adaptation were rumored to get a longer version for their home video releases, only a few of them actually got that treatment, e.g. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice or Suicide Squad from the DC universe or The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past with its Rogue Cut. Deadpool 2 is now also part of that special group and its Super Duper $@%!#& Cut is most certainly worth your while. The makers mentioned well before the theatrical run that a considerable amount of scenes had to be left on the cutting room floor and they eventually put it back in for the Blu-ray.

This longer cut comes with almost 15 minutes of additional runtime and offers a lot of differences when you take a closer look at it. Especially the extended action scenes (e.g. the Yakuza sauna) are a clear benefit for viewers who only got a shortened version in cinemas. The additional character scenes are a nice extra but they don’t present many groundbreaking details. The alternate jokes are a factor where the new version loses the race against the theatrical cut since they lack timing and wit more often than they add it. It’s surely a matter of taste and it’s evident that a lot of improvisation happened on the set, generating many different takes and jokes. For all his charm and charisma, Ryan Reynolds can also come across like a bit of a trash-talker and its surprisingly often to the film’s detriment. The theatrical version is funnier on several occasions.

Compared are the Theatrical Version (R-Rated) and the Super Duper $@%!#& Cut (Unrated) (both available on the US Blu-ray by 20th Century Fox).

74 differences, consisting of

39 scenes with alternate footage
21 extended scenes
 7 additional scenes
 4 scenes with alternate dialog
 3 scenen with alternate soundtrack


The Super Duper $@%!#& Cut is 844.16 seconds resp. appox. 14 minutes 5 seconds longer than the Theatrical Version.

Alternate Footage
0:03:33: In the Theatrical Version Deadpool counts in spanish language the amount of gangsters and catches a few bullets from them for that. In the Director's Cut he says with false dismay that he thought he was at "Gilbert's" at the anal bleaching party. The gangsters also answer that with gunshots.
Director's Cut 3.12 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
0:03:50: In the Director's Cut, Deadpool pretends to be dead when two of the gangsters look over the counter and consider it done. Deadpool calms the bartender and says she won't die, but the cigarettes will kill her. In the Theatrical Version he orders a cocktail from her.

Director's Cut 9.2 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Extended Scene
0:04:10: Deadpool draws a weapon, the gangsters reload theirs.
1.48 sec


Extended Scene
0:04:18: Deadpool stabs a triad member with his sword through his neck and then shoots at the others, only one of whom he really hits.
5 sec



Extended Scene
0:03:25:Again there is more action in the Director's Cut. Deadpool shoots two gangsters in the leg, puts his pistol in the mouth of another and says amused before the head shot: "I'm merely a vessel for the Lord."".
6.6 sec



Alternate Footage
0:04:33:Deadpool holds his sword to the gangster's neck in the Director's Cut. In the Theatrical Version in front of the body.
Director's Cut 0.24 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:04:35:What's that, censorship? In the Director's Cut he gives him a bloody headshot, in the Theatrical Version he just knocks him unconscious with the gun.

no difference

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
0:04:37: Interesting. The filmmakers really paid attention to every detail in the Director's Cut. When Deadpool strikes a gangster against his hand and a shot is fired from his pistol which hits his colleague bloody in the shoulder.
The one in the Theatrical Version already has a bloody headshot wound. Not in the Director's Cut, however and only because we can still see Deadpool shooting him in the head. Also in the following shot Deadpool shoots another opponent in the head.

Director's Cut 1.32 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Extended Scene
0:05:55: In the Director's Cut there comes a moment when Deadpool jumps out of a coffin at a mafia funeral and kills the mourners. He then shoots a fleeing Mafioso with a money suitcase in the head and the suitcase loses the money all over the air. After that, a short killing mission in an US strip club, where Deadpool dresses up as an exotic dancer and then goes to work. Unlike in the Theatrical Version, where the scene comes after the yakuza sauna scene, the Director's Cut has the bare-breasted stripper and two more kills from Deadpool to offer. When he's done, he slides back towards the stage entrance and the scene smoothly takes over to the Japanese sauna in Osaka, where he messes with those thugs. In the Theatrical Version we get into the middle of the action, mentioning Tokyo and not Osaka, by the way.


40.04 sec



Extended Scene
0:05:54: The scene with the Yakuza members lasts much longer in the Director's Cut. It offers more violence, including beheading and entertaining moments like Deadpool handing out punches with a towel. The comedic highlight here certainly is, that he pulls the towel away from a man and his now exposed pubic area is pixelated in a way typical for a asian movie.
36.8 sec



Alternate Footage
0:06:45: When Deadpool sees the pubic area of the Yakuza, he only names a name questioningly, while in the Director's Cut he comments on the apparently existing "runway" there. In both versions the Yakuza then grabs him angrily, but in the Theatrical Version the scene is already over. In the Director's Cut Deadpool is pierced by several swords, takes a short artistic break and then brutally kills the Yakuza members. The first one gets the sword in his throat, the next one holds his intestines in his hand and the third opponent also gets the sword through his throat. At the end Deadpool splits the skull of the first Yakuza with a swordstrike, which we see to some extent when a subtle gap forms.

Director's Cut 12.4 sec longer



Extended Scene
0:10:12: Deadpool overcomes himself and convinces Dopinder to become a hitman. He doesn't have the physical abilities but he is an eagle and they have to fly. So he should seize the opportunity. Deadpool just explained it so complicated that Dopinder says he didn't understand anything and Deadpool reply that it's the same for him. Then they say goodbye.
31.16 sec



Extended Scene
0:11:08: Wade presents two more excuses. He would have tried to get all the (wheat)gluten out of the world so that it could never hurt us all again. That doesn't convince Vanessa any more than his reasoning that he has diarrhoea and that you can only say it for sure when he takes off his suit.
14.52 sec



Alternate Footage
0:18:43: Also the credits in the opening credits differ by alternate jokes. There is also a alternate view of Deadpool, which in the Theatrical Version lies on the side of a big hand, shaped like a firing pistol, while in the Director's Cut he lies on a real pistol barrel firing a bullet.
no difference

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
0:19:39: Weasel is allowed to give more analogies about Wades body odor in the Director's Cut. He smells like sauerkraut left standing in the warm rain, like wet garbage and hot urine. And like a dog that ate cat litter and would fart on its way out of the living room. And of course also like the couch cushions of US agitator Rush Limbaugh after a broadcast of the TV show "Shark Week".

In the Theatrical Version he only compares it to a war wound that someone would have shit in after it started to rot.
Director's Cut 7.48 sec longer



Alternate Footage
0:20:17:In the Director's Cut Dopinder just wants to correct Wade that David Bowie is dead too, but Weasel can just make him lie mimically and then hesitantly agrees with Wade. In the Theatrical Version Weasel also agrees hesitantly and Dopinder doesn't try to correct anything.
Director's Cut 2.12 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:20:41: When Dopinder does not understand Weasel's saying with the mop and the weapon, Weasel says something differently in both versions:

Theatrical Version: ""Because they both have handles. Now leave me.""
Director's Cut: ""Because I could shove either one up your ass and kill you. Now leave me." Dopinder still says meekly: "I get it."
Director's Cut 1.64 sec longer


Additional Scene
0:23:30: Two additional attempts by Deadpool to commit suicide in the Director's Cut. He jumps into the zoo's polar bear enclosure and plunges from the roof of a skyscraper after drinking a bottle of pipe cleaner. When he arrives at the bottom, some pedestrians look at him and a woman is surprised that he is still alive. Deadpool is surprised that she really left her house today in that shirt.
45.24 sec



Alternate Footage
0:24:17: When Deadpool is lying on the barrels, he says in the Director's Cut: "There's gotta be some way to day. I just need to die...harder. Trademark Fox. Y'all caught up now?""

In the Theatrical Version, he says: ""There. All caught up? You can't really live until you've died a little. Let's test that theory, shall we?""
Theatrical Version 1.92 Sec. longer



Additional scene
0:25:51: A completely new scene, of which we only see short moments in the Theatrical Version later and in which we watch Russell being accommodated in the home. The director tells him that there are no locked doors or windows because all these young children know that they are not ready to be released. Then he hugs Russell and whispers to him, "Blessed are the wicked that are healed by my hand." Russell then walks into a room where some apathetically children sitting on their beds.
79.84 sec



Alternate Footage
0:27:14: In the Director's Cut, Wade wants to be a little funnier. When Colossus asks him to take off his mask, Wade says he hoped Colossus would say "trousers". Then he wants to play another game: "Adrien Brody or Adam Brody. Now, close your eyes and open your mouth." Colossus then tells him that he doesn't have to be funny here at the X-Men headquarters. After taking off the mask, he also comments that the light dazzles him.

In the Theatrical Version Colossus says that Wade slept for three days in a row and that he changed his clothes. Wade is not so happy with the fashion style and asks him a little disappointed why he can't fucking die.
Director's Cut 7.12 sec longer



Alternate Footage
0:28:26: When Wade drives around with his electric wheelchair, he comments on the furnishings in both versions somewhat differently. In the Theatrical Version he evaluates all these old, white men on the wall, he should have brought his "rape whistle" with him. In the Director's Cut he doesn't mention the whistle, but asks if Calista Flockhart lives here.
Director's Cut 0.2 sec longer



Extended Scene
0:28:57: After Wade says "You'd think the studio would throw us a bone...", he adds in the Director's Cut: "... one that doesn't end up in my mouth.". He looks into the camera.
7.6 sec



Alternate Footage
0:29:05: In the Director's Cut Wade is agitated about 20th Century Fox's stinginess to provide other X-Men characters to the movie by saying that the first movie made more money than the guy who invented the pants.
3.56 sec



Extended Scene
0:29:55: Wade says he briefly thought Colossus wanted to kiss him and asks him not to, he would not be able to stop him.
2.92 sec


Alternate Footage
0:32:02: In the Theatrical Version the scene with the two Rednecks Dickie (played by Matt Damon) and Luke (played by Alan Tudyk) at the pickup truck comes in minute 35. Cable beamed into the picture relatively unobtrusively and interrupted Dickie's lecture about the right choice and application of toilet paper.

In the Director's Cut the dialogue between the two starts much earlier and Dickie disturbs Luke with his description of faeces in the face and how to best rub them away. In the background we see Cable being thrown through a time portal into the field behind them and a lot of dust being stirred up. Dickie tells us more about the hygiene around the big shop and then Cable comes to them.
41.28 sec

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Additional Scene
0:33:43: Now four new scenes follow at once in the Director's Cut. First we see Cable stealing from a gun shop and loading the guns (and an electric guitar) into his stolen van. Then Colossus does fitness training in the garden.

Afterwards we see Wade getting angry about the labelings that the foodboxes in the fridge is marked with. He wants to discuss the meal plan with the girls, but Negasonic Teenage Warhead tells him that she sees through him and doesn't believe his vulnerable guy style. He might be able to fool Colossus, but not her. Wade then goes on to talk for a long time about why he's a better man, that he owes it to them and that he wants to be the world's best X-Man. Negasonic is still not impressed. There's also an implied joke, because Colossus is surprised at the empty soap dispenser, but Wade said he just replenished it. With what probably...

Finally there is a scene in the mansion. The director gives a lecture about the fact that they have to learn not to use their powers and that he helps them to do so. Then we see from Russell perspective how the director plans to tackle this cure. He holds a kind of oversized stun gun towards the tied boy's neck, which he probably prefers to use after Russell hurls "Suck my mutant dick you four-eyed fuck!" towards him.
204.76 sec



Alternate Footage
0:37:21: When Colossus wants to appoint Wade to the X-Men mission, Wade fools around in the Theatrical Version with Professor Xavier's Cerebro essay and pretends he could see into the future. In the Director's Cut, however, he reads a book and wishes them every success in their mission and refuses to come with them until he is asked to do so. He is not ready yet. But Colossus finally prevails.
Theatrical Version 9.12 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
0:39:21: Not very important, but Deadpool gives the supervisor Daniel in the Director's Cut the name "Miguel".
Director's Cut 0.32 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:41:13: In the Theatrical Version Deadpool provokes Russell by alluding to his puberty and the associated "fiery" changes. In the Director's Cut, he quotes "Blind Al"s Slogan with the "pity dick". In both versions, this causes Russell's fiery attack.
Theatrical Version 0.64 sec longer



Extended Scene
0:42:48: In the Director's Cut, Deadpool makes an comment about the ice box prison: "That place makes Hitler's asshole look like Waikiki."
2.72 sec


Extended Scene
0:44:06: Colossus says to Deadpool that he really is not X-Men material and Deadpool returns sarcastically how he noticed that. Was it the guard's headshot?
10.16 sec



Extended Scene
0:45:08: Another inmate is shown and Wade describes himself as "East-Coast Hufflepuff."
2.68 sec



Extended Scene
0:45:14: Wade jokes around that the jail doesn't match at all with his Airbnb reservation, but he likes the decoration.
9.32 sec



Alternate Footage
0:45:32: Instead of the joking"distgusting mutant" comment, Wade calls Russell in the Director's Cut a "disgusting minority".
Director's Cut 1.2 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:46:42: In the Director's Cut we learn more about Russell's frustration. No one ever stood up for him, sacrificed anything for him, or saved him, so now he has to do it himself. After telling his Selfie plan with the director, Wade makes a sexual reference to the Bible and then asks what the director did to Russell. Russell tells only that he hates mutants and Wade answers that there is nothing worse than "pray the gay away guys". In the Theatrical Version however, Russell's statement is accompanied by short excerpts from the scene in the mansion, which had already been seen much more extensively in the Director's Cut before.
Director's Cut 26.04 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
0:48:32: When Russell stuffs something up his butt and Wade is disturbed by it, it's a bit more detailed in Director's Cut, but not significantly different.
Director's Cut 3.24 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:55:57: When Wade wakes up again, he says in the Theatrical Version: "Hello, superpowers.". In the Director's Cut again: "Donde es la biblioteca?"
Director's Cut 0.8 sec longer

Alternate Footage
0:57:20: Wade's questions number two and three are different. In the Theatrical Version he asks on whichSharknado-part mankind has arrived at in the future and thirdly at which point he has to say that there is enough with robotarms.

In the Director's Cut he asks if people will still produce homemade beer in the future and if Dopinder will ever find love.
Theatrical Version 1.4 sec longer



Extended Scene
1:01:47: Weasel lists a few more franchise titles: Ocean's 14, Rogue 2 and John Wick 3 (but only with the original directors).
5.52 sec



Extended Scene
1:03:00: Russell still walks through prison with his food tray and steals something from an inattentive fellow inmate. Only then does he sit down, which the Theatrical Version also shows.
14.68 sec



Alternate Footage
1:06:19: The casting of Domino is a different take in both versions, probably the makers of the film liked the Director's Cut version better in the end. The only differences worth mentioning are the position and the sequence of the disputation duel between her and Deadpool, if luck is a superpower. In the Director's Cut, she tricks him and he tells her to get out of his head, but she says she's not in his head, judging by the size of the space, she would be in an 11-year-old's bedroom. She also says that everything usually goes well for her, whereupon Deadpool says it's like Ryan Reynolds in 2008. Domino replies that she doesn't know him.
Theatrical Version 5.4 sec longer



Alternate Footage
1:07:08: Deadpool asks Peter in the Director's Cut if he really doesn't have superpowers. Peter says he has diabetes type 1 and 2, which is surprising. He should tell Deadpool when he finds type 3. In Theatrical Version he simply says that the ad looked entertaining.
Director's Cut 9.72 sec longer



Alternate Footage
1:07:58: In the Director's Cut Cables talks longer about pain. Besides a slower timing of the scene, he says that pain at the age of five is a bee sting, at the age of 20 shrapnel splinters and at the age of 40 a disease that makes the body almost more of a machine than a human being. He certainly means himself.
Director's Cut 22.84 sec longer



Additional Scene
1:13:23: The helicopter pilot (by the way scriptwriter Rhett Reese) still says that you have to be crazy to take off in these winds.
2.24 sec



Alternate Dialog
1:15:05: In the Theatrical Version Deadpool gets on the scooter and asks who could have guessed this strong wind. Domino says: everyone in the helicopter, but also everyone outside the helicopter. In the Director's Cut, however, Deadpool prefers to say that the person who came up with the plan must have smoked a lot of weed and Domino agrees. He also calls out a few words of farewell to the Vanisher. In this case, the Theatrical Version is funnier.
no difference

Alternate Dialog
1:20:00: Again Deadpool says different things. In the Theatrical Version he talks about Cable that "somebody" can do karate. In the Director's Cut he reveals a rather unfunny quote from "Scoutmaster Kevin", according to which there is a first time for everything.
no difference

Alternate Dialog
1:20:22: The Theatrical Version is also more on-point here. After being perforated by Cables bullets, Deadpool just says "Ouh.". In the Director's Cut he says the bullets really fly super fast.
no difference

Alternate Dialog
1:22:29: After he turns his head in the Director's Cut around again and comments on the pain, Deadpool sets another "Suck it, Mel Gibson." afterwards. But that seems unmotivated and doesn't really ignite.
no difference


Alternate Footage
1:30:51: When Cable asks Wade if he wouldn't also try to save Vanessa with a time travel mission, he makes a joke in the Director's Cut about hand jobs and then says that he would do it, but wouldn't kill a child.
Director's Cut 3.36 sec longer



Alternate Footage
1:32:20: When Wade and Cable had shaked their hands, Blind Al was heard in the Theatrical Version, saying that she had no idea what was going on and Dopinder whispered that it was a good thing. In the Director's Cut you only hear a faint fart sound.
Director's Cut 0.12 sec longer



Additional Scene
1:32:24: Russell and Juggernaut run across the parking lot of an oversized clothing store, and Russell is angry that they could not wear the same, because they had nothing in Juggernaut's size.
8.92 sec



Alternate Footage
1:32:33: In both versions, the next scene begins with the end of a narrative that Deadpool gave for the others. In the Theatrical Version he obviously explained to them why they should not eat raw starfish. In the Director's Cut however, he probably explained to them how to achieve an orgasm through an prostate massage in five steps.
Theatrical Version 0.2 sec longer

Extended Scene
1:32:59: Deadpool is still unnecessarily rolling out his fake indignation about Cable's alleged India racism. He does not like this side of Cable and mentioned that he would certainly have Indian friends in the future.
6.28 sec

Alternate Footage
1:33:10: When Cable denies being a racist, Deadpool replies in the Theatrical Version that he should tell that to Black Tom who was like a brother to Deadpool. In the Director's Cut however, Deadpool says that's exactly what a racist would say.
Theatrical Version 2.4 sec longer


Extended Scene
1:33:17: The rest of the car ride has a few additional sentences in the Director's Cut. Cable says: "When this is over I'm gonna fuck you to death with your own broken feet." and Deadpool replies: "And a sexual predator, too. That's rich.". A little later Domino says: "We're all gonna die." and shortly after that, she wished she was on a bus where she just had to pull a string and then gets off. Deadpool makes a Rosa Parks joke by saying that she should be happy that Cable, the old racist, doesn't drive because otherwise she would have to sit in the back. She replies that she already does sit in the back.
11.44 sec



Alternate Footage
1:34:38: When Deadpool asks Colossus for help, both versions have different takes, although the Director's Cut is longer. In the Theatrical Version Deadpool recites his dialogue and Colossus first tries to ignore it and stay in bed. In Director's Cut, he steps onto the roof terrace and listens. Deadpool says: "But even you know I'm not a complete piece of shit! I was once an X-Man!". Domino shouts from the background: "Trainee!" and throws the radio out of his hand. Otherwise, Deadpool is a bit more verbose in his attempt to recruit the others for the mission. Colossus tells him in the Director's Cut that he is a criminal and that he broke his heart. Deadpool says Colossus doesn't have his heart in the right place.
Director's Cut 13.96 sec longer

Theatrical VersionDirector's Cut



Alternate Footage
1:36:29: In the Theatrical Version the director continues his walk by wordlessly. In the Director's Cut he says: "They will not replace us."
Director's Cut 0.68 sec longer


Alternate Footage
1:37:09: When Deadpool notices that his joke about the bear Cable carries was out of place, he says in the Theatrical Version that he wishes he could travel back in time and take it back. In the Director's Cut, he tries to cover it up with a high-five kind of. That's less funny than in the Theatrical Version version.
Theatrical Version 8.32 sec longer



Alternate Soundtrack
1:37:26: As the three storm ahead, there is a much more rockin`song in the Theatrical Version, in the Director's Cut rather a soft cuddly rock track. The Theatrical Version wins this comparison.
no difference



Extended Scene
1:39:21: The cool end of an action scene in which Domino is followed by Juggernaut is missing in the Theatrical Version. In the Director's Cut we see Domino throwing away her gun and Juggernaut slipping on it. He falls on a seesaw and throws Domino into the air. Cable throws a gun towards her and she fires it at Juggernaut. After the shot looks like a dud at first, it explodes at Juggernauts helmet and a big fireball throws them all away.
15.32 sec



Extended Scene
1:40:27: Another sexual gesture from Deadpool. Colossus is still not enthusiastic.
8.84 sec



Extended Scene
1:40:41: Deadpool signals Colossus that he wants to satisfy him orally and then gets on his knees to open his pants, but Colossus pulls him up again.
13.88 sec



Alternate Soundtrack
1:41:13: Starting with the fight between Colossus and Juggernaut another song runs through both versions. In the Theatrical Version again a rockin` beat, in the Director's Cut one that reminds of an Irish or Russian folk song. That makes the whole thing a bit more silly in the Director's Cut and is probably a matter of taste.
no difference



Alternate Footage
1:51:59: When Wade says goodbye to Negasonic TZeenage Warhead, he simply says in the Theatrical Version that it was a pleasure for him. In the Director's Cut, he says he found her sexier with short hair...like everyone else.
Director's Cut 0.32 sec longer



Extended Scene
1:52:59: Wade makes a joke about the qualities that Russell's future superhero suit must have, especially at the crotch and hips.
11 sec

Alternate Soundtrack
1:55:07: When Wade goes to Vanessa again there are different songs in both versions. A variant of Take on Me in the Theatrical Version, a more instrumental song in the Director's Cut.
no difference

Alternate Footage
1:57:13: When Wade and Vanessa say goodbye to each other, she says in the Director's Cut that it's great in heaven, she can have anything she wants. Wade asks if every day could be International Women's Day and she says something like: sure, it's heaven. When she says goodbye, Wade says Vanessa shouldn't go to bed with Elvis. In the Theatrical Version she says that he should not sleep with Colossus again. In the Director's Cut, she just says, "Oops, too late.". The Theatrical Version is funnier again.
Director's Cut 6.04 sec longer


Alternate Footage
2:01:56: In the Director's Cut, Negasonic Teenage Warhead still says that her door is always open. Deadpool replies that he's not ready for dating yet, especially with two women at the same time. She says soberly: "God, you're a douche...". In the Theatrical Version she simply turns away without a word.
6.72 sec



Alternate Footage
2:05:42: Deadpool tells Peter that "X-Force" is just a marketing tool to keep Josh Brolin in the contract and that it doesn't really exist. Peter accepts this and also says that he has to feed his cat anyway.
6.84 sec



Alternate Footage
2:06:28: In the Theatrical Version Deadpool shoots his alter-ego version from X-Men Origins: Wolverine several times into the body and then walks away with the words: "Love you!". In the Director's Cut he says to Wolverine: "Look, eventually, you're gonna hang up the claws and it's gonna make a lot of people very sad. But one day, your old pal Wade's gonna ask you to get back in the sattle again and when he does, say yes.". Wolverine answers baffled: "Oh... right.". Only at that point in the Director's Cut Deadpool say goodbye with "Love you."(still shooting at the body).
Director's Cut 13.24 sec longer



Alternate Footage
2:06:48: When Reynolds looking at Green Lantern script, he says in the Theatrical Version: "Welcome to the big leagues, Cap.". In the Director's Cut he says: "Goddamn, that's beautiful.".
Theatrical Version 0.48 sec longer


Additional Scene
2:07:01: In 1889 Deadpool sneaks into a hospital room with the newly born Hitler and plans to kill him. He says it's more difficult than he thought and he avoids it a little. He would go to hell for it, but so would Hitler. Then he leads his hands to the baby and the screen turns black.
46.2 sec



Additional Scene
2:13:27: After the credits we see that Deadpool has the baby on his arm and notices that he has full nappies. He says: "Okay, let's see here. Oh God, that's why you're such a little bastard, no one's ever changed you! Yeah, you got a big old stinky in there, don't you? Kind of smells like Hitler's anus, which would make sense, wouldn't it? I think we both know I don't have what it takes to do this, so... I'm just gonna change your diaper real quick and then I'm gonna come back with my friend Cable. He loves killing kids."
23.76 sec