Ryan Reynolds makes sure you have a nice Christmas.
Deadpool 2 Screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick revealed in an interview SlashFILM that they got the Merc with a mouth actor behind the camera to film brand new scenes for the upcoming PG-13 cut of the anti-hero sequel to be released on December 21st.
"We have definitely added new material, and recently," Wernick said. "About two months ago we were back on soundstage to shoot, Ryan was in a suit and the gang was back together, [director] Dave Leitch and Ryan and we have a great time and laugh. It's great together, so we're super excited. "
This means that the more family friendly Deadpool 2 Suppose it is rumored to be titled The Deadpool before Christmas, is not just a reworked, possibly even shortened version of the movie that contains alternate shots taken during main photography. It's rather something new, filled with fresh material, which was later written and filmed Deadpool 2 was released in May.
Reese explained that while he and Wernick went back to the drawing board and got the cameras to shoot unprecedented sequences, they did not drastically change the core story of Deadpool 2, The creative couple just had fun with telling the sequel and the free space around it, so no major changes were made. Wernick added, "We do not want to mislead or spoil. As we get closer, we'll see what the studio is letting us talk about, I would not talk too much about it because it ruins the fun for the audience."
It is believed that the PG-13 version of Deadpool 2 can take out a page The princess brewsbook literally. Reynolds previously shared a snap dressed as Deadpool by himself and Fred Savage read a story that starred The Grandson in Rome's Com Fantasy classic directed by Rob Reiner. In the 1987 picture, the boy's grandfather (Peter Falk) tells a story of a beautiful young woman and soon-to-be princess named Buttercup (Robin Wright) abducting a trio of outlaws just before their marriage to Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon) , The swift farm hand Westley (Cary Elwes), Buttercup's true love, who thought her dead after the Dread Pirate Roberts (also played by Elwes) attacked his ship, set himself the task of saving Buttercup and finally marrying her.
The interaction between grandfather and grandson framed the very plot of The princess brews – and since Reynolds annoyed Savage's involvement in the recent cutback Deadpool 2 With a photo that looks like a picture from the '80s movie, many thought that the upcoming project would show the same kind of framing story. Wernick also mentioned that Reynolds developed "a great framing device" for the Internet Deadpool 2 PG-13 editing, with everything you think, sounds like Deadpool reading Savage.
When knocking Deadpool 2 from a Hard-R rating to a PG-13, this means younger Dead Pool Fans can actually see the movie in the movies without their parents (or without sneaking in), Reese and Wernick assure that the new cut does not take advantage of the sometimes harsh, ever-mischievous humor of the film series and its leading type. The duo is confident that even those who have already seen it Deadpool 2 will love the PG-13 version.
"I think it will not only be interesting for kids, but also for people who love Deadpool," Wernick said. "I think it's subversive enough and witty and creative, and something that only Deadpool could do, and I think it will be a real pleasure not only for a whole new audience, but for an audience that has seen and loved the scene Dead Pool Movies. "
Not only that more people have a chance to see the new Deadpool 2 Strip, but the movie will also earn more revenue. When Studio 20th Century Fox launched the sequel directed by David Leitch earlier this year, it generated a cool $ 732.4 million over the reported budget of $ 110 million. While it's unclear how long the PG-13 cut will be in cinemas, it's almost guaranteed that there will be a multi-million dollar run this Christmas season that could potentially bring its worldwide earnings to a value of Raised $ 750 million. What better way to celebrate the holidays than with some Merc with a mouth-to-mouth humor and cold, hard cash, right?
Catch the new version of Deadpool 2 on the 21st of December in the cinemas