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Extreme ‘Deadpool 2’ Post Credit Scene Featuring Baby Hitler Removed From The Final Movie. Netizens Give Mixed Reactions.

Updated: 5:29 pm 18 May, 2018

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After ‘Avengers: Infinity Wars’, Indian cine-lovers are all excited for the delicious treat of ‘Deadpool 2.’ Already running in theaters this movie has created a lot of buzz before its release. The cast of the movie includes Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Karan Soni, and others.

This anti-hero has such cards up his sleeves that are sure to captivate the audience. It also has a bonus point for ‘desi’ Marvel lovers as Deadpool’s voice is given by Ranveer Singh in the Hindi version, promising some added ‘masti.’

 

 

Here’s how some of the fans reacted to the movie:

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Though this movie is known for its sarcastic jokes and foul language, still one scene from post-credit scenes got deleted for being ‘too extreme.’

 

 

The scene showed Deadpool going back in time to kill baby Hitler.

 

 

However, the scene was later dropped as during initial screening before release the audiences were unable to digest this dark scene. In words of one of the screenwriters Rhett Reese:

“Deadpool goes back and kills baby Hitler at the very end. He’s got the crib and he’s standing in the German nursery and he’s leaning over the crib to do it and there was kind of this, ‘ohhhhh.’ And we thought we don’t want to leave the crowd on an ‘ohhhhh.’ So it ended up coming out.”

 

 

This is how the brief scene would have played:

Deadpool standing in a hospital’s maternity word in front of a crib with the name tag “A. Hitler.” Though conflicted, he finally makes the decision and that’s the moment when another baby stars crying. The scene unfolds as Deadpool declares “Shut up Ira, you’ll thank me someday!” In the next shot, the viewers were supposed to see Deadpool trying to chock the infant, from baby Hitler’s point-of-view.

Though this kind of humor is not unlikely for Deadpool comics, the makers dropped thinking it would be too tough for the film audience to handle.

 

Netizens, expectedly, reacted to this news. Here are some of the comments:

 

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