Deadpool star T.M. Miller recently said that there’s a more profane, a lot more violent and more “raw” cut of the film, top many fans to trust that we’d at some point see an unrated, extensive version of the movie reach DVD and Blu-ray. However, that won’t end up being happening, as director Tim Miller possesses revealed that he has simply no plans for a director’ersus cut of Deadpool, and so you’ll just have to take pleasure in the one that’s in existence.
During a Q&A following Collider’utes special IMAX screening, Callier said that there won’t be a director’s cut involving Deadpool:
I don’t wanna possibly be all Joss Whedon on you, however no there’s definitely not [a director’s cut]… There are some taken out scenes that have some additional stuff, but I’meters pretty happy with this specific cut. I like the idea.
It’s also less likely that 20th Century Sibel would want to release a more profane version of the movie — although Deadpool is a even bigger hit than the majority of expected (it’s keeping track of for a projected $135 million opening weekend — in excess of double what was formerly predicted), it’s nevertheless a superhero film. These movies don’capital t typically get director’azines cut editions, and in the case of Deadpool, the director’s cut will mean piling even more profanity, body and sex on to a film that’s already packed with it, which could cheapen it in the eye balls of Fox.
Miller does go on to describe a minimum of one of the deleted scenarios, which — judging by producer Simon Kinberg’s reaction — isn’capital t likely to surface on the eventual home video clip release:
There’s several stuff on the Video extras, I had somewhat more workshop fight inside that I liked—that’s this beat that we were talking about, [Simon’s] like, ‘Tim it’s violent adequate, please’ and I’m just like, ‘Oh no but person when he stomps on his / her face it’s awesome,’ and Simon’s such as, ‘No we’ve bought enough.’ (laughs)
While we won’t get a director’s cut or extended edition, some of the erased scenes or alternative takes (there was lots of improv on arranged) will likely appear on the actual DVD / Blu-ray in the future this year.