‘Deadpool’ Is Getting a Director’s Cut, Because More Graphic Violence!

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Based on the insane red band trailers and official R rating from the MPAA, which said the film contained "strong violence and language throughout, sexual content, and graphic nudity"—yes, graphic nudity—Deadpool is already promising to be one of the most violent, profane comic book movies of all time. However, according to star T.J. Miller, there's going to be a director's cut of Deadpool. And it's going to be "even more raw" than the theatrical release. 

Miller made his remarks as a special fan screen of the movie this week in London:

Theatrical cut or director's cut, this movie is going to be bonkers.

Deadpool hits theaters—nay, decapitates theaters—on February 12, 2016.

[via Screen Crush]

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