bill-swift - February 5, 2016
A lot of comic book fans were initially worried that the upcoming Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds would water down the violence and vulgarity of the original comics. However, their fears were assuaged when the film received it's official R-rating last month. Then they disappeared altogether when it was announced that the movie was banned in China.
That said, while director Tim Miller wanted to make sure the movie pushed the boundaries, he also wanted to make sure it didn't destroy them. Thus, not every dirty joke that was filmed actually made it in the final cut. Some of them, as co-star T.J. Miller explains to IGN in the video above, were just too awful. In fact, Miller won't even say what some of them were.
But again, this doesn't mean they've watered down. From everything we've seen so far, Deadpool is going to be one of the most gloriously violence, disgustingly profane action movies we've seen in a long time. And it hits theaters (for people 18 and up) February 12.
[via Screen Rant]
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