You Probably Missed This Incredibly Funny Deadpool Scene

Deadpool, everyone’s favourite merc with a mouth, became an instant icon following his smash-hit movie which released back in 2016. 

The NSFW action-comedy put a whole new spin on the comic book genre, and Ryan Reynolds, who played the movie’s titular star cemented himself as one of the best Marvel actors of all time. 

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Deadpool 2, which released earlier this year, also did a pretty bang-up job at the box office. Although not as huge a success as its predecessor, the sequel still raked in over $730 million from Deadpool’s legions of adoring fans. 

You might not have thought Deadpool 2 could have gotten any funnier, but a recently-revealed deleted scene might have you thinking otherwise. 

Released by 20th Century Fox and absolutely pee-yourself-laughing hilarious, we really don’t know why this two-minute clip was cut from the final product! 

We won’t spoil it, just check out the video here! 

If you can’t get enough Deadpool then take a look at this recently-revealed pinball machine from the pros at Stern Pinball Inc. 

The machine features what looks like classic comic book-style Deadpool and comes with a heap of features, including a chibi-style Deadpool bash-toy in the centre of the playing field. 

The machine will also be available in Premium and Limited Edition versions, with Stern explaining: “The Premium and Limited Edition models feature an additional 8 drop targets, motorized disco ball with disco illumination effects, custom molded Wolverine and Dazzler action figures, and with a custom molded chimichanga truck time machine. In addition, these models include an actuated up/down ramp that feeds the right flipper from the left orbit, keeping the action continuous and fast. All Premium models will include a custom “Deadpool’s Mix Tape” cassette featuring 11 original music tracks with sleeve art by Zombie Yeti. 

“The Limited Edition, limited to 500 units globally, includes additional unique features such as an exclusive mirrored backglass, anti-reflection pinball glass, shaker motor, exclusive art blades, and powder-coated metal flake Deadpool Red side armor, hinges, and front lockdown molding. All LE models will include a 12” Vinyl LP featuring 11 original music tracks with cover art by Zombie Yeti.” 

Like all high-quality pinball machines, Stern’s Deadpool doesn’t come cheap. It’s believed a standard machine will set you back around $6000, with the Premium and Limited Edition costing between $7600-$9000 respectively.