Despite the budget constraints, Deadpool ended up being a damn near perfect representation of the comic book character. In fact, those constraints appear to have had a positive effect on the film.
That having been said, the Deadpool script went through numerous changes over the years. In the following video, Mr Sunday Movies breaks down the deleted scenes, rejected characters and missing jokes that we didn’t see in the final product.
The amount of people who have given Deadpool a watch has proven that there is massive success to be had in an R rated comic book franchise. But like all movies there are a number of Deadpool scenes left that ended up being deleted including extended joke sequences that will probably end up on a gag reel, crippling insults and things deemed too violent even for this movie.
The Deadpool movie also went through a number of drafts that had the inclusion of an alternate set of villainous henchmen, the major action sequences being shaved right down, a PG-13 cut that nobody probably wants to watch and a list of unexpected names on the Dead Pool bar kill list.
There was also an extended sequence of Wade Wilson travelling the world in an effort to cure himself of cancer that has a horrific ending, Ajax ending up in jail early on the film after running a human enhancement facility and a visual gag coming at the expense of Deadpool’s forgetfulness and her blindness.