Deadpool's deleted scenes include brutal fights, a 'Cancer World Tour', and more

If you live in the US, you'll be able to purchase Deadpool on DVD and Blu-Ray from next week. The home entertainment release comes with plenty of special features (opens in new tab) including a gag reel, two audio commentaries, and deleted scenes. It's the latter which director Tim Miller went into more detail on while he was chatting to Collider (opens in new tab).

Check it out below...

Miller's comments are interesting just as much for what he says won't make the Blu-Ray as what will. I'm particularly looking forward to the 'Cancer World Tour' sequence - the film (which I loved) could have done with a little more of Wade & Vanessa - and it definitely sounds like it'll be worth checking out the brutal fight scene Miller alludes to. On the flipside, while Ryan Reynolds does have his fair share of fans, it's probably for the best that 30 minutes of Wade jerking off didn't make the cut...

In any case, here's hoping that Deadpool's special features prove just as satisfying as the Merc with the Mouth's feature film. 

Directed by Tim Miller and starring Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller and Gina Carano, Deadpool is released on DVD and Blu-Ray on May 10, 2016 in the US and June 13, 2016 in the UK.

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