But that's just a lot of us hoping to see Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman together for more than a. That type of consequence exists in movies like X-Men: Days of Future Past, but not here. Read More: Bonus: The Juggernaut Song Yes, the entire post-credits extravaganza is set the dulcet tones of a brand-new jam all about the newly-introduced Juggernaut. Is Vanessa alive again and could she possibly appear in future movies? Oh, and what about a Deadpool 2 after credits scene? Wade is given the time travel device and his first stop is the day his girlfriend Vanessa was murdered. He had weird blade arms and couldn't speak because his mouth was sewn shut. Ryan Reynolds played Deadpool in X-Men Origins, though in a much different version.
Green Lantern has become infamous as one of the pinnacles of bad superhero movies. Wade shoots Ryan in the head to prevent Green Lantern from existing! Well the next scene answers that. We're back at the X-Men mansion with Negasonic Teenage Warhead Brianna Hildebrand and her girlfriend Surge Shioli Kutsuna. Then they give it to Deadpool. So naturally, it's the perfect target for Deadpool's self-aware gags. Ryan Reynolds is being way too hard on himself. Fittingly, it shows no mercy.
Â But, like many comedians, Deadpool's best material is often self-deprecating. Peter notes that this hero stuff is all really scar anyways, asks Deadpool to make sure gets his emails, and walks off to go home. The second end-credits scene What happens Deadpool goes on a time travel spree! Next: Is this ending even canon? Share in the discussion in the comments below! Click inside for all the spoilers on the end credits. To say Green Lantern is largely considered a disappointment both financially and critically is an understatement. So now at least we could use Vanessa in the future.
In Deadpool 2, Deadpool murders Ryan Reynolds, preventing him from starring in the movie that would introduce him to his wife. Next up is the rescue of Wade's favorite faux X-Force fauX-Force? Related: This would seem to resolutely confirm - as their different time period and backstories already suggested - the two Wades are indeed totally different people despite the movie-star looks and quipping. The screenwriters stressed that Jackman did not return to film any recreations of that scene and that all the footage of him was taken from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Deadpool has seen better days. The show features a ragtag group of heroes and past villains from other shows traveling through time to save the world. While Deadpool 2 may not technically exist in the main Marvel Cinematic Universe, it still happily employs the time honored tradition of the post-credits scene--with an extremely Wade Wilson twist tossed in for good measure, of course. The real, modern-day Deadpool steps into frame.
He seems to like Deadpool a lot. The special sequence after the credits happens after the main title credits roll, but there is nothing at the very end of the film. Take, for instance, the for , which not only but also gives a hint at. Deadpool 2 posits that Green Lantern was a big mistake, which is a fallacy: Reynolds was right to take the movie in the first place. So is she back for good? So, you get the first two, then you get an ensemble, and then maybe an Iron Man 3, a Deadpool 3, and then maybe another ensemble. Will there be a Deadpool 3? Then he goes back and stops Peter W. What it means: Deadpool is just fixing some things he doesn't think should have occurred in history.
The run of gags during the credits concludes with a scene where Deadpool time-travels back to 2010 and finds Reynolds at his desk, having just finished reading the script for the Green Lantern. Deadpool 2 is finally out for the public, and people are already clamoring for more. The primary appeal of the so-called Merc with a Mouth is that he takes playful, irreverent potshots at other superhero films: Deadpool 2 opens with voice-over narration mocking last year's Oscar-nominated X-men movie , which also arrived with an R-rating, and doesn't let up for its two-hour runtime. But like he said, he's in no rush to head home. Deadpool proceeds to kill that much-criticized version of himself before time-traveling again. But if you're hoping for even more fun to cling to after seeing all the song credits and the note about how all the characters are fictitious, it's not in the cards.
It's just a great movie by any normal standard. Also, while I'm listing superlatives: Michael B Jordan delivers the best performance ever in a superhero movie. You'll miss not one, but two fun scenes. That movie shows Wade in the Weapon X program with Wolverine Hugh Jackman , and at the end, Wade is turned into a mutant monster bad guy with his mouth sewn shut and controlled by a computer. Deadpool tells him to just walk away instead of trying to save , who is about to be chopped up to death in a wood chipper.
Would be a top 5 comic book movie if it had just reigned in the plot. In a way, the sequence is perfect in its timing by parodying the idea of no-stakes no-actual-deaths comic book tradition just as everyone is speculating that Avengers 4 will do the same thing regarding at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. We took a deep , mostly because a couple moments raised some big questions about the future of Deadpool. This Deadpool 2 post actually doesn't have any spoilers! The first end-credit scene What happens Cable may not be trapped in the past forever. After the great Peter rescue things start to take a far more meta twist as Wade begins to hopscotch through various other movies. Then they immediately regret their decision.
Yet once again we come to questions of the timeline, spurred on by Deadpool's own comments, although this time it's much more flippant. For more spoilerish details beyond just what transpires in the end credits be sure to watch the video in the player above. No more jokes about green cartoon super suits to be found here, folks. And as the bad guy is a really nice touch. He saves his girlfriend Vanessa Morena Baccarin. There's a giant 400-pound chimichanga worth of spoilers below.
But the cherry on top was the next scene of Reynolds himself reading the Green Lantern script, only for Deadpool to execute him preventing the terrible superhero movie from ever being made. It first tied and has now surpassed for the most in any Marvel Studios or Fox Marvel film. However, Wade uses his timey-wimey device to stop Peter from making a fatal mistake, saving his life. Deadpool uses his newly found time-travel capabilities to immediate effect, traveling back to the moment when Vanessa is killed by an assassin. He immediately hops back to prevent the death of his girlfriend, Vanessa, by correcting his botched cream cheese spreader throw and nailing her would-be murderer right between the eyes. At that moment, blood spatters all over the script after Deadpool shoots him in the back of his head, saving him from the worst career move ever.