“Deadpool” director Tim Miller has revealed the number one scene he wishes made it into the theatrical cut — naming a sequence titled, “The Cancer World Tour,” wherein Wade and Vanessa go on a global quest to find a cure for cancer.
At a press event for the “Deadpool” home video release, Miller described the scene (via Cinema Blend), which would take place between Wade getting his diagnosis and joining the superhero program: “There’s a scene, in the script it was called ‘The Cancer World Tour,’ where Wade and Vanessa went around the world to try and find a cure to his cancer. They end the Cancer World Tour having lost hope in this really creepy, shyster clinic in Guadalajara, and this doctor is clearly a quack. And Wade kills him. And it’s this really emotional scene, and Vanessa witnesses it, and it’s the first time he’s really let the monster out, and she sees who he is. And he runs away from her because he’s so ashamed. And it was a really great scene, and Ryan fucking crushed it. He just crushed it. He was so good, but it just didn’t work with the pacing of the movie so we cut it. It’s a really great scene.”
Of course, the “Deadpool” home video release — which is set to include several deleted scenes, among many other extras — will include the scene, so fans can see what Miller is talking about.
“Deadpool’s” Blu-ray/DVD goes on sale May 10.
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