After being declared as an R-rated movie by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and labeled as a movie with “strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity,” T.J. Miller revealed that there would be a Deadpool director’s cut to be released this year, which would even be more “raw” than what fans will see onscreen. Oh, naughty!
As reported by Screen Crush, Deadpool will be the first R-rated movie of the franchise since 2008’s “Punisher: War Zone.” In fact, video promotions of the movie released last week verified that actor Ryan Reynolds will not be subtle in playing the character.
T.J. Miller, co-actor of Ryan Reynolds of “Deadpool,” took to Twitter and discussed the director’s cut. He said, “But year, so the idea that when you see the fall director’s cut of it, that that’s going to be even more raw, that’s pretty heavy duty.”
The cut was said to showcase one-liners as well as jokes from the Merc with the Mouth.
In other news, Slash Film reports that due to the film’s R-rating, it has been banned in China. However, fans may be able to view the film through the director’s cut this fall or summer.
In fact, it was revealed through BBFC that the movie has “strong bloody violence, strong language,” and “sex references.” With the category, viewers below 17 will not be permitted in theaters.
Deadpool is an action comedy by Marvel Studios, which depicts the journey of an antihero who garnered superhuman abilities from painful experimental cancer treatments by the government. After he survives the journey, the character became a mercenary on a hunt to avenge his demise and kill the person behind his excruciating experience.
The said Deadpool director’s cut will be released most probably during the summer. It might be on DVD and Blu-ray. The movie itself will release in theaters this February 12, 2016.