Exactly one month ago today, Deadpool released its "monthiversary" trailer, to celebrate the unconventional superhero movie's unprecedented success. Today marks the two "monthiversary" of Deadpool's release in theaters, and while we don't have a new trailer, MTV has released the first deleted scene from the Blu-ray and DVD, which will be available to purchase on May 10. This deleted scene showcases a unique training montage, where Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is seen sharpening his skills with his new Deadpool suit and other parts of his body.
This scene is set to an original song dubbed "Deadpool Rap" by Teamheadkick, which sets the same kind of vibe as Vanilla Ice's "Ninja Rap" from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. The montage shows Wade Wilson putting his costume together, while training in his apartment, eating chimichangas, masturbating, killing a bunch of bad guys, and even saving a cat from a tree. All in a day's work for your local Merc With the Mouth.
Deadpool is now the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time, taking in $358.5 million domestically and $398.3 million internationally for a total of $756.9 million worldwide. It also set records for the biggest R-rated opening weekend, and has become the highest-grossing film in 20th Century Fox's lucrative X-Men franchise. Thankfully, it didn't take too long for the studio to put together a sequel.
20th Century Fox green lit Deadpool 2 before Deadpool even opened to such stellar box office numbers. The sequel will introduce fan-favorite mutant Cable and will likely set up the impending X-Men spinoff X-Force. It's also rumored that X-Force member Domino will arrive as Cable's love interest. The entire creative team is expected to come back, with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick already writing the screenplay. Tim Miller is expected to continue his role as director, and Ryan Reynolds will definitely be back as the Merc with the Mouth.
Unfortunately, 20th Century Fox hasn't revealed the full bonus features details for the Deadpool Blu-ray and DVD quite yet, but with the release less than a month a way, we should have all of the official details soon. Until then, take a look at this deleted scene from Deadpool, which will be included on the Blu-ray and DVD when it arrives on May 10. Do you think this scene should have been included in the theatrical cut? If you have trouble viewing the clip below you can watch it here!