If you're Deadpool, the answer is apparently "you betcha!"
"There were more X-Force interviews that were talked about".
"No, no, we never got that far". And we thought we don't want to leave the crowd on an "ohhhhh". "But we definitely had a lot more X-Force interviews with freakish, random people coming in to interview".
SPOILER WARNING - The description of this scene could possibly spoil plot elements about Deadpool 2.
"I think it was cut just because, it was at the very, very end, and it left the audience with this, 'Oh?' It's like, 'Sure, it's baby Hitler, but it is a baby.' It's kind of weird to watch that!" That's what was supposed to happen.
As we previously reported, however, this joke didn't go down well at all in test screenings, as audiences were rightly repulsed by the idea of the hero of the movie they were watching murdering an infant.
Reese: Oh that's really amusing.
ComicBook.com met with Deadpool 2 screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick at the sequel's premiere in NY the other night and pressed them for info on their take on the Baby Hitler scene and why it didn't make it into the finished cut.
Wernick: There's even a draft of that scene where we back it up even more where he's standing over baby Hitler and says, 'God, that is a toughie.' He finds a Sharpie and draws a mustache on the baby - a little baby mustache - and says 'Maximum effort!'
The idea for Evans makes sense when you consider how Reynolds has gone from a critically-panned superhero performance in Green Lantern to a bonafide blockbuster star in Deadpool.
It's a shame these two scenes were cut, but the final film is still very, very amusing.
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