In all of its R-rated glory, Deadpool showcased a number of sex scenes between the Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) and Vanessa (Morena Baccarin). Featuring a raunchy montage that felt nearly endless, the film had apparently a lot more to give. However, most of the scenes filmed were left on the cutting room floor, and, for her part, Baccarin is glad a number of the scenes were cut.
While on Conan, Baccarin chatted about Deadpool, saying that, aside from two straight days of sex scenes, she enjoyed the filming experience.
“It took two days to shoot [the sex scene], because I think it was us making sweet love for an entire calendar year so it was all the holidays you know. So we dressed differently for every one,” she explained.
“We ended up leaving just a lot on the cutting room floor, because there are a lot of holidays. And I feel good about that—the part that was left out. I literally mean that [was] enough sex. Like nobody needs to see more than what was in the movie.”
You can see a clip from Baccarin’s interview on Conan below.
Of course, given what we saw in Deadpool, you can bet there will be a slew of new sex scenes coming up in the sequel.
Deadpool 2 is being directed by David Leitch (John Wick, Atomic Blonde) and written by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese. The film is currently in pre-production and is expected to begin filming at the end of this spring.
Deadpool 2 will introduce Deadpool’s time-traveling mutant partner, Cable, as well as X-Force member Domino, who is being portrayed by Atlanta actress Zazie Beetz. Supporting characters from the original film — such as Colossus (voiced by Stefan Kapicic), Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), taxi driver Dopinder (Karan Soni), and Blind Al (Leslie Uggams) — are also expected to return.
Deadpool 2 is set to hit theaters June 1, 2018.
5 Essential Cable Stories To Read Before His Debut In ‘Deadpool 2’
Now that it’s official Josh Brolin will be suiting up as Cable in Deadpool 2, it’s time for everyone to get a crash course on the character so they can say “that’s not how it happened in the comic” when they see the movie with their friends.
Nathan Summers, the future son of Cyclops and Jean Grey, first debuted in 1986, but he didn’t make his full debut as Cable until 1990. Rob Liefeld designed him to be a leader more prone to take action than Xavier and that character trait has persisted throughout his long history. Cable has fought alongside the X-Men in the past as well as fought for mutants survival against the government in a dark future.
Cable is the straight-man to Deadpool’s goofball and I can’t wait to see the two of them come together next year in Deadpool 2. Hopefully Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin have the chemistry to bring this legendary bro-mance to the bigscreen, otherwise Fox will be hearing from a lot of angry fans.
Hit Next to find out more about Cable before his debut in Deadpool 2!