Deadpool has only been shown via early screenings, and already the reviews are painting this interpretation of the Merc With The Mouth as a bonafide classic. Rooted by Ryan Reynolds, who has waited a decade to play this version of the character, who knocks Wade Wilson out of the ballpark with his performance.
Due to such positive response, a second after credits sequence will be shown upon theatrical release. In the early screenings, there was only a single after credits sequence, and the second was not revealed to the public at all, which was confirmed by Deadpool creator Rob Liefield on Twitter:
“And there is another you did not see! There’s TWO!”
This was doubly confirmed by the co-writer of the Deadpool film, Rhett Reese:
“No one who’s seen Deadpool so far has seen *all* of Deadpool. There’s a second coda that won’t arrive ’til the movie screens in theaters…”
This is very interesting, as it could be that the positive word-of-mouth, positive reviews, and fan anticipation could lead to them wanting to already shoot for a second Deadpool film, and reveal the second credits sequence could be a tease of sorts as for what is coming next.
Deadpool arrives in theaters February 12th.