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'Deadpool' Directors' Cut: Jokes Too Dirty to Make it into the Film

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Some "Deadpool" humor did not make it to the film's final cut after it was deemed 'too vulgar,' even for an R-rated movie.

A report from Cinema Blend featured several jokes from the Ryan Reynolds-starrer that will not be heard or seen on the big screen.

A week from the highly anticipated film's release date, "Deadpool" star T.J. Miller revealed a couple of examples of those jokes in an interview with IGN.

One joke states: "You look like a trucker sh*t on your shoulders and then shaped ears into it."

Another goes something like: "Someone pulled your balls up through your mouth and wrapped them around your head."

Such descriptions, the actor admitted, were "physically difficult to imagine," which is probably why they were left out of the film.

Apparently, these lines were from a scene when Miller's character, Weasel, first saw Wade Wilson after undergoing the experiment that ultimately turned him into a gut-wrenching-ugly-but-super-powerful human we know well as Deadpool.

In January, "Deadpool" helmer Tim Miller also revealed the challenge of "cleaning" the film as reported by Comic Book.

Apparently, he had to edit "a bunch of stuff," including "an extended version [with] a couple more beats of violence" that he wanted to throw in.

Plus, there is the bar scene that had to be toned down because it was "particularly mean and offensive to a lot of people."

"T.J. and Ryan got together and wrote a version of the scene that we just said, 'Oh my God, this is too far.' I mean there were so many people offended it would have really been -- we couldn't do it. It was just mean and so I said, 'No. We don't have to do that,'" he said.

Talking about the same scene, T.J. Miller admitted that "it just got more and more hateful" as they went back and forth, bringing the scene downhill.

He also lauded Ryan Reynolds' improvisation, saying: "Ryan's a very, very good improviser, and he's very funny and, like, one of the sweetest guys. It was very... heavy duty."

While all this may sound exciting to watch considering that "Deadpool" is the first and most faithful comic book-based movie, fans should know that they may not release the clips to the public to avoid conflict.

In fact, Cinema Blend is thankful that they didn't make the final cut for obvious reasons.

However, there may still be a chance that some people will be able to watch these scenes from the "Director's Cut," but not until later in 2016.

"Deadpool" premieres in theaters on February 12, 2016.

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