How is Ryan Reynolds going to successfully transition from voicing the filthiest superhero of the past few years (Deadpool) to the fluffiest ()? The answer will arrive in theaters this December in a re-release we never saw coming: a PG-13 edit of , complete with new scenes.
arrives on December 12, only seven months after ‘s debut, but it appears to include just enough new content to entice series fans to hit theaters one more time.
The trailer includes some back-and-forth in the iconic bedroom set, along with Savage offering serious shade about Deadpool’s bastard-child position in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: “It’s like if the Beatles were produced by Nickelback. It’s still music, but it sucks.” (Anyone who is shocked to see Savage’s comedic chops hasn’t kept up with the former child actor’s modern work on series like and .)
Otherwise, the trailer (embedded below) includes a severe lack of exactly how ‘s language and violence will be softened to fit into a PG-13 framework. But we’re intrigued by the comedic possibilities inherent in an officially “censored” take. Think of hilariously dubbed cable-TV versions of films (like s infamous “when you find a stranger in the Alps” moment), then add a production crew in on the joke, and you probably have something weird in store, if not great.