The Deadpool films are known for epic end credit scenes. In Deadpool, the Merc with the Mouth revealed Cable would be coming for the sequel. In Deadpool 2, the film's star Ryan Reynolds got rid of all of his past movie mistakes in real life and on the screen.
But it turns out Deadpool 2's screenwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, had another legendary end credit scene up their sleeve. The duo wanted to use actors from Fantastic Four (both 2005 and 2015's iterations).
"We had Chris Evans coming in, not as Captain America, but as the Human Torch," said Wernick to Yahoo Entertainment. "And then we had a subsequent scene where all the  Fantastic Four [cast] came in together, including Michael B. Jordan as the Human Torch, to kind of one-up the Chris Evans visit," Reese continued.
Although the script was drafted, the scenes were never shot on camera. It wasn't the only scene the two dreamed up though. Reese and Wernick also wanted to reunite the cast from the '80s sitcom, Night Court.
“He [Deadpool] got busted for committing crimes, went to trial, and Harry Anderson was going to be the judge, and John Larroquette was going to be the prosecutor, and we were going to do a whole Night Court thing," said Reese, who also wanted Richard Moll and Markie Post for cameos. But ultimately, it didn't happen.
Although it's not too late to film it for the DVD release, right?