On the surface, the movie seems like a straight remake of the beloved Marvel superhero franchise.
But if you’re one of the millions who have paid to see Deadpool 2 online and in theaters, you may find that the new movie is not the first time that Deadpool 2 has been altered for a 3D version.
It’s been altered so many times in the past that the movie has its own Twitter account, which has been a useful tool to keep track of what’s been added and removed.
The latest Deadpool 2 trailer was updated in July, and then again in August, but it’s been the same story ever since.
“I’ve been doing this for about 20 years and I’ve never seen this change, so I just went on the Internet and checked,” said David Mazzucchelli, the owner of the popular “Deadpool 2” Twitter account.
“And I have been on the lookout for all the changes in the movie that I could find.”
The movie has been updated on Twitter at least four times in just over two years.
Mazzucci has made a career of tracking down and exposing the latest changes to the film.
He’s made sure to check the latest trailer on social media, to the first trailer trailer for the film and even to the trailer itself.
“The most common thing that I see is that the trailers are different,” he said.
“There are times when there are trailers that I’ve seen that are slightly different.
But the thing is, when you go online, you can check them all at once, so you know what’s up.”
The Twitter account was created in 2013.
Twitter has been using the hashtag #Deadpool to spread the word about the film for years.
“Deadpwn is a real word, so it is a word that you are going to hear a lot, because that’s the word of the day,” said Mazzuchelli.
“It’s like, ‘Hey, check this out.
It looks amazing.
I have to be here.
It has to be worth your time.'”
There have been some notable changes in Deadpool 2.
The film now has a different title, which is now called “The Merc With A Mouth,” and it has a new villain.
“This new villain, he’s a bit of a big change,” said Michael Dougherty, a senior associate with The Wrap who is also an expert on 3D film effects.
“He’s got the ability to take out the heart of a human being and he’s also got a really interesting backstory, so that’s a huge change.”
But some of the biggest changes in this latest version of the Deadpool movie are not changes that Mazzuca said he noticed.
“When I first saw the trailer, I thought, Oh, this is going to be an amazing movie,” he told CBC News.
“But then when I saw the new trailer, that was kind of what I expected.”
He said the first thing he noticed was the fact that the villains look different.
“They’re all very much alike,” he explained.
“One is wearing a suit and he has a black helmet and he is a black-suited guy, so they are all very similar.
The other guy, the one with the big red suit, he has black pants and he looks like he’s on the cover of a comic book.”
Dougherty said he also noticed that the film was more violent.
“All the way through, you’re going to see the Merc with a Mouth is beating a guy up,” he pointed out.
“So that is pretty much going to make you think, Oh my god, this has got to be the movie we’ve been waiting for.”
He added that the second thing he found interesting was the movie is set in a different universe.
“If you’re like me and you’re a Deadpool fan, you probably remember when the movie first came out, and you think that’s all there is,” he added.
“Well, it’s not.
There’s a whole other world out there, and that world has a bunch of new heroes.”
Mazzuci said the changes were subtle, but noticeable.
“You know, they don’t really make it seem like they’re going out of their way to make it look like the new world they’re in is any different from the one you remember,” he joked.
“In the movie, you don’t actually see the people that the Mercs are after, but you’re pretty sure you see the other Mercs who are trying to take care of the Merc’s side.”
Mitzi’s Twitter account has also become a valuable tool for those who are curious about what the film will be like on screen.
“My Twitter account is a little bit different, because it’s kind of like a real time stamp,” he revealed.
“Every tweet is actually a tweet from the last day, the last month, the first day. So