That's the word from the film's screenwriter and the artist behind the original "Deadpool" comic series, who both said on social media this weekend that there was an additional top-secret scene awaiting moviegoers that not even those who attended previous fan and critic screenings had seen so far. Writer Rhett Reese teased on Twitter, "There's a second coda that won't arrive 'til the movie screens in theaters."
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...— Rhett Reese (@RhettReese) February 7, 2016
And artist Artist Rob Liefeld -- who co-created Deadpool with writer Fabian Niecza in the '90s -- also told fans on the social media site that they should stick around for a double dose of post-credits goodies when the flick hits theaters later this week.
And there is another you did not see! There's TWO! https://t.co/gJugs97DIi— robertliefeld (@robertliefeld) February 7, 2016
I said it in front of the IMAX screening and Tim and Simon nodded "Yes". Held back from previews. https://t.co/BKJlQMI7oP— robertliefeld (@robertliefeld) February 7, 2016
We're dying to know what was so special -- and potentially spoilerific -- that the creatives decided to hold it until the actual release day. The wait is almost over: "Deadpool" drops on Friday, February 12.
[via: Rhett Reese, Rob Liefeld, h/t Entertainment Weekly]