Though they technically never got to crossover, Deadpool has thus far done his best to feature Logan in his movies in some capacity. Whether it be a magazine cover or a hilarious mid-credits scene righting the wrongs of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, it’s become well apparent that the Merc with a Mouth has some sort of fixation on one of Charles Xavier’s most popular pupils.
As you may recall, one such example was that of music box found in Deadpool 2 depicting the end of Hugh Jackman’s character near the conclusion of Logan. Well, as it turns out, that baby won’t be displayed in the Smithsonian anytime soon.
You see, ComicBook.com had a chance to take in the film and its bonus contents in advance of the home video release, chief among which was the commentary track that’s been said to contain some amusing anecdotes. In it, star Ryan Reynolds admits to employing the use of the five finger discount:
“I left set that day with the Logan music box. I stole it. I’m just letting you know.”
Normally, studios tend to hold onto props and costumes for various reasons, but I’m not opposed to the idea of stars having some right to walk away with a keepsake preserving their experience. Don’t misinterpret that by thinking I advocate stealing, but these folks do put in some long hours on these productions, so that’s why I think they deserve a memento or two.
For more goodies, be sure to pick up a copy of Deadpool 2 when it arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on August 21. If you’d like a full rundown of its special features, be sure to click here.