From a dark and dead-end back alley, a cry for help from an unprotected elderly man while being mugged reaches Deadpool's ears. Without delay, the selfless defender who is eager to save the day, dashes off to a nearby phone booth to change into something more crime-fighting appropriate, however, a modern-day spandex suit can be a tricky thing to wear in such a confined space. Will Deadpool make it in time, but most important, are superheroes entitled to a bad day?
Did You Know?
The phone booth scene is a homage to Superman, who would often use a phone booth to change between Superman and Clark Kent. The Superman
(1978) score plays as Wade runs to the phone booth to change. Inside the phone booth the word "hope" is seen; the Superman S shield is the Kryptonian symbol for "hope". See more
[watches a mugging
Not on my watch, motherfucker.
The version released by Ryan Reynolds online featured a different opening song and also included a cameo from Stan Lee See more
You're So Cool
Composed by Hans Zimmer See more