Continuity mistake: When Deadpool lies back on the barrels of kerosene, the opening for the drum under his head is shown covered by his back, while the drum under his right arm has its opening near his elbow. In the next shot, the drums have mysteriously turned, with an opening now appearing next to his head, and the one that had been under his elbow, now rotated by 180° near his shoulder. He then flicks a lit cigarette into the air, which is shown to drop into the drum next to his shoulder - except that the drum under his head is the one that explodes first. (00:01:55 - 02:09:00)Leflyman
Trivia: On the scrolling text during the news broadcast it says "Notorious bank robbers Westervelt and Ghizas arrested Sunday evening after high speed chase." Dirk Westervelt was the film editor for "Deadpool 2." He also was an editor for "Logan." Nick Ghizas was the visual effects manager for "Deadpool 2." He was also a visual effects artist for the TV show "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Westervelt was also an editor for the film "Notorious" and "Faster."Bishop73
Blind Al: Can you speak up? It’s hard to hear you with that pity dick in your mouth.
Question: In the first timeline ending, Russell (Firefist) is not convinced or changed by Deadpool's pleading; in fact, he casts Deadpool aside. Cable then lunges for the semi-auto handgun and takes his last shot, which is intercepted by Deadpool in his left chest (a fatal wound). Seemingly, the only thing that really changed Russell's mind was Deadpool's actual death scene, as Deadpool rambled on with his farewells and gradually faded away. But, in the alternate ending, Cable goes back in time a few minutes and uses an arcade token to stop the bullet that killed Deadpool; thus, Deadpool doesn't die from the gunshot and Russell doesn't react to Deadpool's farewells (that never happened). So, what event changed Russell's mind the second time, if not Deadpool's actual death?Charles Austin Miller