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Stan Lee's Raunchy Cameo And Other 'Deadpool' Easter Eggs

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Everyone already knows that Stan Lee has quirky cameo appearances in many Marvel films and the Ryan Reynolds-led "Deadpool" is no exception. We all already know that Lee is supposed to have a gratuitous cameo this time around but it seems it is more gratuitous than any of his previous apperances. Before you go any further, however, note that there may be spoilers for the "Deadpool" movie ahead- but we'll try to keep it at a minimum.

If you've seen the film, then you probably already spotted Lee the moment the camera turned to him but if you missed him, our only question is "how did you even manage to do that?"

So where is Stan Lee in his latest cameo appearance? Smack right in the center of the strip club as the DJ who calls out to all the strippers with quite a memorable line: "You can't buy love, but you can rent it for three minutes."

Of course, it was not just Lee who made an appearance in "Deadpool" because the candid red suit-wearing mercenary would not let the opportunity to mention other Marvel characters pass him by, especially if Deadpool was not so happy about something in relation to them. You know what that means: Wolverine!

The 2009 "The X-Men Origins: Wolverine" movie showed Deadpool in a very different light and had sewn up the merc's mouth completely. Well, he is not going to stay silent about that now that he can talk but instead of explicitly saying what he feels about it, Reynolds chose to show it instead with a "cameo appearance" of the wrong Deadpool version's action figure.

Don't just wait for the action figure to appear because you might miss all the jokes Deadpool says. If you haven't watched the film yet and you have enough time, why not refresh your memory of the first Deadpool appearance in spite of the cringe factor. We can guarantee you that you will find a lot of jabs about that in the film whether as Deadpool's joke or as a legitimate line in the film.

Of course, we all should not forget Reynolds' stint as Hal Jordan in the 2011 film "Green Lantern" because he also poked fun at it- though not directly because of copyright. But surely, we all know what Wade Wilson is talking about when he hopes that he will not be given a green costume.

One more thing: keep your eyes peeled at the street signs because, if you're a Marvel Comics fan, you're definitely bound to read some familiar names connected to the "Deadpool" comics.

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