During the Credits
The first minute and a half of the credits of Deadpool contain animated cartoons of Deadpool (in the style of his crude drawings from early in the film). He imitates Spider-Man by hanging upside down. He switches to urinals that are further away when he notices a giant heart looking at his penis as he’s pissing. He listens to the first credits song, “Careless Whisper”, with headphones and then holds up a lighter. He gets an erection when Ryan Reynolds’ name appears, grows a bigger boner when Morena Baccarin’s name appears, and then gets an even bigger hard-on when Ed Skrein’s name appears, at which point Deadpool claims that Ed Skrein is the hottest. He then rides a unicorn and jerks off its horn until the unicorn climaxes and shoots rainbows from the horn. Finally, the unicorn farts out cash. There are no other extras during the following 4 minutes.
After the Credits
There is a stinger after the credits of Deadpool.
The extra scenes pay homage to the classic post-credits stinger in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, in which the eponymous character, wearing a bathrobe, pokes his head out from a doorway, notices the audience, walks down the hall toward the screen, and says, “You’re still here? It’s over. Go home.” Deadpool, dressed in the same striped robe, says those exact same lines, followed by, “Oh, you’re expecting a teaser for Deadpool 2. Well, we don’t have that kind of money.” He turns around and as he walks away from the audience, he continues, “You’re expecting Sam Jackson to show up? Eye patch? Saucy little leather number? Go, go!” He shoos the audience and exits through the left doorway. The end of the credits briefly reappear for a few seconds, but then the Bueller home hallway returns, and Deadpool reveals, “I can tell you one thing, and it’s a bit of a secret. The sequel? We’re going to have Cable. Amazing character, bionic arm, time travel. We have no idea who we’re going to cast yet, but it could be anybody. Just need a big guy with a flattop. Mel Gibson, Dolph Lundgren, Keira Knightley? She’s got range. Who knows? Anyway, big secret. Ssh! Oh, and don’t leave your garbage all lying around. It’s a total dick move. Go!” Deadpool shoos the audience away and exits offscreen, but then he pokes just his head back through the doorway and does the “Chicka chicka!” sound from the song “Oh Yeah” by Yello, which was featured prominently in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The extra scenes last about 1 minute.
Songs During the Credits
“Careless Whisper” by Wham!
“Shoop” by Salt-N-Pepa
Special thanks Boomy, Mark Tran, Reshef316, and John Connor for the stinger submissions and information!