Deadpool Gets Spliced into 'Captain America: Civil War' — and It Works Perfectly

The 45-second clip is so good, Ryan Reynolds shared it.
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The 45-second clip is so good, Ryan Reynolds shared it.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe just got a little bit bigger.

Someone spliced footage from Deadpool into this summer's Captain America: Civil War, and the results are delightful. The 45-second clip is so good that Deadpool himself (actor Ryan Reynolds) shared the video on his social media pages. 

The scene is set at the airport where the battle among superheroes takes place in Civil War. In this case, Spider-Man is paired with Deadpool, who is superimposed from his opening scene where he is siting near the freeway, waiting for the bad guys to pass so he can jump down and unleash chaos. 

Lines from Spider-Man are mostly from the scene in Civil War where Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) visits Peter Parker (Tom Holland) at home in an effort to recruit him.

Still, it all works here in the back-and-forth fan clip. 

The clip was created by Redditor --zach--, who used a GIF created by another Redditor, /u/riceandnori, as the basis.

Check it out below.