It may be a long, long time before we ever get to see Deadpool and Wolverine in a movie together that isn't X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but at least this weekend we get the next closest thing. In the last few months, Ryan Reynolds decided to throw on his Merc With The Mouth costume once again and filmed a short film called "No Good Deed," and that short started playing in front of Logan screenings everywhere starting Thursday night. It's a fun bit of superhero comedy, but also in true Deadpool fashion, it's loaded up with Easter Eggs.

From beginning to end, the Deadpool 2 teaser short is loaded up with funny in-jokes and references... and in case any of them have escaped you, we've decided to catalogue all of the big ones that we noticed. But before we dive in, you can give the short another watch below (or watch it for the first time if you haven't seen it yet!)

All caught up now? Good! Let's dive into all of those juicy, juicy, Easter Eggs, shall we?

"Angel Of The Morning" by Juice Newton

Fun fact: those of you who have only seen the internet version of the "No Good Deed" short are missing out on the same experience being had by viewers who are seeing the short play before screenings of Logan. It's actually the case that the online cut is longer, but the one in theaters has some different musical cues... including the very first one. In the internet version, Ryan Reynolds's Wade Wilson is listening to "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)" by John Parr while walking along the street, but on the big screen that music is subbed out for "Angel Of The Morning" by Juice Newton - the same song that plays during the opening credits of the Deadpool movie. Why did it have to change? It's probably a rights thing. But the good news is that right now you still have the opportunity to experience both versions.

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