"By our last count, which was a couple months ago, we had over a hundred Easter eggs in 'Deadpool,'" he revealed.
When asked what he took from set, he shared that -- in addition to the suit -- he also took a stuffed unicorn. "I kept two things from the 'Deadpool' set," he said. "I kept the stuffed unicorn wearing ass-less leather chaps that Deadpool carries around in the movie, and I also kept a Deadpool suit, because I waited ten years to do the film, so I'm keeping the fucking suit."
He also thanked fans for their vocal support, which ultimately put the movie in motion after Reynolds' aforementioned ten year wait. "Fans are the ones that got us to where we are. We wouldn't have this movie if not for them. The leaked test footage happened, they screamed and yelled, overwhelmed the studio, and the studio was forced to allow us to make not only the 'Deadpool' movie but the 'Deadpool' movie that the world needs."
As to whether or not we'll ever see Spider-Man and Deadpool team up, Reynolds has a bit more of a tongue-in-cheek response. "I can definitely imagine doing something with Spider-Man at some point," he said wistfully, looking into the distance as he did, indeed, imagine the possibility.