Ryan Reynolds who plays the role of Marvel’s Deadpool, which is one of the super-cool superheroes of Marvel has parodied the wide world of superhero movies in some interesting and demarcate ways. This has extended to the actor’s time outside of the hat including in ads for his company, Aviation Gin.
The latest advertisement starring Reynolds is certainly of no exception, as it pokes fun at one of the most contestable behind-the-scenes aspects of DC’s Justice League. The advertisement video detects Ryan Reynolds accusing Movember – a men’s health charity that publicizes men to keep their facial hair i.e beards and mustache during “No Shave November” – as in the video his mustache wondrously disappears after drinking from a particular glass. The CGI surrounding the disappearing mustache begins to glitch before Reynolds falls offscreen. Heres the link of the advertisement which was tweeted on Ryan’s official twitter handle-
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) November 5, 2019
This is video is obviously a reference to Justice League’s- “MustacheGate”, which was surrounded by Superman actor Henry Cavill during the movie’s production. And the movie reboots exactly dropped around the same time when Henry was shooting for Mission: Impossible – Fallout!, for which he had already grown a pretty splendid mustache. As a result, Cavill’s mustache had to be doggedly removed from the reshot footage.
In an interview last year Henry said that- “I was slightly astonished when we decided to go for the mustache, I wasn’t absolutely expecting all the events to unfold as they were going to unfold,”