Since Deadpool isn't like any superhero, this suit isn't just like any movie prop... it's pink and helps an awesome cause kick cancer's butt just like Deadpool does. He used his much-loved jokes, saying, "that's heart with a "t", for my new obsession, pink-the color, not the singer".
Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool makes a bold statement in support of fighting against cancer. He made it clear because he is more of Celine (Dion) kind of guy.
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The actor wears a bright pink Deadpool costume in a video and tells viewers that he is auctioning off the costume to raise money in the fight against cancer.
The foul-mouthed, fabulous super'ish hero has dropped his regular red garb for a pink get up all in the name of giving a "big f-you to cancer". What you do from there is limited only by your imagination. Some of the higher priced donations come with signed merchandise such as a signed poster ($750), signed DVD ($1500) and an outgoing voicemail address recorded by Deadpool himself. Should you win the suit, Reynolds offered up some options for how you could use it. "Or will you simply nail it to a post in order to scare away birds, children and the elderly?" Each person who wants the chance to win buys tickets (costing $10/£7.10 for 100), each of which gives you a single chance to win. "Seriously, we need that - these suits aren't cheap", he added.
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"But we have to have a peace agreement to assure the stability for everyone and to have normal relations", he added . John Travolta also visited the Kingdom, meeting with fans and talking to them about the United States film industry.