The first Deadpool movie was such a massive hit, you’d think Deadpool 2’s marketing team could pump the breaks a little bit, but that’s just not how they roll. If you’ve been watching TV or scrolling thorough the internet at all in the last few months, then there’s a pretty good chance you’ve already seen something with a pinch of Deapool, even if you didn’t know it at the time.
Like their clever movie posters.
And if you’re looking for a way to get your girlfriend there.
People seem o be loving it. MARKETING WORKS!
We’re all living in 2018. Deadpool 2’s marketing team is living in 3018. pic.twitter.com/dvEQm0CeoR
— Physics-astronomy.org (@OrgPhysics) May 17, 2018
Deadpool has also been showing up all over TV. There’s enough marketing content to make a whole extra movie.
I don’t know what David Beckham’s rate is, but I’m guessing it’s A LOT.
But that probably pales in comparison to Celine Dion.
And the song is hot af.
I can’t believe I’m actually saying this, but the Celine Dion song from Deadpool 2 bangs.
— Adam Spector – the Fist of Khonshu. (@Howsito) May 15, 2018
And why not crash The Late Show? Who better to run a monologue than The Merc With The Mouth?
But for as much money as they’ve spent, these ads probably paid pretty well.
And if you needed another reason to believe Ryan Reynolds is a damn national treasure, here he is on Korea’s King of Masked Singer crushing a song from Annie dressed as Deadpool’s favorite animal.
The chances are pretty slim that you haven’t at least heard about Deadpool before reading this, but I hope it has further persuaded you to check this movie out. I thoroughly enjoyed the first one and can’t wait to see the sequel.
Some parting words of wisdom: