A pink Deadpool suit is being auctioned to fight cancer, so we can all be superheroes
Only someone as hilarious as Deadpool could make fighting cancer sound so absolutely inappropriate. But the Merc with a Mouth has a special kind of humor that doesn’t make you question him when he says he’s got a “big ol’ heart on” for cancer, because as gross as that sounds, he’s also doing something so sweet and amazing in the name of fighting cancer. Ryan Reynolds ditched his normal red suit from Deadpool and Deadpool 2 to don some new threads in a partnership with non-profit organization LetsFCancer, and the video is amazing.
Turns out that anyone can be a superhero, and you don’t need a silly CGI suit or special effects to do it…all you need is to donate. Deadpool and LetsFCancer teamed up with Omaze to give away this very special, one-of-a-kind, custom-made pink suit and all you have to do is donate for your chance to win.
Plus, you can help Wade Wilson give a big “F you” to cancer while you’re at it, so it’s really a win-win.
How do you enter? It’s simple: fans can donate a minimum of $10 to enter for the chance to win the suit. And more than one person will walk away a winner, since you can also get more added prizes like signed DVDs and posters and a personalized outgoing voicemail message recorded by Deadpool himself the more you donate.
Even if you don’t win anything, you’ll know you’re doing good since all proceeds will go to support LetsFCancer, which helps people diagnosed with cancer — as well as their families and support network — get equitable access to early detection, prevention, and psychosocial support. You can find more information on the pink suit giveaway here.
Now all you have to do is enter for your chance to win, and then whoever actually gets the suit needs to promise to wear it in public every day leading up to the release of Deadpool 2 on May 18th because just think of all the memes that will generate.
What would you do if you see a pink Deadpool shopping for basmati rice at your local grocery store, or filling up a tank of gas at the gas station? The possibilities are endless.