Footballing royalty David Beckham is the latest high-profile recruit to help promote the new Deadpool film due for a global release this Thursday.
Continuing its eccentric marketing for the second instalment, Deadpool himself (played by Ryan Reynolds) shows up at Becks’ house to apologise for mocking the retired soccer star’s voice in the first film.
After trying to make amends with everything from helium balloons, a Mariachi band and free football tickets, Beckham finally invites the red latex-suited villain-turned-hero inside for a couch-side chat.
The latest celebrity stunt follows on from Deadpool’s appearance in Celine Dion’s latest single unveiled last week. Check out out the Beck’s madness below.
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