Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Pushes His Aviation Gin To Parents During Promo For The Croods 2

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Pushes His Aviation Gin To Parents During Promo For The Croods 2
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Ryan Reynolds has shamelessly (and hilariously) plugged his Aviation Gin brand while insisting it’s not an ad for gin, but rather child-friendly juice.

The spot, called Not a Gin Ad, also sees Reynolds market the new family-friendly film The Croods: A New Age, while subtly referencing his Aviation Gin brand.

He opened the ad with: “This is absolutely not an ad for – or partnership with – my top-of-the-line, best-selling gin. No way. That’s because we all know The Croods: A New Age is a family film and that gin is for mommies and daddies only.”

Reynolds then insists he’s promoting gin’s family-friendly, alcohol-free equivalent – juice.

Watch the funny business below.

The spot is aother one of Reynolds’ off-center ads made in-house by his own production company. 

 

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