Deadpool has a special message for you: Fight cancer and win his special pink suit


Deadpool is fighting another villain, this time in the form of cancer. Join the fight and you could win the pink super suit right off his back.

Deadpool 2 is almost here (can’t wait for May 18th!) and Ryan Reynolds is using the movie to support cancer research. He and Omaze are supporting an amazing non-profit organization called LetsFCancer.

In a promo for the organization, Deadpool is seen sitting on his couch petting a stuffed unicorn. He lets his fans know they can win the light pink version of his super suit that gives him a “big ol’ heart on.”

“I’m gonna donate the very suit off my back while giving you a chance to own some movie marketing memorabilia,” the mercenary/hero tells us.

Deadpool then offers some unconventional ideas of how to use said pink suit, including creating a scarecrow or adding it to your BDSM collection.

“This is one fight where everyone can be a superhero. No superpowers, capes, or lame CG costumes needed — just your money. Seriously, we need that. These suits aren’t cheap,” he adds.

Anyone wanting to participate in the pink super suit giveaway will need to donate at least $10 through the Omaze campaign website. But if you want to get a sweeter grab bag, the more you donate the more prizes you earn. Prizes include a signed Deadpool poster and the movie on DVD or BluRay.

For those who go above and beyond with a $5,000 donation, you could receive a personalized outgoing voicemail message from the insane anti-hero himself. While prizes are great, it is pretty awesome that Deadpool and Omaze are supporting this amazing cause.

“LetsFCancer believes that people diagnosed with cancer, as well as their families and support network, should have equitable access to early detection, prevention and psychosocial support,” Omaze says in a statement. “This incredible organization creates campaigns around behavior change and promotes scientifically proven routes for cancer prevention.”

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Deadpool 2 will be in theatres May 18th, but until then let’s help the masked man fight cancer.