Ryan Reynolds Gets The Blowjob Guy From Netflix’s ‘Fyre’ For His New Gin Advert

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in Funny, News
Published 06.06.19
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Ryan Reynolds has finally teamed up with Andy King from Netflix’s Fyre to sell his famous Aviation Gin.

The Canadian actor is famously a big fan of gin, and so bought a distillery that he was particularly impressed with, called Aviation Gin.

Since then, he’s posted his fair share of hilarious adverts to his Twitter and YouTube, and even one where he and Hugh Jackman tried to promote one another. It was absolutely brilliant. Have a look…

But now the Deadpool actor has another advert for his gin company, and it’s pretty special.

Waxing lyrical about Aviation, Reynolds explains that, to celebrate the company, he’s taken it upon himself to blow and engrave every special edition Aviation Gin bottle.

First and foremost, that is an utter sight to behold. Even as a heterosexual man, watching Reynolds, with all of his virility, blowing molten glass weirdly does something to me. Concerning.

But better than that, after all of his ‘blowing’ talk, we cut to Andy King…

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You’ll know Andy King’s face, but you may not know him by that name. You’ll more likely know him as ‘blowjob guy’ from the Netflix Fyre Festival documentary.

As a little refresher, Andy King was the festival producer who Billy McFarland shamelessly requested that he performed fellatio on the customs agent in order to get bottled water into the festival.

And he nearly obliged!

Have a watch of the trailer…

It’s bold and brash, I’ll give him that.

I am still dubious of non-English gin, though. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that we’re the best at everything; I wouldn’t expect to get a good mainstream lager made in England, but stranger things have happened.

Not sure anyone could have predicted the prestige of Japanese whisky.

But yeah, I’m a big fan of the advert. Good work, Ryan. Good work, Andy.

Images via Twitter, Netflix

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