WATCH: Hyundai’s Super Bowl 50 commercial about a town where everyone looks like Ryan Reynolds

WATCH: Hyundai’s Super Bowl 50 commercial about a town where everyone looks like Ryan Reynolds

Hyundai USA unveiled its commercial for Super Bowl 50 featuring Ryan Reynolds on Monday. In the ad, Reynolds populates in a town called Ryanville as the car manufacturer advertises the new Hyundai Elantra 2017 and its Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection technology.

In Hyundai’s Super Bowl 50 ad, two lovely ladies were on a blue Hyundai Elantra 2017 when they come across Reynolds on a bike. Then the ladies saw Reynolds again to their left being handed a ticket by a police officer, who oddly looked very much like the Deadpool star.

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You will see three more Reynolds working like construction workers on the side of the road with a jackhammer and three more Reynolds playing football on the front lawn. Lastly, a pedestrian Reynolds was almost got hit by the ladies if it weren’t for Hyundai’s pedestrian-detecting brakes that came in handy to ensure the ladies will not get an accident.

The commercial was directed by Peter Berg of Pony Show Entertainment, Adweek reported. It also featured the song “Whatta Man” by Salt-n-Pepa. A 30-second version of Reynolds’ Hyundai commercial will also be aired during the second quarter of Sunday’s game.

Hyundai’s other ad “The Chase” will be aired during the first quarter. Hyundai will have two more 60-second spots that be shown during CBS’s pre-game show on Sunday.

The ingenious Hyundai ad has received positive responses from social media users, especially from ladies. One Twitter user wrote Reynolds’ commercial will make him definitely buy the new Elantra that doesn’t get distracted. Another one wrote it would be a dream come true to live in a town full of Reynolds’ clones and one wrote Reynolds’ looked “yummy” in the Hyundai Super Bowl spot.

In case you have not seen it yet, you can watch the video in its entirety below.

Video courtesy: YouTube/HyundaiUSA

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