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Ryan Reynolds gifts fans a “well hung” look at his latest project

Business industry eyebrows (think: thick, bushy) raised this week after it was announced that mega-corporations Disney and Fox would merger. Fans, on the other hand, wonder what the move could mean for content.

Will Disney continue on with envelope-pushing franchises like the R-rated superhero films Logan and Deadpool?

Related: WATCH: Ryan Reynolds gives the world an eye-full

We suspect that if the money is right, they’ll do whatever it takes to appease their shareholders.

And either way, it’s far too late for the deal to affect the hotly anticipated Deadpool 2, which doesn’t hit theaters until June 2018.

Star Ryan Reynolds is wasting no time hyping up the film, and we give him bonus points for managing to work in a solid d-joke in a recent share:

“Some might call this creation a masterpiece,” Reynolds wrote of the Michelangelo-inspired poster. “But to me,” he added, “it’s just well hung art to be shared with the world.”

Related: Did you catch Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield kissing at the Golden Globes?

Miraculously, this led to a back-and-forth with the prestigious British Museum:

Then the Getty Museum weighed in — sure, why not:

That’s when the official Deadpool Twitter account hopped into the thread:

Then, naturally, mediocre Italian restaurant Bucca di Beppo had something to share:

Leading to just one more joke about the male anatomy. It’s a good day:

Some fans took the news of the Disney/Fox merger to heart and revised the poster: