It's a Ryan Reynolds world, and we're all just living in it.
At least, that's the sentiment of Hyundai's new Super Bowl ad featuring multiple – and apparently quite distracting – versions of the "Deadpool" star.
In the clip, released on Monday, two young women find it difficult to focus while driving through a fictional town seemingly populated with one Ryan after another.
As Salt-N-Pepa's 1994 hit "Whatta Man" plays in the background, they encounter a cyclist, police officer, construction worker and more ordinary citizens during their visit, all of whom bear a striking resemblance to the 39-year-old actor.
Luckily, the ladies avoid disaster when the vehicle's automatic emergency brakes kick in after they roll past a team of Ryans playing touch football in a nearby yard.
The sudden stop prevents the car from running straight into another Ryan, who might prove the most distracting of all as he walks a pack of adorable pups down the street.
Take another trip to "Ryanville" ("Population:
Yes," according to the welcome sign) during Super Bowl 50, which kicks off
on Sunday, Feb. 7 at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM PT on CBS.
"Deadpool," starring just one Ryan, hits theaters nationwide on Feb. 12.
-- Erin Biglow