LOOK: Ryan Reynolds gives out sisig chimichangas to fans

MANILA, Philippines – Deadpool loves chimichangas. Why not pay it forward by giving dozens of them away for free to celebrate the release of his new comic book film? (READ: Movie reviews: What critics think of 'Deadpool')

Several promotional stunts were set up in time for the film’s opening (February 10 in Manila). During the Super Bowl weekend, Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds was spotted giving away free sisig chimichangas from food truck Señor Sisig on Friday night, February 5 (Saturday, February 6 in Manila). He was with his castmate TJ Miller, who plays his character’s best friend, Weasel

Bringing you another great shot of @vancityreynolds @teenagemillionaire and @ajcalloway @extratv talking @deadpoolmovie @theyardsf! Who got one of our 300 free chimichangas?! #deadpoolmovie #extratv A photo posted by Senor Sisig (@senorsisig) on Feb 7, 2016 at 7:26am PST


Ryan Reynolds and TJ Miller giving out some free Senor Sisig chimichangas. #deadpoolmovie #senorsisig A photo posted by Gilster Payumo (@sisiglyfe) on Feb 6, 2016 at 11:13pm PST


Ryan Reynolds at a food truck today handing out FREE chimichangas to promote the Deadpool movie coming out! @deadpoolmovie @vancityreynolds #ryanreynolds #deadpool #movie #sf #chimichangas A photo posted by Cosplay Of Sacramento (@cosplay_of_sacramento) on Feb 6, 2016 at 11:24pm PST




In an episode of the entertainment TV show Extra, Reynolds and Miller took over the Señor Sisig food truck in San Francisco, USA, which serves a fusion of the popular Filipino happy hour snack (or pulutan in Filipino) and Mexican taqueria dishes. One of the food truck’s specialties is their take on the chimichanga, a deep-fried burrito.


Reynolds even insisted at one point to do away with the limit of 1 free chimichanga per guest, and do his job Oprah-style:

@vancityreynolds is a rule-breaker... He says chimichangas for everyone! @deadpoolmovie #ExtraTV A video posted by @extratv on Feb 8, 2016 at 2:00pm PST


The Señor Sisig food truck is owned by Filipino-American entrepreneurs Evan Kidera and Gil Payumo. Their venture was inspired by an heirloom recipe of Payumo’s father from Pampanga. – Rappler.com