Gloves come off in an artificial feud between Deadpool and Wolverine.
On the eve of today's (November 6th) monumental mid-term elections, Ryan Reynolds fired an “attack” against Hugh Jackman, accusing him of being a “fake foreigner” from Milwaukee and “added unemployment” by withdrawing from his role as Wolverine. Fake Ad – The Game on Jackman's Last Turn Frontrunner, a biography of the former Colorado State Senator Gary Hart, who was forced to withdraw from the 1988 presidential election, when he was seized while having a job.
The role has already begun to collect Oscar's buzz for Jackman – something like Reynolds did not like. Reynolds accuses Jackman of using a pseudonym ("this is Hugh Michael Jackman ") and pretending to be his" charming "Australian accent. Then he asks:" Is this type of amazing actor and pleasant person you want to deliver a preaching liberal speech this season? Or maybe there is a real foreigner from a border country who really likes … lot.
However, Reynolds did not get the last word. Jackman responded by taking the “high road.” He sent a video of his French bulldog Dali, doing his job in a photograph of a Canadian star.
Both actors — both marquee names in their own Marvel franchises — are not strangers to troll each other. They playfully ribbed each other for years. Reynolds roasted Jackman, interviewing him for this film in 2016 Eddie eagle and Jackman responded by encouraging fans to pee on a new Reynolds star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2017, Reynolds answered Jackman's photo posing with fans at the Beijing Premiere logan with "Pretty sure it is the protesters." And in May of this year, Jackman addressed him with the insistence of Reynolds. Good morning america saying: “Play a little hard. It is too much, it is not sexy.
Reynolds’s wife, Blake Lively, even joined in the fun, responding to a photo of the couple: “Is the extra distance between you to convince me that you DO NOT love him more than me? Nice try.