Ryan Reynolds has always had a sharp sense of humor, and his role as 'Deadpool' only seems to have heightened it.
The 42-year-old actor got back to his tricks again as he poked fun at Hugh Jackman, most famous for portraying X-Men character, Wolverine.
Reynolds made a fake political ad to make fun of Jackman's role in 'The Frontrunner'.
Read about it here.
Reynolds' tweet parodies how Jackman is a frontrunner for 2018 awards season and wants people to know his real name, 'Hugh Michael Jackman'.
The video refers to him being from Milwaukee and how he caused unemployment by forsaking Wolverine's role.
It ends in a compliment asking, "Is this the type of amazing and nice person we want delivering a preachy liberal speech this award season?"
How well do you really know @RealHughJackman? pic.twitter.com/cV0W7C4LE3— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) November 2, 2018
How well do you really know @RealHughJackman? pic.twitter.com/cV0W7C4LE3
Reynolds and Jackman shared screen space in 'X-Men Origins' and comic fans know Deadpool always makes fun of Wolverine.
It is unsurprising Reynolds carried on this banter off-screen. However, the actors are on good terms, as Reynold's tweet urged people to watch 'The Frontrunner'.
Notably, the film about Gary Hart, former senator turned Democratic frontrunner during the 1988 presidential election, releases on November 21.
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