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Deadpool Star Ryan Reynolds Savagely Trolls Hugh Jackman With Hilarious Video

Deadpool Star Ryan Reynolds Savagely Trolls Hugh Jackman With Hilarious Video

Reynolds has been dying to get his bestie to put on the torn vest one last time to star alongside his Marvel character Deadpool - something he should definitely do, just imagine the on-screen chemistry - but, unfortunately it's a request Jackman continues to deny.

Flipping the theme of the film, in which Jackman plays 1988 presidential candidate Gary Hart, Ryan Reynolds creates a political ad in which he alleges that Hugh Jackman's Australian accent isn't even real, reviving his favorite rumor that Hugh is actually a product of Milwaukee.

By Reynolds' reckoning, Jackman "has fooled some people into thinking he deserves an award".

Hugh Jackman once again appears to be the focus of fellow actor Ryan Reynolds' off-kilter sense of humor, with the "Deadpool" star releasing a mock political ad about "The Greatest Showman". "But before voting begins, some people should consider these facts", Reynolds says. The Deadpool alum goes on to say that Hugh is actually from Milwaukee, and doesn't really have an accent. It's fitting because Jackman portrays one-time American presidential candidate Gary Hart in the film, which is slated to be released November 21.

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Jackman responded with his own social media jab at Reynolds.

"Is this the type of wonderful actor and nice person we want delivering a preachy liberal speech this award season?" the video says.

He posted a video on his Twitter account showing his dog defecating on a photo of Reynolds.

In April, Jackman released a video on Twitter of himself trying to wish someone happy birthday as Reynolds, dressed as Deadpool, sings the song Tomorrow from the musical Annie while lying in bed in the background. High voice or not, Beckham has a lot of lady fans, due, in part, to his modeling campaign with the company, H & M. Deadpool didn't care, however.