Hugh Jackman Slams Ryan Reynolds After Ryan Takes Their Truce Very Seriously

Hugh Jackman Slams Ryan Reynolds After Ryan Takes Their Truce Very Seriously

However, those of us who remained faithful to the pair's hilarious Hatfields and McCoys routine shall now be rewarded, as Jackman has recently broken his sacred vow by creating a savage commercial for Reynold's Aviation Gin.

Jackman explains that the two have declared "a truce" over their recent spats on social media and, as a show of good faith, chose to make commercials for Aviation Gin (owned by Reynolds) and Laughing Man Coffee (owned by Jackman).

Surely Jackman's was just as honest, right?

When Reynolds received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Jackman posted a parody video on Instagram.

"Yeah, we sure did". The heartfelt ad shows children smiling, people happily drinking coffee and Jackman helping a farmer.

"Hugh could be behind such a Hugh-roic company?" Reynolds added. "Hugh guessed it".

"Can a coffee be a superhero", Reynolds asked in a slick, professional-looking and even inspirational coffee advertisement that Reynolds boasted cost $1 million.

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With a concerned look on his face Jackman then says: "I'm not quite ready to show mine yet, let's just cut it there. Go go go. Roll it".

Jackman, on the other hand, poured out an entire bottle of his rival's gin and dissed him for the camera.

The ball is now in Ryan Reynolds court as Hugh Jackman ended their truce and started up what fans hope is a next level Twitter war between the friends. "The gin's pretty great though I'll have to try it someday".

The Aussie star then tips the bottle of gin over, letting it spill out onto the table, never tasting a drop and clearly not putting almost as much effort into this whole thing as his Canadian counterpart did.

Reynolds looked devastated, his hopes of a truce eviscerated by another one of Wolverine's berserker rages, but the damage was already done.

When it was over, the tension was back on, as Reynolds stared in disbelief, while Jackman apologized: 'Sorry man - I didn't think the truce was actually real'.

Watch it all go down in the clip above.