Here's a tweet exchange which will make you ROFL:
Pretty sure those are protesters. https://t.co/URNGDCg0cO? Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 5, 2017
Really...Guy ... Really?!@VancityReynolds https://t.co/HL0bv16rhC? Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) March 5, 2017
As Deadpool, Ryan sends up Hugh Jackman in No Good Deed, the Deadpool 2 short, doing a pretty fair imitation of his Australian accent.
Last year, Hugh Jackman took a jibe at Ryan Reynolds when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He posted this video on Twitter in which he pretended to be Ryan Reynolds (using a cardboard cut-out) and said: "Ryan Reynolds here, how could a guy who failed his high school drama class be this talented? I have no answer for that. But to quote my favourite actor, in the world, the great Australian Hugh Jackman, who, by the way, was People's sexiest man alive way before me, Americans are the most generous country on the planet."
Deadpool was the first standalone film starring the superhero in the X-Men series and released to great acclaim last year.
Meanwhile, Logan is dominating the box office scenario worldwide. The film released on March 3 and collected a whopping $88.4 million over the weekend, reports news agency AFP. In Logan, Hugh Jackman stars as Wolverine one last time. Logan is the actor's 13th outing in the X-Men series, which began in 2000 and has so far made $4.4 billion in box office revenue, according to AFP.
In Logan, an ageing and creaky Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) comes out of hiding to save a young mutant girl (played by Dafne Keen) whose powers are much like his own. Logan is directed by James Mangold and also stars Patrick Stewart and Boyd Holbrook.