Hugh Jackman Has a Message for 'Frenemy' Ryan Reynolds -- Watch!
By Brian Haas
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The hilarious "feud" between X-Men universe stars Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds continues unabated, with Jackman calling his co-star out on Thursday's Good Morning America.
The Logan star, who for two decades has portrayed the X-Men superhero Wolverine, has been locked in a hilarious back-and-forth battle of wits and humor with Reynolds, who plays the meta superhero Deadpool, ever since the two clashed onscreen in 2009 in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Last year, it was Reynolds mocking a photo of Jackman and fans during his trip to China to promote Logan.
"Pretty sure those are protesters," Reynolds said on Twitter.
Prompting Jackman to respond: "Really...Guy ... Really?! @VancityReynolds"
On Thursday, it was Jackman with some playful banter, when asked by GMA's Michael Strahan about Reynolds' joking attempts to rope the Wolverine character into Deadpool 2.
"Yeah, actually I might just have a little message for Ryan," Jackman responded. "Ryan? Hey buddy, how are you, mate? Ryan, I love you, man. I love Deadpool, I can't wait to see the movie. You're one of my best friends, Blake, the fam, the whole thing. But, back it up a little, just play, play a little hard to get. It's too much, it's not sexy."