Ryan Reynolds hilariously crashes X-Men cast reunion

Well, that didn't stop Ryan Reynolds from trying to join a special reunion of the X-Men cast. Hugh told Halle Berry (Storm), Patrick Stewart (Professor X), and Fameke Janssen (Jean Grey). It was none other than Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds.

Suddenly a mysterious ringing began and who should pop up on screen but Ryan Reynolds, who isn't part of the original X-Men cast but stars in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine as Wade Wilson / Weapon XI.

"Honestly it's kind of surreal you guys, I can't believe it's been 20 years since the first X-Men movie", Hugh said, just before Ryan popped up on the screen.

Ryan Reynolds has been playing the role of the lovable and violent Deadpool for a few years now, and his is technically a part of the X-Men film franchise.

After James McAvoy and Sophie Turner both enter the chat, Reynolds makes a remark about the multiple timelines and then adds "It's just like the X-Men movies".

In a YouTube video for Global Citizen, Jackman hopped on a call with his former castmates Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, and Famke Janssen.


Soon, almost everyone had left to attend other reunions (for Star Trek and James Bond, for instance) except Reynolds and Jackman.

Left with just long time feuders Jackman and Reynolds on screen, the Green Lantern star commented, "I guess it's just you and me Logan" to which The Wolverine star responded "I guess so".

Soon, the other X-Men stars started giving excuses to leave the live stream. Personally, it would be great to see Reynolds, Jackman, and Schrieber working together again in the future.

What did you think of the reunion? They were quick to remind him that his movie was the much-maligned X-Men Origins, which is often lampooned for its lackluster depiction of Deadpool.

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