Watch Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Crash 'X-Men' Coronavirus Benefit Reunion

Ryan Reynolds crashes original X-Men's virtual reunion with Hugh Jackman Halle Berry Patrick Stewart and Famke Jansson

Addressing a hapless Jackman, Reynolds then said: Just you and me, Logan.

As Jackman, Halle Berry, Famke Janssen and Patrick Stewart began to reminisce and comment on how each appeared to be doing, the group were surprised by the appearance of an unexpected guest. That's because Ryan Reynolds recently crashed a virtual gathering of original X-Men actors, who were celebrating the first movie's 20th anniversary.

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.

Forever the thorn in Hugh Jackman's side, Ryan Reynolds turned up to crash the event, which was part of the Global Goal: Unite For Our Future fundraiser.

That was when Sophie Turner and James McAvoy appeared on screen.

"Oh, sorry, I thought this was the Game of Thrones reunion", Turner said after joining, before quickly leaving the chat. Halle responded, "Oh God me too", as she signed off.


At the end, only Ryan and Hugh were left. Soon, McAvoy claimed he had to attend a "Split" reunion, while Stewart cited "Star Trek".

The clip ends with Reynolds and Jackman - who have been having a amusing feud for some time, even making its way into the Deadpool movies - the only ones left Zooming.

He didn't even need to answer as Liev Schreiber, who played Victor Creed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, popped up on screen to answer, "X-Men Origins reunite!" - leading Jackman to hang his head in despair.

What did you think of the reunion?

Of course the entire video was choreographed and made for fun but it was created in support of "all the true superheroes fighting for a safer, healthier, more equitable world" and was aired as part of the Global Citizen: Unite For Our Future concert. "To all the first responders, essential workers and those fighting for racial justice: I stand in awe of your efforts this year and I stand with you".

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