Men Cast Reunion Crashed by Origins Star Ryan Reynolds

Brenda Watkins
June 29, 2020

As part of a fundraising concert hosted by Dwayne Johnson, Hugh Jackman joined up with Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, and Famke Janssen to do a Zoom reunion for the 20th anniversary of X-Men.

The Aussie actor even tried to give the Deadpool star a hint to leave but he was too late, Reynolds was too quick for him.

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.

That was when Sophie Turner and James McAvoy appeared on the screen. Turner stated that she needed to attend a Game of Thrones reunion while McAvoy claimed he forgot about a meeting with the cast of Split. It seems Ryan Reynolds isn't exactly in the know when it comes to what's going on with the stars of X-Men.

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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, almost everyone had left to attend other reunions (for Star Trek and James Bond, for instance) except Reynolds and Jackman. Personally, it would be great to see Reynolds, Jackman, and Schrieber working together again in the future. Which, of course, makes the whole thing an X-Men: Origins reunion and another final guests appears.

Jackman's disappointment only grew as Liev Schreiber (Victor Creed/Sabretooth) jumped on the call, super pumped for an Origins reunion.

Despite the lighthearted nature of the video, Jackman concluded the clip with a heartfelt thank you message to healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus as well as showing his support for the Black Lives Matter movement. On the platform, viewers can learn about issues, take action on what matters most, and join a community committed to social change, with the company believing they can end extreme poverty with the collective actions of Global Citizens across the world.

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