Hugh Jackman once again appears to be the focus of fellow actor Ryan Reynolds' off-kilter sense of humor, with the "Deadpool" star releasing a mock political ad about "The Greatest Showman". So, as Reynolds is so skilled in doing, he's chose to do nothing else but launch a smear campaign against his friend in an effort to convince others as to just why Jackman doesn't deserve the praise he's been getting.
As images of Jackman as Hart are seen, Reynolds claimed in a serious tone that Hugh Jackman isn't even the actor's real name.
The video has been made in the style of a political propaganda video, serving as a 6-second advertisement for Jackman's upcoming movie, The Front Runner.
'But before voting begins, some people should consider these facts.
"It's actually Hugh Michael Jackman", Ryan says in the video, highlighting the birth certificate that appears in the middle of the screen.
And despite a healthy amount of piss-takeage, Reynolds does call Jackman an "amazing actor and nice person" - through all the trolling, the bromance is there.
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A couple hours after Reynolds shared his video online, Jackman took the "high road" and uploaded his own hilarious clip. In the video, he says "think before you vote" - nothing too subtle there, eh?
Ryan Reynolds' trolling days are far from over. It's fitting because Jackman portrays one-time American presidential candidate Gary Hart in the film, which is slated to be released November 21.
Advance word is that Jackman's great in the role, but Reynolds' attack ad says differently... "A lot", the video continues showing a photo of Ryan.
Last year, Jackman decided he would no longer portray Wolverine in the Marvel Comics series.
The Canadian has played Deadpool opposite Hugh before, having debuted a vastly different version of the character in the 2009 movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine.