Just when we thought that the faux feud between Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds was over, we learned that Jackman blamed Reynolds for bleeding during a live show.
There might be no end to the witty banter between Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds. The men have been going at it ever since Reynolds starting pushing for Jackman to show up as Wolverine in the Deadpool films. Even though Jackman refused, they've been trolling each other in various ways ever since. Most recently, Jackman decided to blame Reynolds for an onstage injury during one of his live shows. Even though his days of playing the role of the Wolverine is over, Jackman is currently returning to his song and dance roots on a world tour. Apparently, he was pretending to be Wolverine during a show and cut himself.
Taking it to Instagram, Jackman wrote, "The first time I’ve played Wolverine… and actually bled. Clearly, it’s @vancityreynolds fault." To this, Reynolds replied, saying, "I just don’t think you’ve been practicing enough. ⚔️." Going by the comments of this post, Jackman often references Wolverine and Reynolds in the show, but last night’s performance saw him actually pretending to be the character. During the bit, he reportedly cut his hand on a cymbal. A large number of their fans commented on this witty and funny post, where most of them pleaded Jackman to return to the character he played for 17 years.
One person wrote, "Dont do that....Dont give us hope!!!!". Another one added, "WOLVERINE COME BACK TO US." A third one added, "Don't play with us like that, we still miss Mr. Logan, you are the one and ONLY Wolverine for us." A fourth one quipped saying, "Soooo you are Wolverine again? In the next Deadpool? Is that what you are saying Hugh!!!". After Disney has merged with Fox, it’s unlikely a team-up between the actors' Marvel characters will ever occur, and it has become more true now that Dark Phoenix has been released, closing the 20-year-long X-Men movie franchise.
The Deadpool movie series is expected to continue but it’s currently unclear about how it will work in relation to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.