Thursday, 02 July, 2020

Men cast reunite with nod to Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman 'feud'

Ryan Reynolds crashes original X-Men's virtual reunion with Hugh Jackman Halle Berry Patrick Stewart and Famke Jansson Ryan Reynolds Crashes Original 'X-Men' Cast's Virtual Reunion Featuring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, & More – Watch!
Adrian Cunningham | 29 June, 2020, 23:56

Well, that didn't stop Ryan Reynolds from trying to join a special reunion of the X-Men cast.

The star cast of the original "X-Men" film had a virtual meeting on Saturday, and actor Ryan Reynolds crashed the reunion, with a few other stars who had appeared in subsequent sequels of the franchise. X-Men only left us with a hint of what would happen between Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman's characters.

Hugh Jackman, Sir Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Ryan Reynolds, James McAvoy, Sophie Turner, Liev Schreiber, and Famke Janssen reunited to celebrate the heroic acts of healthcare and other essential workers and everyday superheroes.

"Honestly it's kind of surreal you guys, I can't believe it's been 20 years since the first X-Men movie", began the 51-year-old. For the unversed, the Canadian star appeared in the franchise in 2009, starring in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

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It's awesome to think that 20 years ago the cinematic world was introduced the X-Men universe and to celebrate, the cast of the original film gathered for a Zoom reunion call to support Global Citizen's Global Goal: Unite for Our Future...only to be crashed by Origins: Wolverine star Ryan Reynolds and other prequel stars.

He then brings in James McAvoy (the current/past Professor X) and Sophie Turner (the current/past Jean Grey) to the Zoom chat.

© 20th Century Fox Hugh Jackman as shocked Wolverine "That fell apart quickly", Reynolds said to a disappointed looking Jackman, who he has long had a jokey "feud" with.

"Split reunion", James added whereas Patick Stewart said, "Star Trek". 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. "You know what that makes this a reunion for?"