Hugh Jackman Gets the Last Laugh Over Ryan Reynolds in Online Feud

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Reynolds shared a photo of his misery on Instagram, alongside the caption: "These f*cking assholes said it was a sweater party".

Serial jokester Reynolds flipped the switch hard, sharing a truly touching commercial showing off the loving care poured into Laughing Man at the flagship café in New York City, as well as the global communities both Jackman and the brand supports in creating the product.

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are back at it again.

Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds and Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman recently called a truce to their war on social media and even created commercials for each other. In the clip, Reynolds says in a voiceover, "Can a cup of coffee be a superhero?"

Reynolds quips that the spot cost $1 million to produce and that he's eager to see what his friend has come up with for Aviation Gin.

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He said: 'Hugh could be behind such a Hugh-roic company? The heartfelt ad shows children smiling, people happily drinking coffee and Jackman helping a farmer. "I'm not quite ready to show mine yet", Jackman told Reynolds and he replied, "Let's just roll it". It's been delicious to watch them taking catty Twitter shots at each other, including when Reynolds claimed that Jackman was surrounded by "protesters" rather than by adoring fans during a 2017 Beijing press tour.

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman decided to make ads for one another to make up for all the insults that have flown around on Twitter. Well, looks like the feud is back on, folks. He then pauses for a bit and looks up at the ceiling and then says "the gin is pretty great though".

Jackman then opens the bottle and lays it on its side on the table, letting the gin flow out of the bottle onto the table.

Since that time, Jackman and Reynolds, who co-starred in X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009, have continued their public trolling and found ways to poke fun at the other on social media. When pressed, Jackman rolls the ad, which sees him sitting in a very fancy, leather-clad room with the actor in a nice suit, sitting in a chair to discuss Aviation Gin.

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