Ryan Reynolds Expertly Trolls Hugh Jackman With Spoof Political Attack Ad

Bessie Dean
November 5, 2018

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Oscar® nominee Hugh Jackman stars as the charismatic politician Gary Hart for Academy Award®-nominated director Jason Reitman in the new thrilling drama The Front Runner.

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.

Election season is upon us and Ryan Reynolds is fighting dirty with an attack ad against Hugh Jackman. "But before voting begins, some people should consider these facts", Reynolds says.

Reynolds said while Jackman speaks with a charming accent, he's actually from Milwaukee. The Deadpool alum goes on to say that Hugh is actually from Milwaukee, and doesn't really have an accent.

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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. But definitely see The Front Runner.

In the conclusion of the video, Ryan says, "I'm not Ryan Reynolds, and I approve this message". It's fitting because Jackman portrays one-time American presidential candidate Gary Hart in the film, which is slated to be released November 21. In the Greatest Showman star's response, he is seen walking his dog and picking up his feces, which happened to be on top of a photo of Reynolds as Deadpool.

On Saturday, the "Wolverine" actor seemingly responded to Reynolds' trolling with a video of his own on Twitter.

Reynolds and Jackman played Deadpool and Wolverine, respectively, in the 2009 movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

The 2016 Deadpool reboot was a box office smash however, with their online banter a significant component of the film's unusual publicity campaign.

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