Hugh Jackman And Jake Gyllenhaal Play Hilarious Prank On Ryan Reynolds
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So, it's about time Ryan Reynolds became the butt of the joke for a change and it was in the most simple, yet brilliant, of ways.
It's something we've all done before - tell your pal there's a theme to the evening. On this occasion - Christmas jumper party.
Reynolds, 42, seemed less than impressed (and decorated as some sort of Christmas present, we may add) while a casually dressed Jackman and Gyllenhaal are in stitches at their festive-themed prank.
These assholes told me it was a sweater party. @RealHughJackman #JakeGyllenhaal pic.twitter.com/qGLa2a2o0Z
- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) December 21, 2018
Reynolds and Jackman have a long-running feud / bantz. It all got started back in April when Jackman tweeted a video of himself trying to post a birthday message to somebody from a hotel room.
The problem was that Deadpool himself was lying on the bed behind and made it pretty difficult...
This came after Reynolds trolled Hugh's wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, because it isn't only his own wife he likes to burn on a regular basis.
Jackman was posting a message to commemorate their 22nd anniversary. It was beautiful, he spoke about how Deborra and their children are the 'greatest gift'.
Reynolds ruined the mood by tweeting in response: "I gave this 3 months. Tops. I was wrong."
I gave this 3 months. Tops. I was wrong. https://t.co/gxXSdACQ1X
- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 11, 2018
Jackman started to get his own back in November and it was pretty brutal as well.
He was out walking his French bulldog, Dali, in New York when the pooch took a toilet break, doing his business on a photo of Ryan Reynolds in his Deadpool attire.
People love the banter between the pair. One fan wrote: "You two are freaking hilarious."
Another added: "Brilliant! You two are two of the nicest, funniest and I suspect, truly humble guys in the business.... And your antics are hilarious."
With a third commenting: "oh you two... #bromance"
What's next then, lads?