Deadpool Trolls Hugh Jackman With Heartbreaking 10 Year Challenge Tweet
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The #10YearChallenge has been ALL OVER our social media feeds lately, but while most of the entries are mildly interesting at best, other people are getting a little more creative with the trend.
Take Deadpool, for example, the Merc with a Mouth who's decided to get in on the action by taking a stab at Hugh Jackman. Again.
Jackman's been stuck in an ongoing trolling war with Ryan Reynolds and his superhero alter-ego, Deadpool, ever since they starred in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie together - but this latest move is particularly savage.
Hey @RealHughJackman, took care of your "Ten Year Challenge" for you. pic.twitter.com/pQZq1dfvPr
- Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) January 18, 2019
Yup, that second picture isn't quite the glow-up we're used to with this challenge. Quite the opposite, I'd say.
One fan tweeted: "It's still too soon."
A second wrote: "That was rough. That was just like a bottle of salt spilled straight in one eye ROUGH."
"Why would you do that?!!" another commented, adding a broken heart emoji.
"Thanks for ripping my heart out," someone else wrote.
Many others said the tweet was 'savage AF' or 'so sad'.
By the looks of things, Jackman's yet to fire any shots back, but it's surely only a matter of time, given that he and Reynolds are constantly making light-hearted digs at each other.
There was the time Jackman called out Reynolds for trying too hard on live TV, having asked if he could give a shout-out to a friend while appearing on Good Morning America.
Or the time Reynolds gatecrashed Jackman's touching, heartfelt message to his wife, expertly lowering that sentimtal tone:
I gave this 3 months. Tops. I was wrong. https://t.co/gxXSdACQ1X
- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 11, 2018
Even John Krasinski got involved, tweeting a photo of Jackman with his wife, Emily Blunt, at a Variety Actors on Actors event, writing: "Eeeeeeasy Hugh... not sure this is what @Variety meant with #ActorsonActors....Don't make me think I can hurt you."
Eeeeeeasy Hugh... not sure this is what @Variety meant with #ActorsonActors....Don't make me think I can hurt you. pic.twitter.com/cL8PUWhHqq
- John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) November 18, 2018
Then up popped Reynolds, who wrote: "This is a call to action. This man must be stopped."
C'mon Wolverine, your move...