Ryan Reynolds checks in on Wrexham team in Las Vegas to make sure they’re ‘still alive’
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Ryan Reynolds has checked in on the Wrexham lads in Vegas – you know, just to make sure they’re ‘still alive’ and all that.
There's only one rule for this trip, and that's for the players to leave their cards at home because their A-List bosses will be picking up the bill. Dangerous, eh?
Team captain Ben Tozer has admitted the celebrations since their promotion have been 'absolute chaos', but 'so enjoyable'.
And it doesn’t look like things have calmed down in Vegas, where they received a heroes welcome at the Hakkasan nightclub in Vegas.
Striker Paul Mullin - who scored a staggering 47 goals during the 2022/2023 season - admitted he was worried he might actually die as a result of all the partying, telling GQ ahead of the trip: "It became a thing where if we won the league, we’d get a holiday. So we’re off to Vegas.
"Ryan and Rob told us to leave our cards at home, they're sorting the lot. They sent us a full itinerary just now.
"Part of me doesn’t want to go, I might be dead by the end of it. But I’d never go to Vegas by me own accord, so I’m buzzing for it."
And it seems this is also a pretty real fear for Reynolds, who has had to check in on them to check they’re ‘still alive’.
A screenshot of a video call between striker Ollie Palmer and his famous boss was posted on Instagram, with the caption: “@vancityreynolds checking in this morning to see if his boys are still alive.”
In the picture, Palmer is grinning as he relaxes in bed topless, while Reynolds stares down the camera with the look of defeated concern parents often have when they know they’re ultimately powerless.
Reynolds also posted a snap he’d been sent of Elliot Lee and Paul Mullin with DJ Pauly D, joking: "Next year, they're going on a five day meditation retreat in the Faroe Islands."
Yesterday, the partying players were also joined by McElhenney and wife Kaitlin Olson - who he stars alongside in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Posting a snap with the pair, Palmer wrote: "I want a 15 year deal for free."
Tozer previously said he planned to return home for some much-needed 'family time' after the Vegas trip.
“We got our schedule yesterday for the off-season which is a few weeks’ rest so after Vegas, back down to earth, because we crave that family time during the season," he said.
"Then we’ll get fit and go again."