Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman Pause ‘Feud’ at ‘Adam Project’ Premiere

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For once, Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds have some nice things to say to each other at the premiere of Reynolds’ latest film, The Adam Project. The couple worked on the film together X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009, and since then Reynolds has been campaigning for Jackman to make an appearance in a Deadpool movie, leading to a fake feud between the two internet-loving actors.

The ongoing ‘feud’ has included the actors pranking each other, being ‘mean’ to each other on social media, and has even included Reynolds in numerous humorous references to both Jackman and his character MCU, Wolverine, in both dead Pool and Deadpool 2. Reynolds is the master of the social media feud, as his victims also include Jake Gyllenhaal and his own wife Blake Lively, both of whom are up to his task.

Of course, the actors like each other a lot, and it’s a lot of fun, as seen when Jackman attended the premiere of The Adam Project. Reynold took to Instagram to thank Jackman for his support and friendship, “Friends show up. And this guy shows up. Time and time again.” Jackman then shared the post on his Stories to add, “This movie is for the whole family. So get the popcorn ready, get cozy, and make it a night out! March 11th on @netflix.


the Project Adam sees Reynolds’ character travel back in time to ask his younger self, played by newcomer Walker Scobell, to help find his father, played by Mark Ruffalo. The film is meant to have a distinct 80s feel, similar to classic family films of the era such as HEY and The Goonies, according to Reynolds. With stranger things director Shawn Levy at the helm, it should be a feast of nostalgia for viewers.

The Adam Project will be available to stream on Netflix on March 11.

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