Ryan Reynolds crashes the 'X-Men' charity reunion

Ryan Reynolds crashes the 'X-Men' charity reunion

"Honestly it's kind of surreal you guys, can you believe it's been 20 years since the first X-Men movie?"

Everyone might be in quarantine right now but that hasn't stopped Ryan Reynolds from trying to reunite with Hugh Jackman.

The clip ends with Reynolds and Jackman - who have been having a amusing feud for some time, even making its way into the Deadpool movies - the only ones left Zooming.

As part of the Global Citizen: Unite For Our Future benefit concert, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Famke Janssen and Patrick Stewart came together on a video call.

Ryan Reynolds just loves messing with Hugh Jackman!

"It's just like the X-Men movies.it doesn't matter", Reynolds replied, alluding to the complicated timelines of the Fox-produced Marvel films.

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Sophie Turner and James McAvoy, both from X-Men: Dark Phoenix, appeared and quickly left, along with most of the other reunion members. It was none other than Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds.

Making an excuse to leave, Janssen said, "I actually have a James Bond reunion Zoom now", to which Berry chimed in, "Oh God me too". Soon, McAvoy claimed he had to attend a "Split" reunion, while Stewart cited "Star Trek".

Ryan Reynolds once again pranks Hugh Jackman.

Of course, that was the plan all along and it's all just an elaborate joke, but that makes what happens next even better.

Jackman's disappointment only grew as Liev Schreiber (Victor Creed/Sabretooth) jumped on the call, super pumped for an Origins reunion. They were quick to remind him that his movie was the much-maligned X-Men Origins, which is often lampooned for its lackluster depiction of Deadpool.

"Sometime in the not too distant future the hard work of every global citizen will bring about a healthier, safer, more equitable world", he said.

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