Deadpool Hilariously Trolls Hugh Jackman During Birthday Message

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The comic book character, played by Ryan Reynolds, appears in the background lying on a bed as Jackman speaks into the camera.

The Wolverine actor posted a video on social media which was supposed to be a "Happy Birthday" video for a fan, but Hugh Jackman was interrupted by none other than Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool.

That's because Deadpool/Reynolds - who knows which one is in control at the moment - was singing "Tomorrow" (a show tune from the musical Annie) behind him, interrupting his train of thought. An annoyed Jackman tries continuing with his birthday message, but then Deadpool launches into "Who Let the Dogs Out?". He later joins in on Deadpool's antics.

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Jackman, in a tweet now going viral, lightheartedly dubbed Reynolds "the least greatest showman". The voice makes it clear that it's definitely Reynolds in his suit.

There's no need to worry about equality in these interactions, Jackman has also trolled Reynolds pretty hard online. Of course, Jackman insists he has hung up Wolverine's claws for good after enjoying arguably the flawless send-off in Logan. However, it turned out that the video was not the only one featuring them together. Unfortunately, that version of the character was widely criticized and the movie was also panned.

Jackman sort of made a cameo in 2016's Deadpool, in which Reynolds' Wade Wilson wears a cutout of his People's "Sexiest Man Alive" cover, and rumors persisted that the Merc With a Mouth might appear a year ago in a post-credits scene for Logan. The Russo Brothers in fact have said they wished they could have included Wolverine in Avengers: Infinity War.