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Ryan Reynolds Has Been Avoiding Hugh Jackman’s Challenge

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Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds are at it again, everyone. The two Marvel stars simply can’t get enough of trolling each other whenever they can. Well, what’s the scenario this time? It involves a certain someone’s upcoming trek.

Hitting A Venue Near You

Before 2018 ended, Jackman revealed plans to embark on his first ever world tour. He doesn’t have a brand new album coming out, though. The actor will be performing a plethora of Broadway tunes each night. As expected, a good bulk of that tour will include music from Les Misérables and The Greatest ShowmanLes Misérables earned Jackman his first ever Oscar nomination.

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On Twitter, Jackman and Reynolds had a back and forth tussle before Reynolds jokingly stated, “I’ll never forget how much I mean to you.” Jackman decided to pin Reynolds to the corner by asking, “While I look for my violin … perhaps you’d like to answer my challenge?!”

Sing For Your Supper

What challenge is Jackman talking about anyway? Well, it surrounds Reynolds wanting Jackman for that Wolverine/Deadpool movie. The actor has been begging Jackman to reprise his Wolverine role one last time. While Jackman stated that Logan is his final Wolverine film, an Avengers team up would’ve kept him around. “If that was on the table when I made my decision, it certainly would have made me pause. That’s for sure,” he told ScreenRant.

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In order for Jackman to consider returning, Reynolds has to audition for his world tour. Reynolds has a bit of history with singing. Earlier this year, he sang “Tomorrow” from Annie while dressed as a unicorn for a Korean TV show.

Let’s Get Animated

Before heading out on tour, Jackman will be busy promoting his forthcoming film Missing Link. The stop-motion animated film, which comes out on April 12, will also feature Zoe Saldana and Zach Galifianakis.

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So will Reynolds finally give in and audition to go on tour with his friend? Whether he’s on tour or not, Reynolds will be promoting Detective Pikachu, which drops on May 10.

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