Ryan Reynolds Crashes Original X-Men Cast’s Zoom Reunion And Makes It Very Awkward

Ryan Reynolds, who’s well-known for playing Deadpool, recently crashed an X-Men cast reunion on Zoom and it was very awkward.

The original cast of the first X-Men movies were having a nice little reunion chat on Zoom.

However, everything was made rather awkward when this Zoom reunion was crashed by Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds.

He ended up upsetting the whole vibe and made the likes of Patrick Stewart and Huge Jackman very uncomfortable.

After Reynolds crashed the Zoom reunion, he then claimed that he thought it was a whole X-Men cast reunion.

He didn’t seem to realise that it was just for the OG cast members.

This was when the Zoom meeting was also crashed by James McAvoy and Sophie Turner.

They were in the later X-Men movies, and the whole thing became a little bit stinted.

Ryan Reynolds crashed an X-Men cast reunion on Zoom

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Then the original cast quickly left the Zoom meeting one by one.

What was rather amusing about this Zoom reunion to me was that there was a window for Sir Ian McKellen.

McKellen play Magneto in the X-Men movies, but he was obviously too busy to really join since it was just a picture of him as Magneto.

Towards the end of the Zoom meeting, Sophie Turner claimed that she thought it was a Game of Thrones reunion.

I also liked Reynolds’ joke that he thought it was a reunion of the movie X-Men: Origins.

Origins is by far and away the worst ever X-Men movie, and that was the movie in which Reynolds first played Deadpool.

He seems to love making fun of that film, but it almost stopped him from ever getting to play Deadpool again.

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