The video, "paid for by not Ryan Reynolds", asks awards voters to consider "facts" about Jackman before they judge his performance in new movie "The Front Runner". So, as Reynolds is so skilled in doing, he's made a decision to do nothing else but launch a smear campaign against his friend in an effort to convince others as to just why Jackman doesn't deserve the praise he's been getting.
It's actually "Hugh Michael Jackman", the video says, as a birth document highlighting the actor's middle name appears on the screen.
By Reynolds' reckoning, Jackman "has fooled some people into thinking he deserves an award".
Reynolds said while Jackman speaks with a charming accent, he's actually from Milwaukee.
Ryan goes on to say that perhaps Hugh isn't the right actor to give a "preachy liberal speech" at the awards ceremony this season.
'Or maybe there's a real foreigner from a bordering country who would really love it.a lot?'
Mujer que acusó a Kavanaugh de violarla reconoce que mintió
Y, de hecho, la identidad de la mujer no llegó a trascender a la opinión pública. Al respecto, el Presidente Trump reprochó las acusaciones falsas de la mujer .
A couple hours after Reynolds shared his video online, Jackman took the "high road" and uploaded his own hilarious clip.
The parody, released on social media, on Friday, runs for just over 40 seconds and talks about Jackman's latest movie, "The Front Runner", in which he portrays onetime presidential candidate Gary Hart.
The Australian actor shared an Instagram video showing him scoop his dog's poop from a photo of Reynolds as Deadpool. In May, Reynolds turned up to Jackman's NY coffee shop, while the Wolverine actor was hiring.
In April, Jackman released a video on Twitter of himself trying to wish someone happy birthday as Reynolds, dressed as Deadpool, sings the song Tomorrow from the musical Annie while lying in bed in the background.
The 50-year-old Aussie revealed that Reynolds urged him to star in a crossover Deadpool-Wolverine film.