"SO many timelines", wise-cracks Reynolds, aka Deadpool. Sadly, Hugh made a decision to not play his superhero character anymore after Logan (2017).
But Ryan Reynolds, who was in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, joined the call and things took a bit of a turn - much like numerous X-Men films do.
Despite the others reiterating that the reunion was for X-Men Origins specifically, Reynolds invited James McAvoy and Sophie Turner to join. "It's kind of surreal guys, can you believe it's been 20 years since the first "X-Men" movie?"
But Deadpool is Deadpool. Reynolds, utterly failing to take the hint, replies, "I hear you".
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"Whenever I get that momentum early, I usually don't let it go, so I was pretty proud of myself and how I hung in there early". No doubt with a lot on his mind, it didn't do him much good continuing, as he comfortably missed the halfway cut.
© Getty Soon enough James McAvoy and Sophie Turner, who play younger versions of Professor X and Jean Grey in later X-Men sequels, had also appeared - but Turner left nearly immediately when she joked that she had "thought this was a Game of Thrones reunion".
Each of the actors had an excuse to leave the live chat which saw only Ryan Reynolds remain with Hugh Jackman. Turner stated that she needed to attend a Game of Thrones reunion while McAvoy claimed he forgot about a meeting with the cast of Split. "I actually have a James Bond reunion Zoom now", Janssen said, to which Berry said, "Oh God me too".
Left with just long time feuders Jackman and Reynolds on screen, the Green Lantern star commented, "I guess it's just you and me Logan" to which The Wolverine star responded "I guess so". 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.