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Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and X-Men's Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman have put aside their differences once again, with the 'enemies' both featuring in a brilliant new advert for Jackman's coffee company Laughing Man Coffee.
Jackman has a reputation for being an all-round nice guy, so Reynolds has decided to jokingly burst that bubble and 'reveal' that the Greatest Showman star is actually a nightmare before he's had his morning coffee.
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Jackman shared Laughing Man's latest advert on Twitter this week, calling it "An honest glimpse into a day in my life", and it's certainly a surprise for fans of the good-natured actor.
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The clip, narrated by Reynolds, shows Jackman waking up and throwing his alarm clock across the room in a rage, before the "noted humanitarian" and "goodwill ambassador" shouts at some kids outside his window to "shut up" and tells his own dog to "go walk yourself".
But it's a different story after the actor has had his morning Laughing Man coffee as once he's taken a sip he's full of smiles and hugs, with Reynolds declaring that the product "brews the exceptional flavour that is 100% responsible for the Hugh Jackman we know and love".
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Reynolds shared the ad on his own Twitter account and had to get a little dig in at Jackman's expense too, writing, "You sleep with the wig on?"
The ad is the latest development in the pair's long-running tongue-in-cheek 'feud', withfor his X-Men co-stars.
You sleep with the wig on?— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds)
Reynolds also trolled Jackman on his wedding anniversary in April after he shared a photo of himself with his wife, while Jackman insulted Reynolds in an advert they made together last year.
Earlier this year they put aside their 'feud' for "one day only" for a good cause as they got involved in a challenge for charity but of course they were soon back to it.
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Reynolds has even made fun of Jackman and his Wolverine character in his Deadpool movies, cementing the rivalry in movie history.
Jackman recently responded to the idea that he and Reynolds could co-star in a remake of 1997 movie Face/Off, which sees two sworn enemies (played by John Travolta and Nicolas Cage in the original) swap faces.
Jackman responded to the suggestion by asking: "Is it possible to shoot it where we are actually never together? Is that possible?"
The pair's brilliant 'feud' has been going on for years and it doesn't look like they're ready to stop just yet...
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