Watch Here: Ryan Reynolds Goes After Hugh Jackman in Mock Political Ad

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman have been trolling each other for months

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman have been trolling each other for months

The man is one of the best at trolling his fellow celebs and he holds back for absolutely no one - including his own wife.

Can we just replace the usual award season campaigns with Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman launching spoof attack ads at each other? The film follows the rise and fall of Senator Hart, who captured the imagination of young voters and was considered the overwhelming front runner for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination when his campaign was sidelined by the story of an extramarital relationship with Donna Rice.

"Hugh Jackman's upcoming performance in The Front Runner has fooled some people into thinking he deserves an award", Reynold said in a voiceover.

Only time will tell how Jackman responds to these startling allegations.

"Hugh Jackman isn't his real name, it's Hugh Michael Jackman", the ad charged. "But before voting begins, some people should consider these facts", Reynolds says in the comedic clip.

He also makes at the piss out of Jackman hanging up his claws as Wolverine, saying that his pal "walked off the job. adding to unemployment".

"Think before you vote".

In the conclusion of the video, Ryan says, "I'm not Ryan Reynolds, and I approve this message".

Advance word is that Jackman's great in the role, but Reynolds' attack ad says differently...

He goes on to suggest that his Deadpool role is much more deserving of a statue than Hugh Jackman, adding: "Is this type of fantastic actor and nice person we want delivering a preachy liberal speech this awards season? A lot", the video continues showing a photo of Ryan.

'HIGH ROAD, ' the tweet's caption read.

The 50-year-old Aussie revealed that Reynolds urged him to star in a crossover Deadpool-Wolverine film.

This isn't the first time that the two have taken their bromance public.

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