Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds “angry” are the fault of Scarlett Johansson?

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Hugh Jackman finally he explained the reason for their relationship as “aggressive” with Ryan Reynolds and the interesting interactions they have in social networks and even in their movies and it is all due to Scarlett Johansson.

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds “eneamigos”

According to Hugh Jackman, who gives life to Wolverinethe rare relationship with Ryan Reynoldsbegan when the actor who plays Deadpool he was married to Scarlett Johanssonalso known in the genre of superheroes with the role of Black Widow.

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds met on the set of “Wolverine” of 2009, when Jackman began to joke with his colleague about “behaving” because what I was watching as he was married with one of her closest friends, Scarlett Johansson.

  • “We started to talk to us that way and the thing was intensifying with Deadpool, he’s calling me and trying to manipularme through the social networks to do what he wanted.”

Despite the fact that Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson divorced in 2011, the “enmity” with Hugh Jackman continuous, as demonstrated in their latest films, particularly the tapes of Deadpool.

The enmity of Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds

Hugh Jackman revealed that the “enmity” with Ryan Reynolds has gone on for far too long, and already almost did not remember how it began, the curious dynamic that is both enjoyed by your fans.

  • “I try to limit my time planning for the next five hours a day”, he quipped, “because if there are more than five hours of obsession on getting revenge on Ryan, I discovered that it becomes unhealthy. Five hours a day is good, keeps me sharp and ready.”

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The strange but touching friendship between Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds has not ceased to call the attention, since both actors are discussed on social networks and even posts on Instagram of their respective wives.