Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds have a blast at the 'Deadpool & Wolverine' press tour


Hugh Jackman (right) and Ryan Reynolds (left) pose during a red carpet event to promote their new movie 'Deadpool & Wolverine' in Seoul on July 4, 2024.


“What kind of a job is this?” Ryan Reynolds asked recently on Instagram, in reference to his current promotional tour to promote his upcoming movie “Deadpool & Wolverine.” Opinions, our thoughts exactly.

Reynolds, who will be playing Wade Wilson aka Deadpool on the silver screen for the fourth time in the sequel, recently visited Shanghai, China and Seoul, South Korea with his co-star Hugh Jackman (also known as Logan/Wolverine) and their director Shawn Levy.

Highlights of their adventure include giant blow-up dolls, an impromptu baseball game, meeting a K-pop boyband, and a water gun fight in front of a huge crowd.

On Friday, Reynolds posted several photos on his verified Instagram from the Waterbomb Festival in Korea, which was held on a stage and showed both stars getting drenched.

In the caption, the “Proposal” actor called the celebration “the best, most ecstatic mix of K-pop, water-fights, dance, and fun.”

“Promoting a movie is supposed to be work, but Marvel is paying us to go on the biggest vacation of our lives,” he added. “Someone over there is going to get fired. Probably Kevin Feige.”

Throughout the film, both Jackman and Reynolds maintain their sharp banter toward one another, and (to an extent) their cheerful faux-enemies relationship, which hides a genuine bromance-type bond (they’ve actually known each other for over a decade, ever since they starred together in 2009’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” in which Reynolds debuted the somewhat awkward Deadpool).

Jackman also reposted a Story from Instagram user avengergram, who captioned a photo of toy figurines of the main duo, “Seeing all the 'Deadpool and Wolverine' press tour posts is like watching a romantic comedy.”

Next stop for this awesome superhero group is Berlin, Germany.

“Deadpool & Wolverine” arrives in theaters July 26.

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