“Wondering Why He Didn’t Approve This Take?”: Hugh Jackman Chases Ryan Reynolds In Ad Outtake

“Wondering Why He Didn’t Approve This Take?”: Hugh Jackman Chases Ryan Reynolds In Ad Outtake
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Keenly following the feud between frenemies Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds?

Recently, Jackman and Reynolds combined forces in a witty new ad campaign to promote their products—Aviation Gin by Reynolds, and Laughing Man Coffee by Jackman—for a good cause.

But the Aussie actor has now shared an outtake for the campaign. We’re honestly in agreeance with Jackman, who captioned the video: “Wondering why he didn’t approve this take?”.

It shows the former X-Men star chasing Reynolds off-screen after the latter rants about Jackman.

 

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It’s the latest in what has been an enjoyable show of oneupmanship between the pair over the years, which recently saw them unite to promote Jackman’s ethical coffee brand Laughing Man.

Fresh from winning US trade site Adweek’s top Brand Genius Award for his work with Aviation Gin, Reynolds tells the story of Jackman’s rather cantankerous starts to the mornings.

“This is Hugh Jackman, noted humanitarian,” Reynolds says as footage shows the Aussie actor waking up and throwing his alarm clock at a wall.

The rest of the shots feature Jackman misbehaving, being rude to pets and children and generally brooding while Reynolds sarcastically praises him as a “goodwill ambassador.”

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