Hugh Jackman Threatened Ryan Reynolds with $610M Suit for Infringing his Intellectual Property and “Pain and suffering”

Hugh Jackman Pranks to Sue Reynolds for Infringing on his Intellectual Property

Hugh Jackman Threatened Ryan Reynolds with $610M Suit for Infringing his Intellectual Property and "Pain and suffering"


  • Fans adore Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds' friendship as they never leave an opportunity to prank each other.
  • Hugh Jackman pranks Ryan Reynolds to sue him for $610 Million for misusing his likeness as well as pain and suffering.
  • Fans loved Hugh Jackman for trolling Ryan Reynolds as they had a laugh on social media.
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Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds became great friends after they worked together in the 2009 film, X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Their friendship has gained immense love and recognition from the fans as the two actors always poke fun at each other, and have been showcasing a fake feud ever since. Jackman and Reynolds would not miss an opportunity to poke fun at each other, whether it is a live interview or simply roasting them on social media, fans always get a laugh over their fake rivalry.

Hugh Jackman
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine

However, it looks like Hugh Jackman has decided to take their comically vicious pranks to the next level, as he decides to troll Ryan Reynolds by suing for $610 million because he misused his traits. This was another one of their classic pranks, that got hilarious reactions from the fans, as they continued to wait to watch them together in Deadpool 3.

Hugh Jackman Jokingly Sues Ryan Reynolds for $610 Million

When it comes to bromances Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds lead the way, as they have proved that they have the most endearing and humorously brutal friendships in Hollywood. Their humor is on another level, and their pranks would always catch the fans off-guard. One thing that the fans love about the stars is how involved they are in the X-Men franchise and they are all set to star together in Deadpool 3.

A sneak peek of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in Deadpool 3 trailer
A sneak peek of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in Deadpool 3 trailer

Recently, a fan shared a poster on X they made for the upcoming sequel, where a number of MCU and Fox characters were present. The fan gave the caption “WE NEED IT RIGHT NOW @VancityReynolds,” to which Ryan Reynolds replied “Ditto,” acknowledging that the film needed to happen.

However, Jackman was not entertained to see the poster, as he threatened to sue his Deadpool 3 co-star for $610 for misusing his likeness as well as “pain and suffering.”


Though the film has not featured its movie poster yet, everyone is anticipated to watch the official poster released by the film. But more importantly, fans got a hilarious reaction out of the Australian actor for his reply to the post.

Fans Had a Good Laugh Over Hugh Jackman’s Comment

The fan-made poster surely created anticipation for Deadpool 3, as along with the iconic Marvel Cinematic Universe characters, several iconic Fox characters were present as well. Jackman was also featured on the poster, one as Wolverine, and the other being on the hot air balloon.

A still from Deadpool 3 trailer
A still from Deadpool 3 trailer

Clearly, the actor was trolling, so the fans joined in and trolled him on social media.



It looks like Jackman has been taking lessons from Ryan Reynolds as he has been doing a great job in trolling just like his best friend, and this witty reply on the post showcases, why fans loved to watch their fake feud for years.

Deadpool 3 will release in theatres on 26th July 2024.


Written by Tushar Auddy

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Tushar Auddy, Junior Content Writer. He has been in the entertainment industry for 3 years and is always on the lookout for a captivating story. He is a student of Linguistics and currently pursuing his Master's degree in the same field. He has a passion for literature that runs deep and loves nothing more than getting lost in a novel for hours on end. When he isn't reading, you'll find him capturing the beauty of language.