We’ve been fans of Ryan Reynolds and his body of work for years, so we’re happy to take him wherever we can get him – which in this case is a press junket for another movie star.
Hugh Jackman is hot on the promo trail for his new flick Eddie The Eagle and sat down for an impromptu interview with the Deadpool star, who played the same role opposite him in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
The two men (both previously named People‘s “Sexiest Man Alive”) banter pretty adorably and generated enough chemistry to make us wonder if there were any intense rehearsals when they filmed together…
Check out the clip below, and take it from us: Deadpool is the real deal, so give it a shot if you’ve got some time this weekend. Scroll down further to watch Ryan discuss his nude scene and admit that he’ll get naked for money. Start saving those coins, people.
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This just in: Christian Slater is a very competitive person. Especially when it comes to shooting gay sex scenes in movies. While speaking at a Q&A after the premiere of King Cobra over the weekend, 47-year-old Slater spoke candidly about the film’s many, many, many gay sex scenes and how he didn’t want James Franco to get [...]
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