Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are good friends and are known to always troll each other but as the saying goes, two is company and three is a crowd, which is probably why fellow actor John Krasinski has joined the Hollywood goofballs and done some trolling himself following a photo Hugh Jackman tweeted with his wife, Emily Blunt.
Jackman, who let's make it clear, is happily married himself, was pictured with Blunt at a Variety Actors on Actors event, to which the actor wrote,
"Eeeeeeasy Hugh... not sure this is what @Variety meant with #ActorsonActors....Don’t make me think I can hurt you."
Sensing another trolling opportunity, Ryan Reynolds was quick to join in, tweeting: "This is a call to action. This man must be stopped."
Reynolds also accused the Wolverine star of being a 'fake foreigner', claims he made in a mock-propaganda style video.
In the hilarious video, the Canadian states that Jackman's full name isn't 'Hugh Jackman', but 'Hugh Michael Jackman', and that he is a middle-aged American from Milwaukee rather than hailing from the Australian capital, Sydney.
However, Jackman has also took his fair share of swipes at Reynolds. As we reported a few months back, Reynolds was mocked by the Aussie hunk on live tv for being too needy having made countless efforts to have the star appear in his Deadpool movies.
"Ryan, I love you, man. I love Deadpool. I can't wait to see the movie, you're one of my best friends. Blake [Lively, the actor to whom Ryan is married], the family, the whole thing.
"But back it up a little. Play a little hard to get. It's too much - it's not sexy."
Now, over to your Emily Blunt....Show these boys how trolling is really done.