So on February 6, (February 7 AEDT), they released a joint video unveiling their new projects and watched them together, for the first time.
In these ads produced by Escape Velocity, Reynolds appears to act in good faith while gushing about "my friend, Hugh Jackman", who follows up with a foul-mouthed insult about his rival, and yes, it seems that Jackman wins this round, scripted (by Reynolds, Jackman and George Dewey) or not. The jokesters had formerly been trolling one another on social media for years, but wanted to put that behind them. In the video above, Reynolds keeps his side of the bargain with a heartfelt commercial for Jackman's Laughing Man coffee. Ryan uploaded a video on his YouTube channel, simply titled, "Truce".
The Hollywood heavyweights, in an attempt to make peace, agreed to create commercials for the other's company.
After watching the "professional" behind-the-scenes video for the coffee brand from Reynolds, Jackman tells the Deadpool star that he's "not quite ready" to show his ad yet. Ryan's voice introduced scenic shots of people sourcing coffee beans, ordering a freshly-brewed cup in a coffee shop, and Ryan boasted how the coffee "uplifts communities around the world". Unfortunately, only one actor ended up sticking to their word.
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"Hugh could be behind such a Hugh-roic company?" "Hugh guessed it. Hugh Jackman, the loving and caring man who created Laughing Man".
"Cost a million dollars", Reynolds says. On January 31st, both Jackman and Reynolds took to the their respective Twitter accounts to announce that they were finally setting their differences aside, and as a way of apologizing to one another, would deliver legitimate commercials for eachother's signature products.
"Ryan Reynolds is a complete and total [bleep]", Jackman said in his ad. "The gin's pretty great though. I'll have to try it someday". Jackman then tips over the bottle of alcohol and watches as it pours out across the table.
When it was over, the tension was back on, as Reynolds stared in disbelief, while Jackman apologized: 'Sorry man - I didn't think the truce was actually real'.