"Ryan, the cast and I were all just reminiscing about the movie that we're in together", quipped the Wolverine star to the actor who does not appear in the original X-Men flick (although he does star in 2009's X-Men Originals: Wolverine).
It's been 20 years since the original X-Men movie reached cinemas, and the cast has been celebrating.
Hugh then tries to kick Ryan off the reunion, but Ryan revealed that he invited a few other X-Men actors into the call.More news: Espanyol vs. Real Madrid - Football Match Report
© Getty Soon enough James McAvoy and Sophie Turner, who play younger versions of Professor X and Jean Grey in later X-Men sequels, had also appeared - but Turner left nearly immediately when she joked that she had "thought this was a Game of Thrones reunion".
Ryan Reynolds never passes up an opportunity to prank his mate Hugh Jackman.
"Oh sorry, I actually thought this was a "Game Of Thrones" reunion", Turner joked, and quickly left. "I actually have a James Bond Zoom call now", says Famke Janssen (Jean Grey). Soon, McAvoy claimed he had to attend a "Split" reunion, while Stewart cited "Star Trek". "X-Men Origins unite!" "Guess it's just me and you, Logan".
The clip ends with Reynolds and Jackman - who have been having a amusing feud for some time, even making its way into the Deadpool movies - the only ones left Zooming.More news: Google rolls out verified calls feature, here’s what it does
Though the coordinated reunion was lighthearted, Jackman concluded his appearance with a heartfelt message to those who are fighting on the frontlines of both the coronavirus and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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"Sometime in the not too distant future the hard work of every global citizen will bring about a healthier, safer, more equitable world", he said.More news: Football players halt program, demand change following student's controversial tweet