Hugh Jackman Delivers Devastating Line To Ryan Reynolds In The Name Of Charity

The feud between Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman is back - for a good cause, of course.
The actors recently competed at a charity event where they teamed up with Sam's Club to sell products from their personal brands: Aviation Gin for Reynolds and Laughing Man Coffee for Jackman.
Anyone who sold most of their products in a little over a month won, although donations of equal value would go to both the SickKids Foundation - which Reynolds supports - and Jackman's own Laughing Man Foundation. Fans could also vote for the two separately online without buying anything.
The actor "The Wolverine" won, which meant Reynolds had to post a funny video on Twitter and Jackman had to roast him.
"I am legally obliged to publish this in the truest sense of the word," joked Reynolds on Monday in a tweet that showed the nearly one and a half minute long clip.
The video began with a few words from Sam's Club CEO, Kathryn McLay. After McLay informed Jackman that he had won, the actor named his friend and mortal enemy "Bryan" (an intentional spelling mistake by Ryan) to let him know that he had lost the competition.
A confused Reynolds answered the video call with a "Hey Hugh!" and a slight smile before a no-nonsense Jackson delivered the news.
"You lost the Sam's Club thing. I won," Jackman said before delivering one last, devastating line.
"Everyone hates you," he added before quickly answering the video call with a "Bye!" and a smile.
A confused Reynolds was speechless at the call as he jokingly tried to record the news.
The video was then cut to a white screen with "CONGRATS TO HUGH" flashing in capital letters with a slightly smaller "Sorry, Ryan".
Reynolds has mastered the look of defeat. (Photo: Getty)
Reynolds followed the hilarious video and told his followers, "The real winner of the feud is the SickKids Foundation and the Laughing Man Foundation."
Jackson couldn't resist adding one final dig and tweeting in response, "You are gracious in defeat. It's a start."
The commentators were enthusiastic about the exchange between the two:
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The two friends briefly referred to a "temporary truce" in their feud in April this year when they teamed up for the All in Challenge, a charity drive to raise money to feed the people.
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