Actor TJ Miller says he'll never work with Ryan Reynolds again

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By Carina Murphy

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Ryan Reynolds may have a nice-guy reputation.

But it seems not everyone is a huge fan of the Hollywood heartthrob.

Not long after Reynolds announced that he'd be returning as the wildly popular Deadpool for a third movie, his co-star TJ Miller made it clear that he would not be rejoining the cast alongside him.

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Miller in Deadpool. Credit: Collection Christophel / Alamy

In an interview on The Adam Carolla Show, Miller - who played sidekick Weasel in the first two installments - hinted that he and Reynolds' relationship had turned sour.

He even hinted that the leading man had let fame go to his head, saying that the dynamic between them changed markedly after Reynolds hit the big time.

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TJ Miller, Ryan Reynolds and Ed Skrein at a Deadpool screening. Credit: PA Images / Alamy

Miller appeared on the podcast to promote a new stand-up special Dear Jonah. However, it wasn't long before the conversation turned to Deadpool.

Silicon Valley star Miller first hinted at bad blood when he explained that his wife is convinced that Reynolds doesn't like him.

"Kate thinks he hates me," he said, admitting: "I could see him hating me."

He went on to claim that things changed between them after the massive success of the first Deadpool movie.

"After he got super, super famous from the first Deadpool, then he, yeah, things kind of changed," Miller said.

"I mean would I work with him again? No, I would not work with him again," he added.

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Carolla pressed Miller on why he thought there was tension between them. In response, Miller recalled a time on set when Reynold's had begun improvising in a way that cut a little too close to the bone.

"As the character, he was like horrifically mean to me - but to me," he said, adding: "He was like: 'You know what's great about you Weasel? You're not the star, but you do just enough exposition that it's funny."

Miller went on to say that when he got offstage, "the whole crew was acting weird."

"Everyone was looking at each like 'What the f**k is he doing?'" he added.

While Miller may not return for Deadpool 3, fans can look forwards to seeing another familiar face star alongside Reynolds in the movie.

Hugh Jackman is lined up to reprise his iconic role of Wolverine opposite Reynold's smart-talking anti-hero.

Featured Image Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

Actor TJ Miller says he'll never work with Ryan Reynolds again

vt-author-image

By Carina Murphy

Article saved!Article saved!

Ryan Reynolds may have a nice-guy reputation.

But it seems not everyone is a huge fan of the Hollywood heartthrob.

Not long after Reynolds announced that he'd be returning as the wildly popular Deadpool for a third movie, his co-star TJ Miller made it clear that he would not be rejoining the cast alongside him.

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Miller in Deadpool. Credit: Collection Christophel / Alamy

In an interview on The Adam Carolla Show, Miller - who played sidekick Weasel in the first two installments - hinted that he and Reynolds' relationship had turned sour.

He even hinted that the leading man had let fame go to his head, saying that the dynamic between them changed markedly after Reynolds hit the big time.

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TJ Miller, Ryan Reynolds and Ed Skrein at a Deadpool screening. Credit: PA Images / Alamy

Miller appeared on the podcast to promote a new stand-up special Dear Jonah. However, it wasn't long before the conversation turned to Deadpool.

Silicon Valley star Miller first hinted at bad blood when he explained that his wife is convinced that Reynolds doesn't like him.

"Kate thinks he hates me," he said, admitting: "I could see him hating me."

He went on to claim that things changed between them after the massive success of the first Deadpool movie.

"After he got super, super famous from the first Deadpool, then he, yeah, things kind of changed," Miller said.

"I mean would I work with him again? No, I would not work with him again," he added.

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Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Carolla pressed Miller on why he thought there was tension between them. In response, Miller recalled a time on set when Reynold's had begun improvising in a way that cut a little too close to the bone.

"As the character, he was like horrifically mean to me - but to me," he said, adding: "He was like: 'You know what's great about you Weasel? You're not the star, but you do just enough exposition that it's funny."

Miller went on to say that when he got offstage, "the whole crew was acting weird."

"Everyone was looking at each like 'What the f**k is he doing?'" he added.

While Miller may not return for Deadpool 3, fans can look forwards to seeing another familiar face star alongside Reynolds in the movie.

Hugh Jackman is lined up to reprise his iconic role of Wolverine opposite Reynold's smart-talking anti-hero.

Featured Image Credit: REUTERS / Alamy