Ryan Reynolds responded to claims he was 'horrifically mean' on set

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By Carina Murphy

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Ryan Reynolds has reportedly responded after his Deadpool co-star accused him of being bad to work with.

TJ Miller - who played Reynolds' sidekick Weasel in the first two Deadpool movies - hit out at the star earlier this month, saying that fame went to his head and even claiming he would never work with him again.

"We had a really weird moment on Deadpool where he said 'let's do one more take' but then as the character, he was horrifically mean to me - but to me, as if I’m Weasel," the Silicon Valley said during an appearance on The Adam Carolla Show.

Miller explained that "after [Reynolds] got super, super famous from the first Deadpool, then he, yeah, things kind of changed," adding: "Would I work with him again? No, I would not work with him again."

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While his appearance on The Adam Carolla Show may have implied that Miller wasn't on good terms with Reynolds, the actor has since claimed that there are no hard feelings between them.

In a recent interview with SiriusXM's Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, the 41-year-old said it was all just a "misunderstanding", adding that Reynolds had reached out to him after hearing what he had to say.

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

"It was really cool. He emailed me the next day... it was a misunderstanding. So I emailed him back, and now it’s fine," Miller explained.

According to Miller, Reynold contacted him saying: "Hey, I just heard on the show that you were upset about this."

"And I kind of said: 'You know, I'm not.' And then we sort of just hashed it out really quickly," he added.

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Miller went on to say that as far as he was concerned, he hadn't said "anything that was negative".

"But I just wasn't thinking... and that's a big problem I have in general is not thinking about the repercussions of saying this or that," Miller added.

As for whether Miller will reunite with Reynolds and make an appearance in the upcoming Deadpool 3 - that still remains to be seen.

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Miller in Deadpool. Credit: Collection Christophel / Alamy

However, while fans of the superhero flick might not be able to bank on seeing Weasel in the third Deadpool movie, there is one familiar face who will definitely be appearing alongside Reynolds: Hugh Jackman's Wolverine.

Deadpool 3 is expected to hit cinemas on September 6, 2024.

Featured Image Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

Ryan Reynolds responded to claims he was 'horrifically mean' on set

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By Carina Murphy

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Ryan Reynolds has reportedly responded after his Deadpool co-star accused him of being bad to work with.

TJ Miller - who played Reynolds' sidekick Weasel in the first two Deadpool movies - hit out at the star earlier this month, saying that fame went to his head and even claiming he would never work with him again.

"We had a really weird moment on Deadpool where he said 'let's do one more take' but then as the character, he was horrifically mean to me - but to me, as if I’m Weasel," the Silicon Valley said during an appearance on The Adam Carolla Show.

Miller explained that "after [Reynolds] got super, super famous from the first Deadpool, then he, yeah, things kind of changed," adding: "Would I work with him again? No, I would not work with him again."

Watch the interview here:

While his appearance on The Adam Carolla Show may have implied that Miller wasn't on good terms with Reynolds, the actor has since claimed that there are no hard feelings between them.

In a recent interview with SiriusXM's Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, the 41-year-old said it was all just a "misunderstanding", adding that Reynolds had reached out to him after hearing what he had to say.

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

"It was really cool. He emailed me the next day... it was a misunderstanding. So I emailed him back, and now it’s fine," Miller explained.

According to Miller, Reynold contacted him saying: "Hey, I just heard on the show that you were upset about this."

"And I kind of said: 'You know, I'm not.' And then we sort of just hashed it out really quickly," he added.

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Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Miller went on to say that as far as he was concerned, he hadn't said "anything that was negative".

"But I just wasn't thinking... and that's a big problem I have in general is not thinking about the repercussions of saying this or that," Miller added.

As for whether Miller will reunite with Reynolds and make an appearance in the upcoming Deadpool 3 - that still remains to be seen.

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Miller in Deadpool. Credit: Collection Christophel / Alamy

However, while fans of the superhero flick might not be able to bank on seeing Weasel in the third Deadpool movie, there is one familiar face who will definitely be appearing alongside Reynolds: Hugh Jackman's Wolverine.

Deadpool 3 is expected to hit cinemas on September 6, 2024.

Featured Image Credit: REUTERS / Alamy