Ryan Reynold's latest film, Free Guy, might be a total box office success, but the actor/producer can't seem to catch a break when it comes to the online trolling directed his way. And lucky for us, the shenanigans are giving us plenty of LOL-worthy content. Here's the latest.
You've likely heard that Free Guy has been making waves since premiering in theaters earlier in August. The film is currently predicted to have brought in a whopping $56 to $58 million in gross profits after only two weeks in theaters. Following its grand success, the movie is already signed up for a sequel, so there's a lot to be excited about.
But maybe one of the best things to come out of the comedy hit? All of the celebrity trolling that's happened since its release. First, we had Reynolds trolling his wife on the Gram. "What a huge night for #FreeGuy. And what a huge night for @blakelively because this means we're Instagram official. I know how important that was to her," the 44-year-old wrote alongside some shots from the premiere.
Then Blake Lively trolled her hubby right back with some funny internet action of her own. And now, even more stars are joining in on the fun. We're talking about the God of Thunder, Chris Hemsworth. It looks like the Hollywood icon took offense that he wasn't among the A-listers included in Free Guy for some very unexpected cameos. Chris Evans made a hilarious appearance - and he wasn't the only one.
Aside from Mr. Evans, Channing Tatum, Hugh Jackman, Dwayne Johnson, and John Krasinski all had their time in the Free Guy limelight, too. "This movie is about friendship," Reynolds wrote on Insta while thanking his fellow actors/friends for their participation. "And friendship is, at its simplest, just showing up. While I don't have photos of everyone, here's to all the incredible pals who showed up for this film."
After seeing that post, Chris Hemsworth didn't hold back in the comments section. "No worries mate , least I could do , BFFs," he sarcastically wrote. Ryan had a witty response and soon threw the blame onto someone else. "@chrishemsworth Evans said you weren't 'camera ready'. Whatever that means," Reynolds commented back. Hmmm... something tells us there's little truth to that since, let's be honest, Thor is pretty much always camera-ready.