TJ Miller claimed he would never work with Ryan Reynolds again

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After less than ideal time working with Ryan Reynolds, TJ Miller has said he would never work with the star again

Ryan Reynolds has been a hot commodity in Hollywood for years but actor TJ Miller has said he will never work with the star again.

Many stars would love the opportunity to collaborate with Ryan Reynolds. The actor has legions of fans and the films he stars in tend to do well both critically and commercially, so wins all around.

However, TJ Miller has previously said he would never work with Reynolds again. The pair starred together in the first two Deadpool films but it safe to say Miller likely wont be appearing in the upcoming third flick.

While speaking on the Adam Carolla Show, Miller explained that he felt Reynolds hated him and remarked at how he felt the success of Deadpool ‘changed’ the actor.



Commenting on Reynold’s ‘handsome face,’ Miller said it was covered up in Deadpool because it meant that audiences weren’t ‘distracted’ from his comedic work by his good looks.

However, he then went on: “Then after he got super, super famous from the first Deadpool, then he, yeah, things kind of changed…”

Well, you might be wondering why things changed, so here you go.

Miller revealed: “I mean, would I work with him again? No, I would not work with him again.”

Miller went on: “I sort of wish him well, because he’s so good at Deadpool. And I think it’s weird that he hates me.”

At this point, Miller was asked if he was sure that Reynolds ‘hated him’, to which he replied: “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.”

(20th Century Fox)

(20th Century Fox)

Although, despite the awkward moment, Miller still poured praise on the star, saying he is a ‘great improviser’ and admitted that Reynolds is a better comedian than him.

Filming for Deadpool 3 was well underway until production was suspended in July last year when the Screen Actors’ Guild (SAG Aftra) voted to join the ongoing industrial action in Hollywood.

While Miller isn’t returning, Reynolds’ real-life pal and Marvel star Hugh Jackman joined him to tease the movie the month before production was halted.

The latest trailer for the film dropped in April and fans were sent into overdrive with many hotly anticipating the direction the film goes in. Fans are now rejoicing at finally seeing Wolverine and Deadpool on screen together.

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