The Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds did it again with a banging response on Twitter that has stolen the hearts of millions.
The actor is famously known for his rather direct, cold but true tweets on social media. His fans adore him for his unpredictable and genuine responses.
The man always comes up with something that’ll make the whole world laugh at his comments but this time around the talk was a little touchy to the heart.
Everybody loves the character he plays as the masked vigilante, Deadpool
The superhero movie “Deadpool” that came out on Feb. 2016 based on Marvel Comics broke numerous records for its opening weekend gross across the world, it was the highest-grossing R-rated film and the highest grossing X-Men film in 2016.
Clearly, it was a huge success. And the main protagonist Wade Wilson played by Reynolds was adored by all ages of fans also critically acclaimed as wildly entertaining though it is a non-family-friendly movie.
Ryan posted pictures on his Instagram of him with the kids of Make A Wish Foundation who visited him on the sets of Deadpool 2 on 19 Feb 2018
The Make A Wish Foundation is a non-profit organization that grants wishes for children who are suffering from life-threatening medical conditions, founded in the United States. The people behind this selfless act are responsible for arranging once in a lifetime experiences for children between the age of 3-17. Today the organization has branched out to 45 other countries globally.
These children wished to see Deadpool as their wish and that’s what exactly happened
Ryan wrote in his post:
“Deadpool kicked Cancer in the taint, but these kids do it for real every day. These foundations make dreams come true for a lot o super-brave kids. They also make dreams come true for parents, who just wanna see their kid smile.”
While the fans loved his post, someone commented this and Ryan gave him a smashing reply
You know your only asking for it if you go against Reynolds. It is a dumb thing to do when he actually did had a great time with the kids while shooting in the sets.
We get it that the movie is R-Rated and it’s not appropriate for children to watch, but come on. Deadpool is the least concern here if you think about what those kids are going through.