If there is one thing Ryan Reynolds loves more than to pull one over the fans and press, we are yet to discover what that is. The cheeky Deadpool star this week had an intimate sit down with Logan star Hugh Jackman and Pierce Brosnan, a man synonymous with the James Bond franchise when he started the role for 1995's GoldenEye prior to finishing with 2002's Die Another Day.
The 63-year old Irishman has continued to stay busy with productions like The November Man and I.T., yet the outstanding vacancy for the role of Cable in the upcoming Deadpool 2 sequel has the rumor mill in full swing by putting two and two together. Having a blast of a time laughing and joking their way through the Instagram posts on the couch, Reynolds attached the tagline, "Wolvie. Bond. Wade."
Could Brosnan Beat Out Chandler For Cable Slot?
Clearly in a jolly and festive spirit during the meet up, the Reynolds post in particular indicated that some hijinks was taking place with the ears, eyes and mouth covered. Kyle Chandler from the Netflix series Bloodline has been loosely attached to play the time-traveling character and Deadpool associate, but until any official announcement is made, the void will leave Marvel fans to look over the small clues like this one.
Brosnan is in the process of reinvigorating his career by stepping back into television for the first time in three decades. The actor announced he was joining AMC's series The Son. Watching a number of shows that injected the love and passion back again, Brosnan outlined why he returned to the small screen.
"I've been looking for something like this for the last four or five years," admitted the Irishman. "I really had a yen to go back to TV. I was watching all these great shows appear on the horizon year after year."
James Corden: Pierce Brosnan Is The Rudest Celeb
True to the segment Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts with Khloe Kardashian, The Late Late Show with James Corden host James Corden remarked that Pierce Brosnan is his least favorite celebrity. Following one particular encounter that he did not expand on too much, the talk show host spilled said guts.
"There was someone. But I don't know if we're going to try and book him on the show. I don't know if I can drink it," said the 38-year old with the threat of having to drink an unknown substance. "Pierce Brosnan. I don't think he's a rude man, he just happened to be (to me)."
As Kardashian pondered whether or not the actor was drunk at the time, Corden would not give him a pass. "Maybe he's just a bit f***ing rude."