Ryan Reynolds crashes a Hugh Jackman interview

Ryan Reynolds attends the "Woman in Gold" press conference during the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival on Feb. 9, 2015, in Berlin.

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Ryan Reynolds has had to sit through plenty of inane and invasive interviews to promote his movies, but thanks to the success of "Deadpool," 20th Century Fox is letting him turn the tables.

While doing interviews for the studio's next release, "Eddie the Eagle," star Hugh Jackman finds himself face to face with Reynolds as interviewer -- and the "Deadpool" star has some rather probing questions to ask. After a few oblique references to the superhero flick -- and notorious bomb -- in which they both starred, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," Reynolds gets to the juicy stuff.

"My next question here is from a Blake Lively from New York City, New York," Reynolds reads from a card. "She writes: 'Hugh, I tried calling you on the burner phone and you didn't answer. Are we still meeting at the Gansevoort Hotel this afternoon? I don't have much time because Ryan's having a mani-pedi from 3 to 4."' Things get a bit awkward from there, to be honest.