Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds has actually tweeted a photo of a letter from Iron Man refusing to let his character join the Avengers, as the newest superhero movie breaks box workplace records.
Avengers: Infinity War made $250m in ticket sales throughout its opening weekend in the US, narrowly beating Star Wars: The Force Awakens for the greatest opening weekend ever.
It is yet to open in China, one of the world’s biggest movie markets.
Reynolds, whose character likewise comes under the Marvel banner, published a message on Twitter stating: “From a guy who never ever knows when to quit, I’m happy you people never ever did.
” Congrats #Avengers.”
He published an image of a letter from Tony Stark/Iron Man, the character played by Robert Downey Jr.
The letter had the subject “Re: Joining the Avengers” and said: “No”.
Reynolds is no complete stranger to box office records after Deadpool became the greatest grossing R-rated movie when it took $783m in 2016.
The follow-up, Deadpool 2, is set to release May 18th.
Avengers: Infinity War sees the superhero clique come together to fight the lethal hazard posed by supervillain Thanos.
The cast includes Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange and Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America.
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