Why Hugh Jackman And Ryan Reynolds Have Taken Their Fake Feud To Sam's Club

Fans cannot get enough of Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds. Both A-list actors have solidified a strong fanbase with their respective bodies of work and their unique sense of humor. Over the years, the two actors have initiated a friendly feud where they both take light jabs at each other. MovieWeb reports that their "feud" has been very public for a number of years — from interrupting TV interviews to being called out in feature films (Reynolds' Deadpool character famously wore a mask of Jackman's face in one of the films). Bored Panda also reported several instances where both actors have trolled each other on social media, frequently tweeting jokes at one another's expense. Another good natured incident was the time Jackman teamed up with actor Jake Gyllenhaal to trick Reynolds into wearing an ugly Christmas sweater to a holiday party. In an interesting turn of events, the actors are now taking their long-standing feud to Sam's Club, Page Six reports, for a very good cause.

Why is Sam's Club being involved in the faux feud?

In a tweet sent out by Jackman, the celebrity announced how Sam's Club will now be jumping into the ring with him and Reynolds. MovieWeb reports that the feud is being taken to the next level as both Jackman's Laughing Man Coffee and Reynolds' Aviation Gin will be available at the wholesaler starting November 10th, 2020. In honor of their joint launches, both actors will have their products compete for online votes to determine which is the true fan favorite.

In his tweet, Jackman said, "We're bringing The Feud to @SamsClub. I only agreed to do this because it's for two great foundations. And, it's always an awesome day when I get to humiliate [Ryan Reynolds]." Both are looking to raise money for their respective foundations, Page Six explains. Jackman's Laughing Man Coffee donates 100 percent of its proceeds to educational programs and community development across the globe, while Reynolds' Aviation Gin has been donating to service industry workers who lost income due to the coronavirus pandemic, through the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program. The outlet reports that both will be supporting Toronto's SickKids Foundation as well.