Ryan Reynolds, who has a reputation of poking fun at himself on the internet, was recently accused by Gal Gadot of taking inspiration from her Wonder Woman character’s appearance. In response, the 41-year-old actor took to Twitter and joked that imitation is indeed the sincerest form of larceny.
On Saturday, Ryan Reynolds, known for his humor, received an accusation from Gal Gadot, who claimed that he stole the look of her famous Wonder Woman character. This happened on social media where Gadot posted a photo of Reynolds in a pose similar to Wonder Woman’s with crossed arms in a scene from Deadpool 2. She captioned the picture with the words “Dude stole my look!!” Interestingly, the same pose was also seen in Black Panther, and as we know, Reynolds often remarks dryly about other superheroes in his movies. Therefore, it is plausible that the resemblance is not coincidental.
Fired shots: The actress from the Justice League shared a photo of Reynolds striking a pose with his arms crossed from a scene in Deadpool 2.
“Oh man, he copied my style!!”: Gadot can be seen doing the authentic pose in her role as Wonder Woman.
A well-known hand gesture that has gained popularity lately is the crossing of one’s arms. This gesture has also been spotted in the superhero movie, Black Panther.
Actor Ryan Reynolds, known for his role in the movie Deadpool, responded to Gal Gadot’s accusation of theft by saying, “Imitation is the sincerest form of larceny” on his Twitter account. Meanwhile, Variety reported that Donald Glover and FX have decided to cancel their planned Deadpool animated TV series with Marvel Television. The project, which was announced in May 2017, was supposed to consist of 10 episodes. In a statement, FX cited creative differences as the reason behind the split and confirmed that the network would no longer be involved with the show.
According to a report from Variety, Donald Glover and FX have decided to end their collaboration with Marvel Television on the Deadpool animated TV series, citing “creative differences.”