Hugh Jackman Channels Wolverine to Urge Fans to Get COVID-19 Vaccine and Ryan Reynolds Has an Epic Response

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
April 11, 2021  03:51 PM

If there is one thing that people know about Wolverine, it's the fact that the mutant can regenerate very quickly. However, Hugh Jackman is the first to admit that he doesn't possess the same powers as his character. With that in mind, Jackman is urging fans to get the COVID-19 vaccine and Ryan Reynolds couldn't help but drop an epic response.

Jackman is one of the most active celebrities on social media and he usually shares some of his activities on Instagram. So it's no surprise that the Greatest Showman star has posted a photo of himself getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Jackman also urged his followers to do the same. Check it out below.

"Wolverine’s healing ability can’t save me from Covid. But the vaccine can. Get it!" Jackman wrote.

It's an awesome message for everyone that could ensure our safety during the pandemic era. It's also great to know that Jackman is taking the necessary measures to stay safe these days.

We're loving how Jackman is promoting safety with Wolverine's help but Reynolds couldn't help but poke fun at his friend yet again. The X-Men Origins: Wolverine actor left a reply on his co-star's post that also promoted his own product.

There's little doubt that Jackman got the right vaccine and it's still hilarious to see that he and Reynolds just can't stop themselves from joking around with each other. Hopefully, their little exchange will convince people to get the COVID-19 vaccine whenever it is available.

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