Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Trolls Blake Lively with Unflattering Pic

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Trolls Blake Lively with Unflattering Pic

The Deadpool actor ignited what we expect will probably be an all-out online trolling WAR when posted a picture of his stunning wife looking less than glamorous in full character clothes for her upcoming film, The Rhythm Section, with the caption #nofilter. Lively and Jude Law co-star in the movie which is about a woman who seeks revenge against those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family.

Considering the absolute flood of cry-laughing emojis that is the comment section on that photo, we think it's safe to say fans are here for this brutal yet super silly husband and wife social media feud (of sorts).

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The couple is known for playing tricks on each other, with Reynolds often being the culprit.

Back in October, Lively was asked how she feels about her hubby's jokes on social media and admitted she doesn't really keep up to date with them. "Happy Birthday, baby", she captioned the shot.

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Reynolds poked fun at his wife in a tweet on her birthday, wishing a Happy Birthday to his "amazing wife" with a photo she was nearly cropped out of.

Lively and Reynolds have set up temporary camp in Dublin for several months during filming, renting a seaside home in Killiney with their daughters (2) and Ines (1).

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