Deadpool Apologizes to David Beckham for That 'Helium' Joke

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"Yeah, actually I might just have a little message for Ryan", Jackman responded.

Looking directly into the camera, he said, "Hey buddy, how are you, mate?"

"You're one of my best friends, Blake, the fam, the whole thing", he continued, "but back it up a little". Play a little hard to get.

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The letter shared on Reynold's Twitter account parodies the tone and some of the language used in the one sent out before Infinity War hit theatres. "It's too much. It's not sexy!"

The video starts with Beckham watching a clip from the first Deadpool film, which shows Ryan Reynolds' Merc With the Mouth making a joke about Beckham's voice.

Putting his feet up at his home, David was seen scowling as he's referred to as someone who sounds like he "mouth-sexed a can of helium" in the original flick.

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Deadpool then knocks on the door and offers Beckham a number of presents to apologize including balloons and tickets to a soccer game.

Beckham then reveals that it wasn't the joke from Deadpool that made him upset. Of course, it wouldn't stop his brutal reprisal which - seemingly directed at Ryan Reynolds - drops bombs about notorious Reynolds-headlined pre-Deadpool comeback flops like Green Lantern, R.I.P.D.

For at least the third time, Hugh Jackman is involved with promoting Deadpool 2, but whether or not that means Wolverine will make a cameo in the sequel remains to be seen.

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