“I spoke about the importance of making sure young people hear the message,” Horgan said at a press conference Wednesday. “It’s a call to Deadpool right now. Ryan, we need your help here. Contact us… Seth Rogen, another remarkable Briton, we need to communicate with people who cannot hear us. Only you can help us both in this regard. ”
Reynolds has arrived. Friday the Dead Pool star posted a fake voicemail message which he left on Hogan’s office phone. Reynolds, of course, added a bit of humor, but pointed out the dangers of attending large gatherings amid the global health crisis.
“Oh, hey, John Horgan! Ryan Reynolds here. I got your message about this thing, ”he began. “I’m not sure that’s a good idea, frankly. People, I don’t think they want medical advice from guys like me. No sir. Unless it’s plastic surgery, which a lot of people don’t know, but I was Hugh Jackman. ”He continued, “The kids in British Columbia are partying, which of course is dangerous. They probably don’t know that thousands of young people are just sick with the coronavirus, they are also dying of it… It’s terrible that it affects our most vulnerable. British Columbia is home to some of the coolest seniors on earth. “Which elderly people? Reynolds specifically mentions famous geneticist and broadcaster David Suzuki and his mother, Tammy Reynolds.
“I hope the kids in British Columbia don’t kill my mom, frankly, or David Suzuki or each other,” he added. “Don’t kill anyone, I think that’s reasonable. ”
Rogen issued his request with a fairly straightforward tweet that reminded everyone that the virus is still raging.
“Please don’t go out to parties, barbecues and other large gatherings! ” he wrote. “… It’s more fun spending time alone and smoking weed and watching movies and TV shows anyway! Do this instead! “