TJ Miller, an American comedian, has said he is unwilling to work with Ryan Reynolds after a “strange” encounter with him on a movie set. Speaking on the Adam Corolla Show podcast, the 41-year-old celebrity said he “matched” [Reynolds] a lot better on the first Deadpool because he wasn’t a great, huge movie star,” but that changed after the amazing popularity of the superhero movie.
TJ Miller, who plays Weasel in the series, recalled an incident on the set of the film in which Ryan Reynolds allegedly urged the director to shoot another shot to humiliate the comic in front of the crew.
“On Deadpool, we had a pretty weird moment when he said, ‘Let’s do another take.’” And then, as the part, he was really cruel to me. But not to me. As if I were Weasel. He said, ‘You know what I love about you, Weasel? You’re not the star, but you do just enough exposition to make it hilarious, and then we can go back to the actual movie.”
Miller described the punch as “strange,” adding that when he stepped off the stage after the shot, he noticed the crew was also uncomfortable.
Miller noted that while he liked Reynolds “as a comic,” he wouldn’t work with him again.
“Would I work with him again?” No, I wouldn’t work with him again. But I’ve already said that about Michael Bay, and we’re friends now, and I’d work with him again. But I believe Michael Bay is unique.”
Everything you need to know about TJ Miller
TJ Miller was born in Denver, Colorado on June 4, 1981. He is the son of attorney Kent Miller and clinical psychologist Leslie Miller. According to his IMDb page, he received his primary education in Washington, DC before continuing his studies in England and France. He moved to Chicago and started playing with independent improv groups.
Miller made her television debut on The Standard Deviants, a PBS show focused on providing educational DVDs and programs to schools. He played both the role of a knight and a dinosaur researcher. After appearing as Marmaduke Brooker in the television series Carpoolers, he starred in a number of other films and television series, including The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, She’s Out of My League, Get Him to the Greek, Gulliver’s Travels, Our Idiot Brother, Rock of Ages, RVC: The Lone Shopping Network, The Goodwin Games, Jason Nash Is Married, Underwater and others.
Ryan Reynolds was described by TJ Miller as “insecure”.
TJ Miller added in the same podcast interview that he has never spoken to Ryan Reynolds about the alleged event, but has no ill will toward the Deadpool series, which is currently in pre-production on its third sequel. TJ Miller said he had no plans to return to the brand after labeling Ryan as “kind of an insecure person.”
“I wouldn’t have done Deadpool 3 if they said, ‘We want you to do Deadpool 3, and we’re going to pay you double.'” I think he should make a Deadpool 3 and keep making movies. I just believe he doesn’t like me, and I felt like he said it strangely. I’m at a point in my life where I don’t feel the urge to see Deadpool 3.”
TJ Miller’s career in the entertainment industry has been marred by scandal. A woman who attended college with him accused him of sexual assault in 2017. He disputed the allegations. In 2018, he was fired from Silicon Valley after allegedly bullying a fellow actor on set.
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