“Deadpool 2” hero and villain Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin carried over their protagonist-antagonist relationship to James Corden’s “Late Late Show” on Thursday when the trio remade “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.”
Or at least, that’s what they set out to do. The whole thing blew up once the CBS host heard the V.O. label him as “The Ugly.” Corden just couldn’t make heads or tails of that unfortunate designation — though the man behind Cable (and yes, Thanos) laid it out for him in plain English.
“Uglier than a sack of pig testicles,” Brolin described Corden to his face.
That didn’t sit well with the Brit, who really, really hated the moniker. In an attempt to shed his one-third of the title, Corden even went so far as to suggest that maybe Reynolds is the ugly one. C’mon dude, no one is buying that — not even Ryan’s on-screen nemesis.
“No, he lights up a room,” Brolin fired back. “He’s God’s perfect little snickerdoodle.”
“I am absolutely gorgeous,” Reynolds threw in.
At a clear impasse, Corden killed the whole shoot — but they still had the cameras and lighting, so…
Bringing bandleader Reggie Watts into the fold, the guys transitioned right into a “Three Men and a Baby” scene. Guess who the baby was?
Watch the video above.
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