Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson verbally slammed Ryan Reynolds by erecting a hilarious Netflix billboard mocking the actor’s alleged streaming habits.
The “Jumanji” star, 49, shared an Instagram photo of the ominous signage, which reads: “Ryan Reynolds uses his mother’s Netflix account.”
“One last heist before we hit the road.” “Better than that, @vancityreynolds,” Johnson, 49, joked in the caption. “For the record, Ryan’s mother is a FANTASTIC WOMAN. “I’m not sure why Ryan ended up the way he did.”
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Reynolds, 45, responded in the comments section, joking, “In fairness, my mom uses my OnlyFans account.”
The Rock posted the billboard burn to promote the duo’s upcoming action comedy film “Red Notice,” which will be released on Netflix on November 12th.
The film, which also stars Gal Gadot, follows an FBI profiler who reluctantly befriends an infamous art thief “to catch an elusive crook who’s always one step ahead,” according to the Netflix description.
“Red Notice” is said to be the most expensive film ever produced by Netflix, with a budget of $200 million.
This is far from being the first time Johnson has used a digital piledriver to flatten a fellow actor. In a hilarious 2019 promotional stunt for “Jumanji: The Next Level,” the action star shared a meme comparing co-star Kevin Hart to the virally adorable Baby Yoda from Disney+’s “The Mandalorian.”