Watch: Young actor makes Wrexham gag in hilarious new Ryan Reynolds advert
A young actor made a gag with a Wrexham reference in a hilarious new advert with Ryan Reynolds.
The ad, for Kraft Mac & Cheese, features an angelic-looking yet foul-mouthed Walker Scobell alongside the Deadpool star.
The youngster makes a series of inappropriate remarks in the advert, which doubles as an offbeat and humorous promo for the Netflix science fiction film The Adam Project, in which he co-stars with Reynolds.
These were the “family friendly” takes. #TheAdamProject on @Netflix March 11. @kraftmacncheese pic.twitter.com/bvOtNKxlaJ
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 7, 2022
Scobell tells advises youngsters to “stop loving” their parents is they don’t buy the cheesy pasta product.
He also says: “You’ll take it to the freshman dance, and you’ll get to first base.”
He asks: “You guys Wrexham fans?”, which leads a frustrated director to say “please stop”.
Scobell also informs the audience that Kraft Mac & Cheese is: “So good, you’ll want to fire your grandma.”
After being given a talking to by Reynolds, the young star performs the perfect take.
In the The Adam Project, Ryan Reynolds, who also produces the film, plays time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed, who accidently crash-lands in 2022.
Reed teams up with his 12-year-old self, played by Scobell, on a mission to save the future.
The film also stars Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Catherine Keener, and Zoe Saldana.
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