Stray Kids Bang Chan and Deadpool actor have a cute Twitter interaction

Bang Chan (Stray Kids) has just got another super famous fan boy – Ryan Reynolds

Kingdom’s Episode 8 is regarded as one of the show’s most amazing episodes. Aside from Lisa’s visit to support iKON on the “Classy Savage” stage, audiences were drawn to another stage. Stray Kids created the stage “God’s DDU-DU DDU-DU” by combining the two hits, “God’s Menu” and BLACKPINK’s “DDU-DU DDU-DU.”

Despite having to compete with a strong YG group and Lisa, Stray Kids’ stage continues to dominate. Stray Kids incorporated the Deadpool – Marvel’s well-known film – concept across the stage, resulting in an astounding entire with content, story, and clear concept visuals.

Ryan Reynolds, who plays Deadpool, liked and commented on a Stray Kids fan-made video.  Then, Stray Kids’ performance was published in several domestic and international press thanks to the actor’s reputation.

On the morning of May 24, Chan spoke at VLIVE Chan’s Room about his admiration for Ryan and his desire to collect signatures from him. 

After hearing this news, Ryan immediately signed on a bottle of wine, with the words “FOR BANG CHAN, MAXIMUM EFFORT”.  Ryan took a picture with the bottle of wine and posted the photo with the following tweet:

After just a few hours, Bang Chan responded to his new fan boy:

The official Deadpool Movie Twitter account also tweeted and directly tagged Stray Kids, the attached image is an image of Deadpool’s masked Chan:

Soon after, the Deadpool actor himself asked to send Chan a real mask. In response, the male idol also humorously tweeted his address in Korea.

The interesting interaction between the member of Stray Kids and Dead Pool actor makes fans feel very surprised and happy.  Hopefully the two will have a collaboration one day in the future.

Source: Twitter

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