Ryan Reynolds Weighs In On The Battle Of The Chrises

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It’s an age-old question, and one that has been debated amongst audiences everywhere for the better part of a decade – Who is the best Chris of the Marvel Universe? With so many choices, it is hard for many people to pick just one.

Kicking 2018 off to a great start, Deadpool 2 star Ryan Reynolds was being his normal ridiculous self on Twitter, reaching out to his followers to settle a debate between him and his priest about the Kardashian pregnancy rumors. A follower said they would help him out, under one condition: settle the Chris debate once and for all. Take a look at what Ryan had to say.

A short while later, Reynolds took it one step further and threw another favorite Chris into the mix with his next tweet.

As a fun bonus for us all, I thought I would share a few merits of each Chris in this scenario.

In alphabetical order, here are the Chrises that Ryan Reynolds was wrongfully forced to choose from.

First, there is Captain America himself: Chris Evans. He is talented, charismatic, and loves dogs.

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Then, we have the God of Thunder, Thor: Chris Hemsworth. Everything about him is perfection. There, I said it.

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Third is Steve Trevor, Mr. Wonder Woman (kidding!): Chris Pine. Look. At. Those. Eyes. And he also seems super sweet.

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Finally, we have our last Chris in Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord: Chris Pratt. Hilarious, lovable, and everyone’s favorite goofball.

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No one wins when we have to choose between these gems.

You can see Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool 2, in theaters on June 1. Catch Chrises Evans and Hemsworth in Avengers: Infinity War, in theaters on May 4. Chris Pine appears next in A Wrinkle in Time, in theaters on March 9.

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