That Ryan Reynolds gets us is evident from the “Deadpool” movies, which are the definitive proof. If you came for the action and to hear the title character talk smart, you’ll want to stick around for the fourth-wall breaks and the amusing insanity. If we were scared about a preposterous massacre filled with curse words and penis jokes when Reynolds debuted the R-rated film franchise featuring everyone’s favourite merc with a mouth, we were proven right. Similarly to the “Monster Ballads” infomercials of yesteryear, the “Deadpool” franchise has shown us that every unkillable mutant assassin has a superb supporting cast to help him out.

In the film’s present-day scenario, Cable (Brolin) finds two good-ol’ boys standing in a field alongside a pickup vehicle. In “The Talented Mr Ripley,” Damon plays Dickie Greenleaf, a man with the same name as the man whose life he takes. Dickie is espousing the merits of flushable wipes over toilet paper to his fellow sophisticate, Alan Tudyk, another cameo coup. He even mentions a “blow and goes” technique that includes a blow dryer.

Matt Damon made a surprise appearance in “Thor: Ragnarok” as Loki. In actuality, he’s an Asgardian theatrical actor who plays Loki on the big stage. Surtur imprisons Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on Muspelheim in “Ragnarok’s” first act. Odin has labelled Heimdall a traitor and appointed Skurge (Karl Urban) to lead Asgard due to Heimdall’s return via the Bifrost (Anthony Hopkins). Next, Thor watches his father watching “The tragedy of Loki of Asgard” in the palace. Loki (Tom Hiddleston) appeared to have perished in the previous movie, “Thor: The Dark World,” which is why the sequence functions as an exposition dump.

While pretending to be the Allfather, Loki’s actually in the theatre, where Damon’s performance has solidified his status as the Asgardian god of theatre.

Damon’s cameo anecdote is almost as entertaining as the incident itself. According to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, Chris Hemsworth’s brother Luke, who plays Thor in “Ragnarok,” played a theatrical version of his brother’s character. There was still the matter of casting Loki, so Hemsworth asked his pal Matt for help. Feige remarked that (via Collider). “Matt who?” I asked. He told me, “A buddy of mine, Matt Damon, Okay. Sure. You’re welcome, Chris. Just ask your friend Matt Damon for help! ‘Oh, he’s going to do it.’ The next thing I know, Matt Damon is on set in a full Loki costume, complete with a full Loki wig.”

Scott “Scotty” Thomas (Scott Mechlowicz), a recent high school graduate, is dumped by his girlfriend, Fiona, in the first act of Donny in EuroTrip (Kristin Kreuk). The fact is that “all the lying and cheating on each other” is just too much for her. So she lies and cheats on Scotty, despite his protestations.” Scotty and his friend Cooper (Pitts) attend a large grad party to forget about his broken romance.

To begin, Donny (Damon) describes Fiona as “the nastiest, most bizarre sex doll I’ve ever seen.” Then, in the middle of the song, Fiona joins him on stage, and he dedicates the song to her. Fiona and I do it every Sunday in my car, Scotty doesn’t know,” is all we can recall from “Scotty Doesn’t Know,” a wonderfully catchy song. These are his three best cameos by a wide margin.



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