Ryan Reynolds Weighs In On 'Deadpool's' Oscars Shutout

Ryan Reynolds is handling his Oscars shutout in stride.

The “Deadpool” star and producer didn’t get any love from the Academy during Tuesday’s nominations announcement, despite the superhero film receiving two Golden Globes nods.

Instead of sharing disappointment, the 40-year-old told his Twitter followers he was happy for those who did get recognized and assured that his sense of humor has remained intact.

“Regularly scheduled tickle fight at Camp #Deadpool is still on,” Ryan tweeted. “Congrats to all the nominees for these brilliant films. #Oscars2017.”

Fans chimed in across social media about the Oscars’ lack of “Deadpool” acknowledgment, with some giving unfavorable opinions about fellow comic-book adaptation “Suicide Squad” scoring a nomination for makeup and hairstyling.

Ryan’s already had some practice taking the high road when it comes to awards season let-downs.

At the Golden Globes earlier this month, the actor gave Andrew Garfield a now-viral kiss after losing the Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy honor to “La La Land” star Ryan Gosling.

Ryan and his “Deadpool” team aren’t exactly going home empty-handed, though.

“Deadpool” has amassed an impressive number of accolades since its February 2016 release, including nominations from the Writers Guild and Critics’ Choice Awards, among others. The film also smashed box office records, becoming the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time. 

— Erin Biglow