Ryan Reynolds apologises after dropping F-bomb during live Wrexham interview

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Ryan Reynolds was forced to apologise after accidentally dropping the F-bomb live on air during a Wrexham AFC press conference on Thursday afternoon.

The Hollywood actor watched his first football match earlier this week, having joined with star of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Rob McElhenney to buy the National League club.

And Wrexham fans were delighted to see their new owners in the stands as they cheered on the Welsh side at Maidenhead’s York Road Stadium.

But ‘Deadpool’ star Reynolds made a hilarious blooper by casually dropping a swear word and being told off by an ITV reporter in his first press conference as he visits the Welsh town.

Talking to reporters at the Racecourse Ground, McElhenney said: “We just want to set up the structure for the club to continue long after we’re dead.”

But his friend Reynolds interjected with his trademark witty humour, adding: “Unless there’s a meteor, in which case we’re all f*****.”

The ITV reporter then gave the Green Lantern actor a stern telling off: “This is actually being live streamed on ITV. Apologies for the language there.”

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Reynolds, shocked by his blunder, yelped: “No! I had no idea, I’m sorry.”

The North American duo’s presence unfortunately did not bring much good luck with Wrexham suffering a 3-2 defeat on Tuesday night.

That clearly got to Reynolds, who later added that football is a “soul-deadening, evil and gorgeous game.”

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