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Ryan Reynolds Trying to Sell ‘Red Notice’ Artifact Is the Funniest Thing You’ll See All Day

Ryan Reynolds just shared a hilarious clip of him trying to see the Cleopatra egg from 'Red Notice' on 'Antique Roadshow.' Watch it here!
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Is it a $100 million antique or a movie prop? Who’s to say!

Ryan Reynolds, who is currently starring in Netflix’s Red Notice, made an appearance on the PBS show Antiques Roadshow to see how much he could get for the “Cleopatra egg” seen in the film.

The 45-year-old shared the funny skit to Instagram on Monday, November 14, and it has already racked up over two million views. 

Good Luck Selling the Egg, Ryan

The clip begins with Ryan seated across from host Lark Mason and the “relic” between them.

“What is the family history?” Lark asks about the egg.

“This isn’t a family heirloom. My family disowned me. They don’t like me. It’s more of an heirloom that my good friend at the museum lent me,” Ryan says.

Lark then explains it’s one of three golden eggs “commissioned by Cleopatra at the end of her life.”

He then revealed one of the eggs disappeared during World World II and was hidden at a secure location, that is, until recently.

“An FBI agent, as I recall — I can’t remember exactly, but a very muscular, handsome, talented man … ” Lark says, clearly referring to one of Ryan’s co-stars in the film, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Ryan dismisses the conversation about The Rock and gets straight to the point, asking, “What would you generally say the price of an object like this would be?”

“If we could clear up the complications of how you acquired it, this could sell for over $100 million at auction,” Lark says. 

Red Notice Is a Massive Success For Netflix

Despite the “complications” surrounding the egg, the good news is Ryan’s not going to be needing the money anytime soon.

Not only is he one of the most successful actors in Hollywood, but Red Notice just became the most-watched movie in Netflix history.

In fact, the film has been watched for close to 150 million hours since its release on Friday, November 12. Yes, 150 million hours.

That’s what happens when you get Ryan, The Rock, and Gal Gadot in a movie together!