The two appeared in the 2009 movie.Suggestion or offerTogether, White played the goofy grandmother Reynolds.
To celebrate her big day, Reynolds, 44, shared a video of his Instagram Story, which he also shared Fan account of “Golden Girls”.
“We made this 12 years ago,” Reynolds commented on the video, according to Entertainment tonight. “ Betty is 99 years old today, but she is 100 [percent] The funniest person on the planet. “
The clip begins with Reynolds promoting the movie while he and his co-star, Sandra Bullock. As Reynolds tells fans he plans to give them a “very special behind-the-scenes look” on the film, “White burst into the room, shouting hello to passers-by.
“I am very excited about this interview,” she said.
Bullock angrily asks Reynolds about his “problem with Betty” after he stops the show.
“I don’t have a problem with her, she hates me and I really don’t understand why,” the actor jokes.
Bullock roared off and greets White, flocking to her co-star, calling her “America’s sweetheart.”
Then White approaches Reynolds, who is still in his chair. Then she flips the empty chair beside him to face the opposite direction before sitting down and pointing to the star as “Brian”.
“Bring me a cup of coffee,” calls White before Reynolds explains that they have “been working together for weeks,” and they should know who it is.
The White Response: “So I was a terrible helper the whole time… When Betty White says she wants a cup of coffee, she gets it from a cup of coffee.
“I’ll tell you exactly what it is, okay? You look like a cute and adorable old lady on the outside, but on the inside … you’re such an angry devil,” Reynolds jokes. “Why don’t you suck c-k.”
Then White runs to Bullock for comfort and the two cuddle up whileGolden girls“ The star turns Reynolds in secret.
The whole feud was a joke, as Reynolds Hemsworth previously described “a bad hat that looks like an f-ked a platypus bodybuilder” and tells Jackman that “everyone hates” amid a pseudo feud raising money for charity.
Her birthday wish was fairly simple: “To stay healthy as it is today for at least another year.”