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This Is Probably The Best Superhero Selfie Ever

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This Is Probably The Best Superhero Selfie Ever

Channing Tatum who is set to play Gambit in an upcoming X-Men spin-off popped up unexpectedly at San Diego Comic Con over the weekend and the result is probably the most epic superhero selfie of all time. The star took a break from promoting Magic Mike to make a surprise cameo at the X-Men Apocalypse and Deadpool panel.

The panel saw this as an epic opportunity to create possibly the world's best and biggest group selfie made up on entirely superheroes. The photo includes, essentially everyone who is anyone including Jennifer Lawrence, Miles Teller, Nicholas Hoult, Michael B. Jordan, Hugh Jackman, Olivia Munn, Kata Mara and Ryan Reynolds!

Great group-selfie from the 20th Century/Marvel #SDCC panel.

— Tresor (@Tresor) July 12, 2015

Photo cred - @Tresor

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