Mariah Carey's Son "Snuck Up" on Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds While Wearing a Deadpool Mask

Mariah Carey shared a photo of herself, her twins, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds hanging out on Instagram.

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If hanging out with Mariah Carey on your bucket list, then you and Ryan Reynolds have something in common. This weekend, Reynolds' "vision board" moment, as he described it, came true, thanks to Carey's son.

Carey shared a photo of herself and her twins, Moroccan and Monroe, posing with Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, on Instagram Sunday and it's everything.

In the photo, Moroccan (who goes by Rocky) is wearing a Deadpool mask and striking a tough pose in front of Reynolds, who, of course, stars as the wise-cracking anti-hero in the Deadpool franchise

"Rocky snuck up on an unsuspecting couple wearing a Deadpool mask," Carey wrote in the photo's caption. "Will they ever recover? 😉💖."

The feeling of awe was totally mutual, Reynolds revealed in the photo's comments section.

"Whoa," he wrote. "My vision board became a photo." The good humans at Comments by Celebs captured the note for posterity.

Excuse me, I have to go make a vision board immediately.

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