Rather than hide from the movie’s failure, the star has cheekily embraced its status as a superhero also-ran.
Ryan Reynolds says he and wife Blake Lively regret holding their 2012 wedding on a former slave plantation.
Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to announce a new initiative supporting aspiring filmmakers from unrepresented communities. In a two-minute video, the actor acknowledged that despite its collaborative work, the film industry continues to leave out certain voices. “Making a movie, well it’s a group effort,” he said. “But for entirely too long, that group has […]
The actor had offered a $5,000 return for the bear, which contained a voice recording from the woman's late mother.
While Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have not yet publicly shared the name of their third daughter, Taylor Swift may have just revealed the little one's moniker on her new song, "Betty."
An untitled time travel and adventure movie starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Shawn Levy is on the move, being picked up by Netflix after shifting from Paramount.Skydance is developing the action-adventure film that has Reynolds attached to star and produce along with Levy and David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger producing for Skydance.Jonathan Tropper (“This is Where I Leave You,” “Irreplaceable You”) is currently writing the latest draft, though official plot details are being kept under wraps.Also Read: Samuel L Jackson to Play Ryan Reynolds' Primary Caregiver in Animated Quibi Series 'Futha Mucka'Tropper’s rewrite is based on scripts by T.S. Nowlin and Mark Levin & Jennifer Flackett, and the project has been in development dating back to 2012, actually being reconfigured from a previous project called “Our Name Is Adam” that once had Tom Cruise briefly attached to star.Skydance’s is behind two major Netflix hits, the recently released “The Old Guard” with Charlize Theron, and Michael Bay’s “6 Underground” also starring Reynolds. With Paramount Skydance still has the upcoming “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Snake Eyes” and “The Tomorrow War.”Reynolds and Levy previously teamed up for the upcoming “Free Guy” at 20th Century Studios, which is now set for release on December 11 after originally being pushed back from a release this July due to the coronavirus pandemic.Read original story Ryan Reynolds, Shawn Levy Time Travel Movie Jumps to Netflix From Paramount At TheWrap
Sophie Turner and James McAvoy also made appearances as part of the Global Citizen: Unite For Our Future benefit
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
Blake Lively is keeping her long-standing tradition of playfully trolling her husband alive and well
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have announced that they’ve donated $1 million to two hunger relief organizations on the frontlines helping some of the most vulnerable populations during the coronavirus pandemic. "I think we can all agree, Covid-19 is an a-hole," Reynolds wrote on his Twitter feed. "If you can help, visit, http://FeedingAmerica.org and/or http://FoodBanksCanada.ca." […]
After shutting down production on "Stranger Things" and several other projects, Netflix has decided to temporarily halt production on "Red Notice" starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. The movie had been shooting all over the world since February but had recently moved their production to Atlanta. Johnson made the announcement on his Instagram […]
Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock compete for Betty White's love in a hilarious birthday tribute.
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Monica Ruiz, who played the Peloton wife in that Christmas ad, is speaking out about the controversy — and got a surprise visit from Ryan Reynolds while doing so.
“As an actor, I can certainly relate to creating a piece of content or being part of something that’s not well-received, and how alienating that can feel,” Reynolds told the New York Times.
"Deadpool" writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick talk about the status of a threequel.