Date of birth
23rd October, 1976
Ryan Reynolds (born 23.10.1976) is a Canadian actor.
Childhood: Ryan Reynolds was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. His parents are Jim, a food wholesaler, and Tammy, who works in retail. He attended Kitsilano Secondary School in Vancouver before enrolling at Kwantlen Polytechnic University which he dropped out of.
Acting career: Ryan Reynolds made his acting debut in the soap 'Hillside' in 1990. In 1993, he landed a recurring role in TV series 'The Odyssey'. He appeared alongside Melissa Joan Hart in the TV movie of 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' in 1996. In 2002, he was in 'National Lampoon's Van Wilder' and starred in the sitcom 'Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place' from 1998 to 2001. In 2003, he appeared in 'The In-Laws' with Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks as well as 'Foolproof' alongside Kristin Booth and Joris Jarsky. He also made an appeared in the second season of 'Scrubs'. He landed he first major non-comedy role in 'Blade: Trinity' in 2004 opposite Wesley Snipes. In 2005, he was in 'Waiting...' and the romcom 'Just Friends' alongside Amy Smart and Anna Faris. He also had a leading role in the remake of the 1979 horror movie 'The Amityville Horror'. In 2006, he was in the crime movie 'Smokin' Aces' with Ben Affleck, Jason Bateman, Ray Liotta and Jeremy Piven. He landed the leading role in 2008's 'Definitely, Maybe' with Isla Fisher, Elizabeth Banks and Rachel Weisz. The following year he appeared opposite Sandra Bullock in 'The Proposal' and with Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart in 'Adventureland'. In 2009, he played Deadpool in Marvel's 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' alongside Hugh Jackman. Two years later he made his DC comics debut as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern in 'Green Lantern' with Blake Lively and Peter Sarsgaard. In 2013, he appears in 'R.I.P.D.' opposite Jeff Bridges.
Personal life: Ryan Reynolds got engaged to Alanis Morissette in 2004 but they split in 2007. He then married Scarlett Johansson in 2008, though they were divorced in 2011. He married Blake Lively in 2012 in a secret wedding ceremony. They were engaged since the summer before their marriage.
In 2008, he announced that he would run the New York City Marathon for his father who has Parkinson's disease.
That's one way to ensure a lifelong supply of liquor.
Ryan Reynolds has just done the most Deadpool thing imaginable and bought himself a stake in his favourite gin company. Aviation Gin are excited about their 'new boss' who is set to play a significant role in the company's production from now on - and now he'll have unlimited access to the liquor.
The 41-year-old decided to invest some of his millions into a large stake in Aviation Gin, which means he'll now have significant creative influence and, according to the company, play an 'active role in the day-to-day business'.
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The Marvel Universe expands further in 2018 with an exciting new batch of movies and characters.
2018 is shaping up to be a great year for comic book movies with Marvel once again leading the charge. The Avengers will be back, as will the foul-mouthed Deadpool, but there’s also a few new characters getting their first big screen outing. To wet your appetite for the year ahead, here’s everything Marvel has in store for us in 2018.
It's true that 30-year-old Blake normally looks absolutely flawless in public, her red carpet looks being some of the most stunning in Hollywood. But hubby Ryan decided to debunk this idea that she is permamently glamorous by posting the most unflattering shot of her he could find.
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The actor thinks the heroes involved would have great banter.
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe's 'Thor: Ragnarok' on the horizon and the sequel to the critically-acclaimed, R-rated 2016 release 'Deadpool' in the works, talk is of course turning towards whether or not the heroes from each could one day find each other in a collaborative film.
It's something that's been discussed a lot in the past, but usually, many wonder whether Deadpool will ever meet the members of the X-Men. Now that Marvel and Sony Pictures Entertainment have worked together on 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' however, it looks a lot more likely now than it ever has done before.
It really doesn't matter that this movie is utterly ridiculous, because the central pairing of Ryan Reynolds with Samuel L. Jackson is so entertaining that we never want it to end. Director Patrick Hughes (The Expendables 3) keeps the action so insanely energetic that we're not quite sure where to look. But at the centre of the mayhem Reynolds and Jackson are having so much fun that we can't wipe the smiles off our faces.
Reynolds plays London-based security expert Michael, whose high-flying career was derailed two years ago and stubbornly refuses to get back on track. Then his Interpol agent ex-girlfriend Amelia (Elodie Yung) offers him a job escorting the ruthless assassin Darius (Jackson) from his British prison cell to The Hague, where he's needed to testify against murderous Belarusian warlord Dukhovich (Gary Oldman) in a war crimes trial. So far, Dukhovich's militia has made sure no witnesses have made it to the courtroom, so Michael has his work cut out for him. Meanwhile, Darius is trying to get in touch with his wife Sonia (Salma Hayek), who is in prison in Amsterdam and lovingly calls him an unkillable cockroach.
All of this unfolds at a breakneck pace, with a flurry of hyper-violent shootouts, chases and fistfights. Cars fly in every direction as passers-by run for cover, bullets fly in every direction, and pretty much everything on-screen explodes into a huge ball of flames. It's so cartoonish that it's impossible to take even remotely seriously. So we just laugh along with Ryan and Jackson, as they bicker and fight, then bond over flashbacks into their amusingly messy love lives. Both are swaggering alpha-males who don't take instructions from anyone, so their interaction is feisty and funny. The supporting cast of glowering villains and secretive agents barely gets a chance to register, although Hayek nearly walks off with the movie in a riotously scene-stealing turn that leaves us wanting her to get a film of her own.
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25 year old Beetz paid tribute to SJ 'Joi' Harris, who was brought in to perform her character Domino's stunts on 'Deadpool 2' just last week.
Deadpool 2 star Zazie Beetz has taken to social media to pay tribute to her stunt double who tragically died on the set of the film earlier this week when a stunt sequence went horribly wrong.
Professional racing driver Joi ‘SJ’ Harris was killed on Monday (August 14th) when the motorcycle that she was driving went out of control and crashed on the West Waterfront Road near in the Jack Poole Plaza. Filming was postponed as a mark of respect for the rest of Monday and Tuesday, with production resuming tentatively on Wednesday.
On Thursday (August 17th), Beetz, who plays Domino in the Marvel blockbuster and whose announcement was made back in December, shared a handwritten note on Instagram that began: “On Monday we tragically lost one of our own - Joi 'SJ' Harris. My heart has been breaking the last two days and I have been searching what to say or do.”
The actor is 'heartbroken' over the tragic death of a motorcyclist on set.
Ryan Reynolds and the rest of the cast and crew of 'Deadpool 2' were left shocked and horrified after a stunt woman died while performing a dangerous motorcycle stunt in Canada this week, despite the hours of rehearsal time that was put into the scene.
The female rider was doing some kind of jump on a Ducati motorcycle in Vancouver yesterday (August 14th 2017) as part of a stunt routine during the filming of Marvel's 'Deadpool 2'. Unfortunately, she loast control of the bike and it ended up crashing through the window of a Shaw Tower ground-floor office near Jack Poole Plaza.