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The couple urge people to undergo local first aid classes.
There are some important skills a parent must learn regardless of whether or not they'll ever need it. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are trying to encourage new parents to take classes in child CPR - just in case they one day have to save their child's life.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively at the 2017 Met Gala
Becoming a parent means learning a lot of new skills as you go along. Something that you are not going to want to learn as you go, however, is child first aid - more specifically CPR. Hopefully, neither Blake Lively nor Ryan Reynolds will ever be forced to perform this life-saving procedure on either of their daughters; Ines and James; but that doesn't mean they don't need to be prepared.
Continue reading: Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Learn To Save Lives With Infant CPR Class
Reynolds praised his wife while being interviewed for Humans of New York at the 2017 Met Gala in New York.
The glamorous couple attended the annual Met Gala on Monday evening (May 1st) in New York City, and were photographed by Humans of New York’s Brandon Stanton, as part of the popular photoblog that was established in 2010.
“She always responds with empathy. She meets anger with empathy. She meets hate with empathy,” Reynolds said about his wife of five years and mother of his two children. “She'll take the time to imagine what happened to a person when they were five or six years old. And she's made me a more empathetic person.”
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Says Blake Lively Made Him A "More Empathetic" Person
'Deadpool 2' gets an official release date.
The release date for the eagerly anticipated 'Deadpool 2' has finally been confirmed, with principal photography set to begin this summer. The sequel is set to arrive in 2018 with David Leitch at the helm, and Zazie Beetz and Josh Brolin among the cast.
Ryan Reynolds returns as Deadpool
At the weekend, 20th Century Fox revealed a summer premiere date for the Marvel sequel which comes to theatres next year. Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapicic and Ryan Reynolds return to the franchise as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Colossus and Deadpool respectively, with new cast members having also been announced.
Continue reading: It's Official: 'Deadpool 2' Is Coming In Summer 2018
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld says that the chemistry between Ryan Reynolds and Zazie Beetz in upcoming Marvel movie 'Deadpool 2' needs to be "spectacular".
It's hard to think about the world of comic book movies without 'Deadpool' immediately springing to mind. The film was one of 2016's biggest successes, despite being slapped with an R-rating in the US, and went on to break all sorts of records while catapulting Ryan Reynolds into the world of much-adored superheroes.
Ryan Reynolds as Marvel Comics character Deadpool
Earlier this year, Reynolds announced the news that Zazie Beetz had joined the cast of 'Deadpool 2' in a now-deleted tweet, using dominoes to reveal that she'd be taking on the character Domino.
Like a mash-up of Alien and Gravity, this ripping sci-fi horror movie is very effective at generating tension and terror. And it helps that an adept cast is on board to give some weight to characters who are rather thinly written. The script, by Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, keeps everything lean and mean, concentrating on the scary stuff while ignoring any thematic depth or topicality. But director Daniel Espinosa (Safe House) keeps it moving briskly.
It's set on board the International Space Station, where a specialised six-person crew is examining new soil samples from Mars. Science officer Hugh (Ariyon Bakare) finds alien life in the dirt, and watches in amazement as the cells grow and cooperate to create an interactive jellyfish-like creature, which schoolchildren on Earth name Calvin. Infectious disease doctors David and Miranda (Jake Gyllenhaal and Rebecca Ferguson) are concerned that this life-form remains contained in the lab. So Captain Kat (Olga Dihovichnaya) and technicians Roy and Sho (Ryan Reynolds and Hiroyuki Sanada) set out to lock things down. But of course, this proves trickier than they thought it would be.
What follows is, unsurprisingly, a stalker slasher movie in which the crew members go down one by one. Calvin is a quick learner, and grows into a seriously menacing creature, complete with the silly addition of a kind of evil digital face. It also gets a few corny point of view camera angles. But mainly Espinosa holds his nerve, maintaining a believable sense of the science and the setting as things get increasingly out of control. Each terrifying set piece is followed by a brief moment of silence in which the characters (and audience) catch their breath. This also allows them to add one back story detail per person, in an attempt to stir up some emotional connection. But it doesn't really matter once the violent mayhem kicks into gear again.
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The actress marched in New York City on Saturday.
Blake Lively has written a moving post on Instagram, explaining why she decided to take part in the Women’s March in New York City on Saturday.
The actress shared a photo of herself on Instagram posing beside a little girl in a wheelchair holding a sign which read, "Let's make American kind again,” and explained that as a mom of two girls, the march was particularly important to her.
Yet another award ceremony for this Marvel adventure.
The nominations for theatrical and documentary screenplays have been announced for the 69th Writers Guild of America Awards, with 'Deadpool' leading as one of the strong contenders for Best Adapted Screenplay. Based on the 'X-Men' comic book series, the movie was a critically acclaimed smash last year.
Deadpool lands Writers Guild of America Award nomination
'Deadpool' has added yet another nomination to its growing list of recognition. While also being up for Best Motion Picture and with star Ryan Reynolds up for Best Performance by an Actor at the 2017 Golden Globes, the Marvel comedy is also nominated for two People's Choice Awards, a Jupiter Award and a Casting Society of America prize.
Reynolds has previously said that his 'Deadpool' role caused him a great deal of stress and anxiety before the film was released.
Ryan Reynolds has credited his wife Blake Lively for keeping him “sane” during the most stressful and difficult periods of his career, particularly as he prepared for Deadpool, the actor has said in a new interview.
The 40 year old actor has been nominated for the Golden Globes for his role as the masked anti-hero, in what is his first major awards nomination in the Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) category. He has recently won the Critics’ Choice Award for the same role, a good indicator that he’ll be scooping more prizes in the near future.
However, the Wade Wilson / Deadpool role caused Reynolds a great deal of anxiety long before this, aggravating a condition he’s battled for his whole life.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Says Blake Lively Kept Him "Sane" Through Anxiety Attacks
A report by The Wrap had suggested that Deadpool would be making a cameo appearance in 'Logan' - but Reynolds squashed the rumour on Twitter.
Sorry, Deadpool fans – it looks as if recent reports that Ryan Reynolds’ masked anti-hero will not be making an appearance in the forthcoming movie Logan after all, with the actor himself taking to Twitter to squash the rumours.
On Wednesday (December 28th), a report by movie website The Wrap suggested that Reynolds had donned his mask to shoot a scene for the new film, which is due out in March 2017.
However, the Canadian actor responded to a fan who asked him directly on Twitter whether the rumours were true. “Sadly, not true. Prisoner 24601 is on a solo mission,” he wrote, referring to the movie’s star Hugh Jackman’s prisoner number when he played Jean Valjean in the movie version of Les Miserables.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Has NOT Filmed A Scene As Deadpool For 'Logan' Movie
The couple's second daughter, a sibling for two-year-old James, arrived back in October.
Days after Ryan Reynolds introduced his two infant daughters to the world when he brought the family to his Hollywood Walk of Fame star unveiling earlier this week, it’s been rumoured that he and wife Blake Lively have named the newest little one Ines.
The couple are very guarded about details of their family life, but Us Weekly reported on Wednesday (December 21st) that their youngest daughter, whom they welcomed back in October, is called Ines. Reps for the couple have not yet confirmed this, however.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds And Blake Lively's Second Daughter's Name Revealed
The actor has finally received a star on the Hollywood Boulevard.
Ryan Reynolds celebrated his receipt of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week by introducing his daughters to the public officially for the first time. He and Blake Lively brought along their daughter James, and their newest daughter whose name we are still yet to discover.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds reunited with their family
It was a family affair on the Hollywood Boulevard yesterday (December 15th 2016), with 'Deadpool' star Ryan Reynolds accepting his Walk of Fame star with wife Blake - who was absolutely stunning in a blue Atelier Versace dress - and his 2-year-old and 2-month-old daughters.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Brings His Whole Family To Walk Of Fame Ceremony
He dedicates his Entertainer of the Year award to sick kids.
Ryan Reynolds proved that he has a serious side to him when he accepted the Entertainer of the Year Award this weekend at the Critics' Choice Awards where he also won Best Actor in a Comedy and was nominated for Best Actor in an Action Movie. He dedicated his gong to kids with cancer.
Ryan Reynolds' Critics' Choice speech was pretty adorable
The 'Deadpool' star won Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year at the 22nd annual Critics' Choice Awards last night (December 11th 2016) but took the opportunity to take the spotlight off himself for a while and onto all the children who are suffereing from cancer and other illnesses in hospital.
The two actors married in 2012 and have two daughters together.
Speaking to GQ magazine, the actor described how the couple enjoyed a dance together at an empty New York restaurant and in that moment he knew things were real with Blake.
Ryan Reynolds has revealed when he knew Blake Lively was ‘the one’
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Reveals When He Knew Blake Lively Was 'The One'
Blake Lively appears to have forgiven him.
It's safe to say that Blake Lively cannot trust hubby Ryan Reynolds to keep a secret. The actor confirmed that his 4-week-old second child was a girl during his appearance on 'Conan' this week, and thus suffered the wrath of his secretive wife. Top marks for his apology though.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have another daughter
Two weeks ago, the 'Deadpool' star posted a very much not unusual joke about his parenthood issues on Twitter, but this time he revealed way too much information than he was allowed to. To make matters worse, he then categorically confirmed that he had two daughters to Conan O'Brien on Wednesday (November 2nd 2016), quipping about the oestrogen levels in his house.
The actor went on 'Conan' with a new love story proposition.
It's not exactly Nicholas Sparks but it'll do. Ryan Reynolds and Conan O'Brien shared a very enthusiastic smooch during a skit on TBS' 'Conan' where the actor was pretending to promote his new film 'The Notebook 2'. Gotta say, stellar acting from both of them.
Ryan Reynolds makes out with Conan
'Deadpool' star Ryan played a game on 'Conan' where he would read out something he was promoting and everyone had to guess whether or not it was real. They ranged from ham underwear and a new documentary called 'Dolphins And How To Stop Them', to parenting book '10 Easy Steps To Lower Your Child's Self-Esteem' and children's song album 'Civil War Wound Sing-Along'. But the main event was his latest movie 'The Notebook 2'.
Swift enjoyed a Halloween party with her squad.
Taylor Swift’s been keeping a pretty low profile in the couple of months since she and Tom Hiddleston split, but if there’s one thing that’ll always bring her out of hiding, it’s a public holiday, and this Halloween she went out on the town in style – dressed in Ryan Reynolds’ actual Deadpool costume.
The 27 year old singer and her star-studded squad made a great night of it on Monday, as she and her pals got together in New York for a party, capturing the moment on Instagram.
On board the International Space Station, a group of astronauts and scientists are risking their lives in order to study various outer worldly scenarios. When the team are sent a pod by an exploration vessel based on a planet Mars, the delivery process is risky but the skilled engineers manage to intercept the pod with little issue.
As the team re-group and begin to investigate the findings of the mission, not one of the crew members expects what has been delivered to them. The team of six unbelievably find that the Mars rover has found a form of life. A primitive large single cell; without expecting to, the team appear to have just proven that life on other planets is possible and they're the first ones to see exactly what it is.
Lead by a British scientist, the team quarantine the sample and begin to culture and nurture it in a bid to discover what the cell is part of. Everyone on the Space Station is overwhelmed and equally intrigued by the discovery and the secrets it holds but as they soon realise, the lifeform is far more dangerous than any of them could ever comprehended and it soon wishes to take over its new host.
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The actor let slip during a tweet that referenced his "daughter"
Hollywood superstar couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds recently welcomed their second child on September 16 but have yet to reveal any details about the new born. However, it seems the Deadpool actor may have slipped up and told the Twitter world he’s the daddy of a new baby girl.
Fans believe that the couple now have two daughters
The 39-year-old actor and his Gossip Girl wife already have a little girl called James who will turn two in December.
Continue reading: Has Ryan Reynolds Had A Second Daughter?
And Taylor Swift has already paid the little one a visit!
The superstar couple are already parents to daughter James, who was born in December 2014.
Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds have welcomed their second child.
Continue reading: Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Welcome Second Child
The actress came under criticism in May, after she captioned an Instagram pic, ‘L.A. face with an Oakland booty’.
Blake Lively has spoken out about her minor Instagram controversy last month, when she came under fire after captioning an Instagram post, ‘L.A. face with an Oakland booty’, a line from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s 1992 hit ‘Baby Got Back’.
Blake Lively has spoken about her ‘Oakland Booty’ controversy.
Speaking on SiriusXM's Sway in the Morning show Lively said: "It's something I was proud of. I never meant to offend anyone.” After the backlash Lively was defended by Sir Mix-a-lot himself, something which meant a lot to the actress.
Connor McGrath had met the ‘Deadpool’ star through the Make-a-Wish foundation.
Actor Ryan Reynolds has paid a touching tribute to a 13-year-old Deadpool fan, who sadly lost his battle with cancer earlier this week. Conor McGrath met the actor though the Make-A-Wish Foundation three years ago and was first person to see Deadpool, earlier this year.
Ryan Reynolds has posted a tribute to a 13-year-old Deadpool fan who died from cancer.
On Facebook the actor wrote: ‘For three straight years, my friend, Connor McGrath drop-kicked cancer... Not sure how... Maybe the cancer cheated... But the fight came to an end two nights ago….Connor was 13. But this kid... He was smart. He was funny. And not just funny 'for a kid' - or funny 'for a person battling something awful'. He was unqualified funny. He had that... thing.’
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Pays Tribute To 13-Year-Old Cancer Patient
The Hollywood couple are apparently pregnant again.
There's happiness all round as it's announced that Blake Lively is pregnant with her second child with husband Ryan Reynolds; news that comes in the wake of Eva Mendes' and Ryan Gosling's similarly happy news today (April 15th 2016) regarding their second pregnancy. So many Hollywood babies!
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are apparently pregnant again
This could be a false alarm, however, as it isn't apparent that a rep has made a statement in regards to Lively and Reynolds' happy news, but Us Magazine have 'exclusively confirmed' that the joyful tidings are true. 'Blake is absolutely thrilled and so is Ryan', a source 'close to the actress' told People Magazine.
Continue reading: Are Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Set To Welcome Baby Number Two?
Almost criminally entertaining, this preposterous thriller mixes buckets of humour and emotion into the violent, twisty action. And Kevin Costner gets his best role in years, a remarkably complex character who's unpredictable and thoroughly engaging. So even as the story grows increasingly ridiculous, the film remains both gripping and a lot of fun.
It's set in London, where hot CIA operative Bill (Ryan Reynolds) is on the trail of an evil anarchist (Jordi Molla) when he's captured, tortured and killed. To stop an imminent attack, the CIA chief Wells (Gary Oldman) needs to know what Bill was working on. So he calls in scientist Franks (Tommy Lee Jones), who has been experimenting with transferring memories from brain to brain in animals. For his first human trial, he copies Bill's dying memories into the only suitable brain available on such short notice: psycho killer Jericho (Kevin Costner), who's serving a death sentence in prison. And now Jericho is desperate to sort out the chaos in his head.
Director Ariel Vromen (The Iceman) keeps everything moving so briskly that there isn't time to stop and think about how silly the premise is. All of these characters act on their basest impulses, never thinking through anything before they charge into the next situation. Viewers who try to make sense of the plot, or of London's geography, will find their brains aching like Jericho's. So it's better to just hang on and enjoy the ride. The film's edgy, urgent tone adds the illusion of depth amid the mindlessly brutal violence, while the formidable cast adds weight to a variety of rather thinly drawn characters, from Oldman's bluster to Jones' wry wit. Only Costner gets some real depth to play with, and Jericho is constantly surprising, mixing a killer instinct with brainy invention and some properly dark emotions. His scenes with Gal Gadot (as Bill's wife) are unnervingly tense and moving.
Continue reading: Criminal Review
Never forget that Batman was once Daredevil and Deadpool was once The Green Lantern.
When Ben Affleck was announced as taking the role of Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, many comic book fans rolled their eyes. It wasn’t necessarily because they disliked Affleck, it was more because there was still a bad taste in their mouths from 2003’s Daredevil. But as Ryan Reynolds proved earlier this year, redemption in the world of superhero movies is entirely possible and these actors have certainly repented for their past comic book sins.
Ben Affleck: Daredevil to Batman
Ben Affleck in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Everyone's favourite categories have a few surprises.
The MTV Movie Award nominees are upon us and with it a few more stars that haven't yet been recognised for their 2015 efforts at the major film events so far. Of course, we went straight to the Best Fight and Best Kiss list - and we weren't disappointed.
Leonardo Dicaprio can take on any bear
Of course, the number one contender for Best Fight is Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, who's character Hugh Glass fought a bear in 'The Revenant'; a jaw-dropping scene for anyone who got chance to see it at theaters. But then you've got Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa and Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky in 'Mad Max: Fury Road' which was pretty intense, with the former putting up a damn good fight against the ultimately glorious latter. More girl on guy action came with 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' - Rey (Daisy Ridley) vs. Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) - which actually leads the list with 10 nominations.
Ryan Reynolds' foul mouth ant-hero is breaking records all over the globe.
Deadpool is on top of the US box office for the second week running and the movie looks set to continue breaking records worldwide. The superhero flick, starring Ryan Reynolds, grossed $55 million domestically in its second weekend, to bring its North American total to $235.4 million in just nine days of release.
Deadpool is breaking box office records worldwide.
The movie now looks set to become the highest grossing R-rated movie in history, according to The Hollywood Reporter eclipsing The Matrix Reloaded which took $742.1 million in 2003. It’s already the fasted R-rated movie to pass the $200 million mark at the box office and has also beaten Fifty Shades of Grey, which was released last year.
Continue reading: R-Rated Superhero Movie 'Deadpool' Smashes Box Office Records
The ‘Golden Girl’ gave the X-rated superhero movie a glowing review, even dropping a few f-bombs of her own.
Betty White, the 94-year-old ‘Golden Girls’ legend, knows exactly what movie we should all be checking out this weekend, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool. The actress has given the foul-mouth superhero flick a glowing (and explicit) review on her Facebook page in a hilarious video, giving it ‘four Golden Girls’.
Continue reading: Here’s What Betty White Thought Of 'Deadpool': Warning NSFW
After his starring turn in The Green Lantern tanked at the box office, critics were surprised that Ryan Reynolds was pushing for a solo movie based on his Deadpool character from another flop, 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Not only does Reynolds have no regrets about The Green Lantern, but he felt strongly that Deadpool hadn't been given a fair shake in the Wolverine movie. So as a producer, Reynolds set out to make a stand-alone Deadpool film that stuck to the anarchic tone of the comics, starting with a strong script by Rob Liefeld and Rhett Reese and a dedicated director in Tim Miller. But the project got stuck in development for six long years.
"Honestly, I've got to give credit to Tim there, because he kept the faith in a way that I didn't," Reynolds says. "There was a time where I thought, 'I've just got to let it go.' It was like the worst relationship I'd ever been in. It was on-off, on-off. Then we created this test footage that I thought spoke volumes about the character and what we could do with it."
Continue reading: Deadpool Was Ryan Reynolds' Passion Project
Both the filmmakers and the characters on-screen are so pleased with themselves that this might just be the smuggest movie ever made. Thankfully, it's also very funny. It's a passion project for actor-producer Ryan Reynolds, who throws himself fully into his role as a snarky mercenary who becomes an indestructible superhero with nothing to lose. And in addition to a constant stream of irreverent humour, he underscores the film's snarkiness with some real emotion.
Reynolds plays Wade, a thug for hire who works out of a bar run by his comical pal Weasel (T.J. Miller), and when he meets fellow mercenary Vanessa (Morena Baccarin), it's love at first sight. The feisty pair match each other with sharp tongues and brutal physicality, but their romance is shaken when Wade is secretly diagnosed with end-stage cancer. His only hope lies in a shady treatment from the ropey Ajax (Ed Skrein) and his sidekick Angel Dust (Gina Carano), which turns out to literally be torture. Sure, it cures his cancer and sparks his innate mutant healing power, but it leaves him hideously scarred. As he sets out to get revenge, two young X-Men (Brianna Hildebrand's Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Stefan Kapcic's Colossus) try to recruit him to their cause. And Wade, now known as Deadpool, tries to work up the nerve to show Vanessa what's left of him.
All of this is revealed early on, as Wade's back-story is recounted in a series of flashbacks in the middle of a massive opening action sequence. And once we're caught up, the story heads into a succession of massive climactic action sequences. Fortunately, there are some quieter moments in between that are both hilarious and involving. Reynolds effortlessly bridges the film's wild mood swings. His sassy attitude and feisty physicality feed cleverly into his riveting chemistry with Baccarin, whose character starts off strongly before dissolving into the standard hackneyed girlfriend role.
Continue reading: Deadpool Review
The former Sexiest Man Alive is enjoying being dad to 13-month-old daughter James.
People magazine have declared Ryan Reynolds the Sexiest Dad Alive on this week’s cover, ahead of the release of his new comic book movie Deadpool. Reynolds and wife Blake Lively welcomed daughter James last year and the 39-year-old couldn't be happier being a dad to his little girl.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds: “Having A Daughter Was A Dream Come True”
His baby daughter James was so freaked out every time she saw her father dressed as Deadpool, things would get extremely messy...
Ryan Reynolds says that his Deadpool make-up terrified his baby daughter James so much that every time she saw him in character, she would need a diaper change.
Hitting the red carpet with his wife Blake Lively for the first time since they became parents 13 months ago, Reynolds was speaking to People at a fan screening of Deadpool on Monday evening (February 8th).
The 39 year old actor, and former Sexiest Man Alive winner, spends much of the new Marvel movie behind a superhero mask as his character is horribly disfigured after botched medical experimentation. While his wife said the image of him as Deadpool wouldn’t change her impression of him, Reynolds said that his daughter most definitely didn’t feel the same way.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Says His 'Deadpool' Make-Up Terrified His Daughter
The new Marvel movie hits theaters on Friday.
It's probably one of the most refreshing new superhero films since 'Guardians of the Galaxy', removing that cheesy overlay of a typical Marvel flick and introducing the anti-hero of all anti-heroes. And Ryan Reynolds does it utterly flawlessly.
Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool
The Super Bowl 50 saw a great many of new trailers for the year's most exciting upcoming films, and 'Deadpool' was one of them. It's set to be the most stand-out superhero movie of the year which would be quite the feat given the competition from the likes of 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Doctor Strange'.
Continue reading: Deadpool Checks In At The Super Bowl Ahead Of Friday Premiere
In January, Chinese authorities announced that 'Deadpool', starring Reynolds in the lead, wouldn't be getting a theatrical release.
Following the news that his new movie Deadpool will not be getting a release in China because of what authorities deemed as unacceptable levels of violence, nudity and obscene language, Ryan Reynolds has a strongly worded message for the Chinese censors.
While speaking to Digital Spy, the 39 year old star was asked whether he had anything to say about the situation. Adopting his best movie trailer voiceover impression, he replied: “In a world divided by fear, one man must stand alone – Deadpool, rated f*** you, you’ll never see this.”
Ryan Reynolds isn't happy that 'Deadpool' won't be released in China
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds' Message To 'Deadpool' Censors In China - "F*** You"
Blake Lively’s 'Preserve.us' site will close on 9th October.
Blake Lively is shutting down her lifestyle and clothing website, Preserve.us. The 28-year-old Gossip Girl actor and wife of Ryan Reynolds announced the news during a recent interview. She is planning on rebranding and the relaunching the site.
Blake Lively appearing on Good Morning America in April 2015.
Avengers star Scarlett Johansson talks parenthood and marriage in a new interview.
As one of the most famous actresses in the world, Scarlett Johansson is used to an exciting, fast-paced life in the world of celebrity, but in a new interview with Parade Magazine, she reveals her biggest joy is spending time with her baby daughter Rose Dorothy.
Scarlett Johansson attends the UK premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron
She told the magazine, "When I’m just hanging out with her and we’re doing silly stuff and if I make her laugh, the feeling of joy I have is explosive. If I can make her laugh and she gets a big smile on her face, that’s pretty much it. If only you could actually bottle that and carry it around."
Continue reading: Scarlett Johansson On The Joy Of Being A Mother
Helen Mirren's "great ambition" is to star in a 'Fast and Furious' movie.
Helen Mirren is not a woman to turn down difficult roles. She has, after all, played three different Queens of the United Kingdom and, in a voice part, the Queen of Egypt. Yet there is nothing 69-year-old Mirren would like more than to star in a Fast and Furious film and do her own driving stunts.
Helen Mirren would love to be in a Fast and Furious movie.
The couple had stayed quite on their daughter’s name since welcoming baby James last December.
After months of speculation, new dad Ryan Reynolds has finally confirmed his baby daughter’s name as James, in an interview with The Today Show. During the sit down the actor put an end to all the rumours surrounding the name of his daughter with wife Blake Lively, even joking about some of the suggestions he’d heard.
New parents Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Reynolds first laughed at his previous quip that his daughter was named Excalibur Anaconda Reynolds, before joking that the baby girl was instead called Butternut Summersquash.
Although it was heavily reported that the Hollywood A-Listers named their baby daughter Violet, the first-time father recently revealed that this isn't the truth!
Ryan Reynolds and his actress wife Blake Lively, who tied the knot in September 2012, welcomed their first child into the world over the Christmas holidays, but the new parents have been very private about the details surrounding their baby daughter.
Reynolds and Lively welcomed their first child over the Christmas holidays
However, shortly after news broke that Lively gave birth, many reports began speculating as to what their daughter's name could be and some even claimed to have been told that the Hollywood A-Listers called her Violet.
It's a very happy New Year for Blake and Ryan Reynolds.
We offer our biggest congratulations to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds as they begin their New Year by welcoming their first child into the world, after the pair announced they were expecting back in October 2014.
Congratulations Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Lively and Reynolds greeted their bundle of joy at the end of December after arriving at a facility near their Bedford, New York home. Reports reveal that the birth was slightly premature, though both mother and baby are still doing well.
Continue reading: Blake Lively Kicks Off The New Year With The Birth Of Her First Child
With 'The Captive' having finally arrived in US cinemas, it's worth taking a look at what Ryan Reynold's latest film is all about.
'The Captive' is the latest film from Atom Egoyan, known for 1997's 'The Sweet Hereafter', 1994's 'Exotica' and 2005's 'Where the Truth Lies'. The story follows Reynolds character after he finds his daughter has gone missing. After pulling into the wrong diner at the wrong time, Matthew (Ryan Reynolds) returns to his car to find his daughter Cass (Alexia Fast) no longer there. His wife, Tina (Mireille Enos) blames him for the disappearance. When the police become involved, they steadily uncover a dark mystery surrounding the case.
'The Captive' stars Ryan Raynolds.
Mireille Enos recently starred alongside Brad Pitt as his character's wife in 2013's 'World War Z'. She has also appeared in 'Gangster Squad', and has had a starring role in 'The Killing' since 2011. In 'The Captive', she once again portrays a mother and wife, desperately trying to protect her child. Alexia Fast, who plays the daughter of Enos and Reynold's characters, is probably best known for appearing the 2012 Tom Cruise film 'Jack Reacher'. She also portrayed a leading role in the television series 'Manhattan' and her work in 'The Captive' earned the film its Joey Award.
Matthew is a typical loving father who takes a day trip with his young daughter Cassandra in his truck, stopping off at a roadside diner along the way to pick up pie for lunch. He's only gone a few minutes but by the time he returns to his vehicle he discovers that Cass is gone. She's nowhere to be found, and to make matters worse, when he reports her disappearance as an abduction to the police he is the first suspect in the case. The incident puts a deep strain on his marriage to her mother Tina, who doesn't know whether to blame him for letting her out of his sight or suspect his involvement herself. Some years later, they are still searching, but when detectives Nicole and Jeffrey find new leads, Matthew becomes determined to find out exactly where his daughter is being held.
Continue: The Captive Trailer
Ryan Reynolds is to play Deadpool in a new movie coming in 2016.
Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as Deadpool from the 2009 movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine in a standalone movie for Fox-Marvel. Reynolds, who previously portrayed the Green Lantern in the 2011 flop, announced the news on Twitter.
Ryan Reynolds will play Deadpool in Fox-Marvel's 2016 movie
Reynolds posted an image of his Deadpool character, made up from bullet cartridges with the caption "it's chimichanga time" - in reference to the hero's favourite food.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds To Play Deadpool After Green Lantern Nightmare
There's no doubt about it, Blake Lively always looks gorgeous. But now the actress, expecting her first child with husband Ryan Reynolds, seems even more stunningly beautiful! If you don't believe it's even possible, check out the pictures for yourself!
Blake Lively glowed as she took to the red carpet on Thursday (16th October) and showed off her growing baby bump. The 27-year-old actress appeared at the 2014 God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards ceremony in New York.
Blake Lively looked radiant at the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards.
As Venice Film Festival closes, Toronto takes the spotlight, complete with starry red carpets. Cameras catch Zac Efron filming in L.A. and the Criminal set in East London. There's also a glimpse of Lava and trailers for Night at the Museum 3 and Horrible Bosses 2...
The Venice Film Festival came to a close this week with a flurry of star-studded premieres and the glitzy awards ceremony. Al Pacino was on hand with his film Manglehorn, Owen Wilson premiered his new comedy She's Funny That Way, Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon walked the red carpet for 99 Homes, and Ethan Hawke and January Jones turned up for the screening of Good Kill.
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The film also stars Tatiana Maslany, Daniel Brühl, Charles Dance and Max Irons and tells the true story of a women attepting to reclaim her heritage and identity, while seeking justice for what happened to her family during The Second World War.
Helen Mirren plays Jewish refugee Maria Altmann who went up against the Austrian government in order to take back a series of Gustav Klimt paintings that had been stolen from her family by the Nazis. Reynolds has taken on the role of Maria's lawyer, Randy Schoenberg, who fights the case for her although he knows little about art.
It's official: the original cast will be back for Episode VII, along with high-profile newcomers. Sundance London and Tribeca premiere movies for Ryan Reynolds, Keira Knightley, Michael B Jordan, Emma Watson and more. Neighbors premieres in Los Angeles. And new trailers promise emotion, comedy and embarrassment...
Of course the biggest movie news this week was the official announcement that Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher will be back for Star Wars Episode VII, along with the performers behind C-3PO, R2-D2 and Chewbacca. Newcomers to the saga include Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, John Boyega, Andy Serkis, Max Von Sydow and Daisy Ridley. JJ Abrams starts filming this month in London. For all the cast info and to see the, now infamous, first cast reading photo for Star Wars Episode VII click here.
This past week in London, the Sundance London Film and Music Festival took place with a flurry of filmmakers and stars attending, including Ryan Reynolds and Gemma Arterton, who were on hand to present their offbeat serial killer black comedy The Voices. Browse our arrivals gallery for 'The Voices' screening at Sundance London.
Blake Lively eats chocolate and manages to maintain her perfect figure! The actress has recently become the face of L'Oreal Paris and discussed her new role representing the cosmetics brand with Vogue Paris.
Blake Lively, former Gossip Girl actress and wife of Ryan Reynolds, has a figure women worldwide would - and do- pay money for. Yet the 26-year-old actress has an unusual secret for acquiring her figure: to shun the gym and eat chocolate!
Blake Lively eats chocolate everyday.
Lively appears in November's edition of Vogue Paris which asked her a number of questions on her lifestyle and her signing with L'Oreal Paris.
The ingredients are all here, but this mash-up of Ghost with Men in Black is a painful misfire, neither funny nor engaging on any level. Even usually fine actors like Bridges and Bacon are left with nothing to do, while Reynolds strains to be the straight guy in a comedy that never raises a smile. And we can feel the filmmakers straining to crank up the wackiness at every turn.
Set in Boston, the story begins when young police detective Nick (Reynolds) refuses to join in a dirty deal proposed by his partner Bobby (Bacon), who then shoots him in cold blood. In the afterlife, Nick is recruited by a manager (Parker) into the Rest In Peace Department, protecting humanity from ghosts who have escaped judgement. His new partner is Wild West sheriff Roy (Bridges), who is reluctant to break the rules when Nick decides to investigate his own death to help protect his widow (Szostak) from Bobby's nefarious plan.
Yes, the plot is so in-grown that it never takes off, circling around a handful of characters even though it involves bringing about the end of humanity. Of course it does. These kinds of movies couldn't have stories that make any sense, and filmmakers can't resist making the ghosts goofy, rubbery cartoons rather than characters who are actually scary or interesting. The excessive use of digital effects makes the whole movie feel desperate as it strains for both laughs and teary emotion, but it gets neither.
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As a child, Michael and his father Charles have had a tense relationship. Charles would lash out at Michael for breaking the rules; once even attempting to hit him with a baseball bat when he intervened in a fight between Charles and his wife Lisa. Another time, Charles was made to walk home in the rain after claiming to have lost his glasses.
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While Dave (Bateman) has become a successful lawyer, complete with gorgeous wife Jamie (Mann) and three kids, his childhood friend Mitch (Reynolds) is living like a slacker with a string of random women. One night they wish they had each other's life and the next morning they wake up in each other's skin.
Of course, after the initial wackiness, Mitch is going to have to learn how to take Dave's responsibilities seriously, while Dave will need to discover how to relax and live a little. But how can they return to their own bodies?
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Mitch and Dave were the best of friends when they were younger but over the years, they have slowly grown apart. After running into each other on a night out, both men are jealous of the other's lives. Mitch is single and lives on his own, with a number of beautiful women for his pleasure. Dave meanwhile, has a modest pay check from working at a high status law firm, a beautiful wife, Jamie and three adorable kids, whom Mitch likens to 'mini drug addicts'.
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Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as Wade Wilson in a Deadpool spin-off film to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, it has been announced.
The wisecracking mercenary is one of the most popular characters in the X-Men comics and a potential Deadpool spin-off had been mooted when Reynolds was cast in the role.
And after Fox announced it was commencing pre-production on a sequel to box office smash X-Men Origins: Wolverine, it has also been revealed that a Deadpool film is now in active development.
Nicknamed the 'Merc with a Mouth', Deadpool was born Wade Wilson and like fellow mutant Wolverine, saw his future irrevocably changed by enrolling in the shady Weapon X military programme.
After submitting himself to Weapon X in a bid to cure his terminal cancer, Wilson emerges as Deadpool, a mentally unstable mercenary with similar healing powers to Wolverine.
According to MTV.com, the Deadpool film will be a "complete exploration of this unique character his origins, his emergence as the Merc with the Mouth".
Writers are currently being sought for the Deadpool film with Reynolds returning to a role he was seemingly destined to play after Deadpool was once described in the comics as a cross between a "Shar Pei and Ryan Reynolds".
X-Men Origins: Wolverine topped the UK box office on Tuesday, having earned over $85 million in its opening weekend in the US.
Continue reading: Reynolds To Return As Deadpool For X-men Spin-off
In The In-Laws (based on the 1979 film of the same name), like most other Michael Douglas vehicles, his gaunt face is rarely off the camera. Wisely, director Andrew Fleming inserts a hilarious Albert Brooks as the perfect remedy for Douglas's self-absorption.
Continue reading: The In-Laws (2003) Review
Buddy "Aces" Israel (Jeremy Piven) is a Vegas card sharp come gangster and former member of the La Cosa Nostra (LCN), one of the largest criminal organizations in the United States. In exchange for a vanishing act with Witness Protection, Israel (who is currently hiding out in the penthouse of The Nomad Casino in Lake Tahoe with his posse of bodyguards and hookers), has agreed to testify against his former mentor, Primo Sparazza, and the LCN.
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Now the studios have commissioned a straight-ahead remake.After all, why go to the bother of writing new stories, or for that matter,coming up with material for another sequel? This way no one needs to thinkof anything at all.
Written by Scott Kosar (the 2003 "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"remake), the new "Amityville Horror" begins in 1974 with a flashbackto the catalyst murders, steeped in darkness and lit by intermittent, flickeringflashes of lightning.
A year later, the Lutz family moves into the creepy housewith the big eye-like windows. George (RyanReynolds) is the second husband of Kathy (MelissaGeorge), who has three children from a previous marriage.
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Have campus comedies really reached the point where fashionable, ante-upping gross-out gags are obligatory? I mean, do we really need a movie in which bulldog semen is served in pastries to unsuspecting frat jerks?
I ask only because "National Lampoon's Van Wilder" has such hilariously droll dialogue and such a witty, charismatic lead in Ryan Reynolds (of TV's "Two Guys and a Girl") that it's just bursting with untapped crafty comic energy that has been redirected toward the lowest of the lowbrow.
Reynolds emits an aura of smarmy charm in the title role of consummate collegiate slacker Van Wilder who, after seven years as Big Man On Campus and $40,000 in tuition, has been cut off by his fed-up father (played by Tim Matheson in one of the flick's many nods to "Animal House").
Continue reading: National Lampoon's Van Wilder Review
With its overblown script striving for maximum wackiness and cheap laughs, the espionage-and-matrimony comedy "The In-Laws" walks a thin line between funny and dumb in an inebriated stupor. Butt-crack gags and unlikely explosions are the order of the day. But a threesome of smarter-than-the-screenplay comedic performances keep the flick punchy enough to earn fairly steady smiles.
Albert Brooks stars as an anxiety-ridden podiatrist who considers a little foot fungus one of the most dangerous things in the world. Needless to say, he's in way over his head when, while trying to micro-manage his daughter's wedding plans, he stumbles onto a covert operation of international intrigue being led by the father of the groom (Michael Douglas), a loose-cannon undercover CIA agent.
Brooks provides a running narrative of amusing neuroses as he's knocked out and dragged along on a mission so he doesn't blow Douglas's cover as the screwy spook tries to prevent an effeminate French arms dealer (David Suchet) from selling a stolen nuclear stealth submarine. With masked insanity in his eyes and caffeine in his bloodstream, Douglas rides a comically uneven keel as the obnoxious daredevil spy of questionable sanity who does everything by the seat of his pants, including trying to negotiate with bad guys in a restaurant bathroom while having his first dinner with his future in-laws.
Continue reading: The In-Laws Review
There is a key to good'n'stupid lowbrow comedy that few lowbrow moviemakers understand, and it is this: If you have a thin but serviceable premise upon which to build cheap, vulgar, tasteless, but side-splitting dumb gags, don't slap together some insipid story clogged with clichés to prop it up -- just run with what you've got.
Don't turn your movie into Adam Sandler or Rob Schneider fodder, full of insulting attempts to make audiences genuinely feel for your imbecile heroes and wishy-washy life lessons for your stock characters to learn in the last act. Don't be an "American Pie" and backpedal on your vulgarity at the last minute with a hypocritical-apology "happy" ending.
Instead, be proudly, shamelessly, flippantly stupid, like "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," in which two recent-grad, odd-couple roommates don't discover anything about themselves, they never see any "bigger picture," and they don't grow up at all. They just get stoned out of their gourds on a Friday night, develop the munchies for those famous square hamburgers from the titular eastern-U.S. fast food joint, and spend the rest of the picture having preposterous misadventures while driving all over New Jersey hunting for the nearest franchise location.
Continue reading: Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle Review
A gratuitous wise-cracking sidekick and a tummy-baring, tight-top-wearing eye-candy vampire hunter have been added to the cast of the sequel "Blade: Trinity," but it's the gal (Jessica Biel) who gets most of the laughs, albeit unintentionally, with her lethargic, ludicrously inept kung-fu fighting.
Playing the hitherto unknown hottie daughter of Whistler (Kris Kristofferson) -- that crusty veteran of the underground vampire wars who is mentor to the titular half-vamp Wesley Snipes in all three "Blade" pictures -- Biel can't swing a convincing punch or kick to save her life.
But giving Biel a run for her money as the movie's most absurd character is ironic indie-flick darling Parker Posey, disastrously cast against type as the leader of yet another tiresome uber-Goth vampire faction that pouts around in skyscraper hideouts when they're not busy reviving their millennia-old master.
Continue reading: Blade: Trinity Review
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