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Via the wonders of motion capture technology, Reynolds will play a crime-solving version of the iconic Pokemon character.
Ryan Reynolds will be starring as Detective Pikachu in a live-action spin-off movie from the Pokemon franchise, it has been reported.
According to an article in Variety on Wednesday (December 6th), the 41 year old star of Deadpool has signed on to play the iconic Pokemon character in Detective Pikachu, a live-action movie that acts as an adjunct to the popular video game.
Reynolds will be playing the titular role via motion capture technology, in a film that will also star Justice Smith, who will be seen in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and 'Big Little Lies' actress Kathryn Newton.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds To Play 'Detective Pikachu' In New Pokemon Film
Because what are husbands for?
Husbands are great, generally. But when they post pictures of you on social media looking your absolute worst, it's enough to make you think about divorce. Indeed, funny man Ryan Reynolds did just to his spouse Blake Lively, though we suspect she found it hilarious.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively at the Met Gala
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.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Gives A Glimpse Of Blake Lively Looking Her Worst
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.
Ryan Reynolds will return as anti-hero Deadpool next year
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.
Continue reading: The Hitman's Bodyguard Review
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.
Ryan Reynolds at Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony
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.
An AAA-rated executive protection agent (Ryan Reynolds) is charged with protecting the most wanted hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) in the world. That might seem like a crazy concept - I mean, why would an assassin need a bodyguard? - but as it turns out, he's quite the liability. He's impulsive, volatile and damn rude, and very likely to get them both killed. Unfortunately, there's nothing this protection agent can do about his new client; he has to work with him and they must put aside their differences if they want to defeat a ruthless Eastern European dictator (Gary Oldman) and testify at the International Court of Justice. It's a 24 hour rollercoaster ride for these completely contrasting personalities, complete with death defying car chases and reckless escape stunts.
Continue: The Hitmans Bodyguard Trailer
For the sci-fi horror thriller Life, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds team up to play astronauts trying to contain an aggressive alien creature.
The film reunites Reynolds with Deadpool screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. And Gyllenhaal says that the script left him "legitimately terrified". But both actors say they were drawn to the project because it was just a big, fun movie. "It felt like blasphemy that we were having such a good time," Gyllenhaal laughs. "It literally felt wrong that you could have so much fun making a movie that is as terrifying as it is."
On the press tour, they have been putting on a riotously entertaining display of their new bromance. "I love this person as an artist," Reynolds says of Gyllenhaal. "Like, I truly am genuinely a biggest fan. So it's like one of those milestones. You go, 'Oh, I get to work with someone I admire. Someone who does things that I wish I could do.'"
Continue reading: Jake Gyllenhaal And Ryan Reynolds Have Formed A Bromance
The two actors had all eyes on them as Gosling accepted his award.
Gosling beat Reynolds to the award and the Deadpool star consoled himself by smooching Garfield, who also left the awards empty handed after losing out on Best Performance in a Motion Picture Drama to Casey Affleck.
Lively’s one-and-a-half year old daughter has an interesting way of pronouncing certain words.
Blake Lively has revealed that her daughter has already got a bit of a potty mouth, despite being only one-and-a-half years old. Appearing on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’, Lively explained how little James has a NSFW way of pronouncing certain words, which can lead to some embarrassing situations.
Blake Lively’s daughter had some interesting first words.
"She says 'shump' for 'jump,' 'shtand' for 'stand,' and if she wants to sit down, it's ’s**-t,’" Lively explained. "She said, 'Hey, come s**t with me!' She's like, 'Yay, s**t!’” But I'll take that any day over like, when we go to the park and we take off our socks, for some reason she doesn't have her 'sh' for 'socks,' she has a 'c' for ‘socks.”
Continue reading: Blake Lively Reveals Daughter James' Naughty First Words
See the trailer for his new movie.
Ryan Reynolds goes from Deadpool to Dead Operative in his new crime thriller 'Criminal', starring Kevin Costner. While he's not the subject of the medical experiment this time (and doesn't survive into much of the movie), he plays a CIA agent whose mind is lost in the head of a psychotic killer.
Kevin Costner and Gal Gadot star in Criminal
Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner) is one of the most dangerous criminals America has ever seen, with an absolute lack of empathy and no regards for the consequences of his actions. In other words, he is the definition of a psychopath. Thus, that makes him the perfect candidate for a secret government operation - literally. He is forced to take part in one neuroscientist's (Tommy Lee Jones) experiment to transplant the mind of a respected CIA agent (Ryan Reynolds) who is now deceased into his own mind, in a bid to uncover vital information from the agent Bill Pope's incomplete mission.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Goes From Deadpool To Just Dead In 'Criminal'
Bill Pope is a CIA operative who's been recruited to carryout a very special mission. Pope must hide a hugely valuable asset and protect him from the people who are hunting him. Pope manages to hide the asset but is killed in the aftermath. With none of his collegues knowning where the asset is stored they must find a solution to their problem.
Continue: Criminal Trailer
Formerly a soldier in the Special Forces, Wade Wilson finds himself dealt a bad hand when he is diagnosed with cancer in all his major organs. Soon, however, he is approached by a scientist who promises not only to cure him and save his life, but also give him powers beyond humanity. He agrees to undergo their experiments, but it isn't long before he realises that things may have just gone from bad to worse for him. He ends up badly disfigured and extremely unstable, dubbing his new self Deadpool and finds comfort only in his whimsical musings and inappropriate humour. When this fails to satisfy him in the long term, he decides to use his newfound powers to get back at the man who subjected him to those horrific experiments, while enjoying a few killing sprees along the way. Unfortunately, he's not the only deadly supernatural being on this planet, and he's about to discover some real enemies along the way.
Continue: Deadpool Trailer
Ryan Reynolds is clearly loving his time as Deadpool and so are we.
Has an actor ever been more excited to play a part than Ryan Reynolds is for Deadpool? We doubt it. Ever since filming began on the upcoming comic book movie, Reynolds has been getting into character by posting hilarious videos and images of himself online as the offensive superhero. But this Halloween he might just have outdone himself, with his best Deadpool moment yet.
Continue reading: Ryan Reynolds Shows Us How Deadpool Spent Halloween
James C. Reynolds died on October 25th having battled Parkinson's for 20 years, and Reynolds paid tribute to him with a poignant photograph.
Ryan Reynolds has paid tribute to his late father James C. Reynolds, who passed away recently after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, with a touching photograph, also urging his fans to donate to a charity dedicated to curing the condition.
On Wednesday (October 28th), the actor shared a poignant photo via his Twitter account of his father holding him as a baby, with the caption “RIP Pops. James C. Reynolds. 1941-2015”. At the same time, Reynolds put out a request for his fans to consider donating to the Michael J. Fox foundation, a charity that funds research into curing Parkinson’s disease.
Sandra Bullock reminisces about how George Clooney once acted as her wing-man.
Sandra Bullock has revealed how George Clooney once acted as cupid and helped her find a boyfriend. On Monday (26th October), Bullock appeared at the L.A. premiere of her new film, Our Brand Is Crisis, when she detailed how Clooney once helped with her love life.
Sandra Bullock at the L.A. premiere of Our Brand Is Crisis, October 2015.
Continue reading: Sandra Bullock Reveals How George Clooney Once Acted As Her Wingman
As the story snakes south through the United States along the Mississippi River, this movie builds up a bleak, mopey vibe that's difficult to engage with. It's the story of two gambling addicts who think that the answer to all of their problems lies just around the next bend in the river, and it's sharply well written and directed, with astute performances from the lead actors. But it's also relentlessly grim and unsympathetic.
They start their journey in Iowa, where estate agent Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn) is at the end of his rope when he meets cocky gambler Curtis (Ryan Reynolds). There's a spark of recognition between them, as Gerry sees Curtis as himself 10 years younger, thinking maybe he can kickstart his life again. So they hit the road together, heading for a high-stakes poker game in New Orleans. Along the way, they stop to visit Curtis' favourite prostitute (Sienna Miller) in St. Louis and Gerry's bitter ex-wife (Robin Weigert) in Little Rock. And in between, they visit Memphis to win some extra cash. But by the time they reach New Orleans, things are starting to look desperate again.
Continue reading: Mississippi Grind Review
Leighton Meester and Adam Brody are parents to a baby girl!
Leighton Meester at the L.A. premiere of Life Partners in November 2014.
Continue reading: Leighton Meester & Adam Brody Welcome Their First Child Together
Ryan Reynolds was forced to have a “strongly worded” conversation with one of his childhood friends after he discovered he was trying to sell his daughter’s baby pictures.
Ryan Reynolds became a father in December of last year. With broken sleep, it’s a difficult time physically for any new parent but Reynolds also had to contend with an emotional blow when he discovered his childhood friend was trying to make a quick buck by shopping pictures of his new-born daughter to media outlets.
Ryan Reynolds at the San Diego Comic-Con in July 2015.
He also spoke about how he had to cut a close friend out of his life for trying to sell pictures of his daughter James to media outlets.
First time father Ryan Reynolds has been talking about how surprised he is that he and his wife Blake Lively have been dealing with parenthood without the help of a nanny. In a new interview with GQ magazine, the Self/Less star has spoken about his “weirdly endless supply of patience” at night-time baby duties.
It’s been nine months since he and his wife welcomed their daughter James into the world, but the gruelling regime of night-time feedings hasn’t gotten the better of him yet. “I have no problem waking up five times in the middle of the night and changing diapers, and as exhausted as you get, I have this stupid grin on my face all the time,” he said.
Ryan Reynolds gave an interview to GQ
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