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23 October 2017 Posted by

Today is Ryan’s 41st birthday and we here at Ryan Reynolds Fan would love to welcome him a happy birthday. If you would like to, please leave a comment and wish him a Happy Birthday.

14 July 2013 Posted by

Don’t look now, but the 36-year-old Canadian actor may be Hollywood’s most undersung, unpretentious renaissance man. He’s blessed with the wit of an Oscar Wilde (by way of Van Wilder), the looks of a matinee idol (see People‘s Sexiest Man Alive, 2010), and the soul of an artist—albeit one who gets his kicks from postmodern anus art. Isn’t it time we took Ryan Reynolds kinda-sorta seriously?

DETAILS.COM – RYAN REYNOLDS IS STARING AT AN ANUS unlike any other he’s seen in his life, and it’s all my fault. The two of us are standing—in synchronous dumbstruckness—in the foyer of a Berlin art gallery, where we’ve just been greeted by a sculpture of a headless, armless bronze torso prostrated on a pedestal—ass-up, as it were—with its sphincter tied with a pair of what appear to be bronzed sneaker laces. “Wow,” Reynolds finally says, with a low exhalation. “That’s gonna be hard to masturbate to.”

We pivot to our left, where hanging on a wall is a large white canvas on which appear to be, at first glance, several rows of way-oversize fingerprints, as though cribbed from the Incredible Hulk’s arrest-booking record. A rinse of relief washes over me, because the art-gallery tour was my idea—I’d heard Reynolds was an art enthusiast—to spring us from the Berlin hotel where Reynolds has been living for five weeks while shooting the director Marjane Satrapi’s The Voices. I chose this gallery in the Mitte neighborhood because it was walking distance from the hotel and, from the photos on its website, seemed to be hosting an exhibit about motorcycles, another of Reynolds’ favorite subjects. The interview, as I’d imagined it, would be a kind of freewheeling Rorschach test—the jumbo card of fingerprints, for instance, perhaps inspiring Reynolds to talk about his father and brother, the former a onetime cop and the latter a constable with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the 36-year-old actor’s native British Columbia.

But this is not what happens. Rebutting my interpretation of the painting, with the same ominous tone Obi-Wan Kenobi used when informing Luke Skywalker that the Death Star was no moon, Reynolds says, “Those aren’t fingerprints, man. They’re ass prints.”

It requires zero artistic acuity to see that Reynolds is right. Bouncily, he says, “Let’s go see if there are more butt holes over here.” We navigate our way into another room filled with . . . yeah, lots more. I’m cringing, a reporter in free fall. My attempt to give one of Hollywood’s most dazzling (if press-shy) leading men, People‘s Sexiest Man Alive in 2010, and the star of one of this summer’s blockbuster contenders a highbrow Rorschach test has landed us at an exhibition about what the gallery literature calls the “heterogeneous interfaces that are characterized by holes and passages.” Or, in a word, anuses.

But Reynolds doesn’t care. In fact, he thinks it’s hilarious, and to trail him through the gallery’s many odd and then odder rooms is to be shotgunned with more raunchy comic riffs and one-liners than are contained on a complete DVD set of Family Guy. (A DVD set, by the way, that would feature Reynolds, who has voiced cameos for the series.) Had my interview notes later been confiscated by German customs officers, I’m not sure how I would’ve been able to explain the following scribbled entries: “giraffe anus”; “Gulliver’s butt hole”; “sack of a thousand anuses”; and “Ernest Borgnine’s asshole.” Except by telling those customs officials: There’s a perversely funny guy working in your country right now. A perversely funny guy who also seems, two years after a series of personal and professional setbacks, to be finding his groove as both an actor and a man, if not as an art critic.

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12 July 2013 Posted by

ACCESSHOLLYWOOD.COM – Ryan Reynolds married Blake Lively last September and the actor says he wants to have “lots” of kids with his stunning wife.

“I would like that,” Ryan told Access Hollywood at the premiere of his new animated film, “Turbo,” in New York City on Tuesday night. “I mean, we’ll see. One is great, six is great. It all depends on what happens.”

The 36-year-old star said he’s looking forward to becoming a dad for many reasons, especially the joy and therapeutic effects parenthood can bring.

“I think you do a lot of personal healing when you’re parenting a child,” he explained. “I mean, it’s a difficult job. We all know it’s one of the hardest jobs in the world.

“So, I think you could kind of help heal some of the past stuff from your childhood as well as, you know, that’s the gift that keeps on giving, having children,” he continued. “That’s an amazing experience.”

While Blake and Ryan don’t have kids just yet, the actor said there are plenty of children in his family who are thrilled to be on the receiving end of their uncle’s animated movie swag (toys!).

“I have an army of nieces and nephews, so they go crazy for this stuff,” he said. “I just finished ‘Croods’ this year as well, and so those toys are all over our house still. My dog is obsessed with one in particular, so I have to get more.

“I’m gonna hit up Jeffrey Katzenberg for that,” he joked. “I like the little knick knacks from the movie.”

And Ryan will be saving some “Turbo” mementos for his future children as well.

“You always try to [save some] because one day when I’m an old retired farmer, my kids will want to know what dad did,” he said.

“Turbo,” which also features the voices of Paul Giamatti, Michael Pena, Michelle Rodriguez, Maya Rudolph and more, hits theaters on July 17.

11 July 2013 Posted by

ABCNEWS.GO.COM – In an alternate universe somewhere, Ryan Reynolds is patrolling the streets as a cop, munching on blue M&M’s and avoiding red carpets at all cost.

But this is the real world and Reynolds, 36, is an A-list movie star married to one of the most elegant actresses in the world, Blake Lively, 25. At last night’s NYC premier of Ryan’s latest film “Turbo,” he told ABC News that if he’d never made his mark in acting, he most likely would have gone into law enforcement.

“I’d probably be a cop,” the “Van Wilder” star said. ”My dad was a cop and my brother’s one, that’s the family business.”

Hollywood dodged a bullet there, pun intended. But the quintessential lifestyle of a cop living with his wife in a more rural setting suits Reynolds, maybe more so than most actors. He’s a very down to earth guy, who is tucked away with Lively in Bedford, N.Y., and it’s well-known he likes his privacy.

In fact, he’s not a fan of the flashy red carpet premiers that most actors have to do to promote new movies.

“I don’t think anybody gets used to these carpets,” he said. “It’s a complete sensory overload, you’re fried by the end of it. You literally feel like you’ve ran a marathon.”

Also, it’s no surprise that after recently revealing he wants a big family with his “Gossip Girl” wife, that he’s great with kids.

The “Green Lantern” star was kind enough to entertain a 10-year-old aspiring journalist for KidzVuz.com Faith King, who got to interview Reynolds for the premier.

“I asked him what his favorite on-set snack was. He said blue M&M’s, he picks them out specifically,” King told ABC News.

The best part – Reynolds was so nice and unassuming that King said she wasn’t even star-struck. Was she nervous?

“No, I wasn’t. I want to interview Taylor Swift!” she added.

Tough Break Ryan. Maybe the NYPD is hiring?

4 July 2013 Posted by

YAHOO.COM – Ryan Reynolds has his “head screwed on” when it comes to fame.

The actor has starred in numerous films including romantic comedies Definitely, Maybe and The Proposal.

In September 2012 Ryan married his Green Lantern co-star and Gossip Girl beauty Blake Lively.

The pair managed to keep the ceremony private and the star generally feels he has come out of the industry relatively unscathed.

“I’ve been lucky,” he admitted to Total Film.

“I’ve had my head screwed on right. I have a wonderful wife. I have a good family and three older brothers that just care about me and I care about them. I’m lucky that I’ve been able to navigate these choppy waters with some degree of trueness. I’m grateful for that.”

Action adventure Green Lantern, in which Ryan took on the role of the title character alongside Blake’s Carol Ferris, received disappointing reviews.

Despite what critics might say, the 36-year-old wouldn’t change anything about his career.

“I know that I have an obscenely wonderful life because of this business. And I know that I’m able to do something that I love and that I didn’t spend my life sitting at a desk hating some of the life choices I’ve made,” he said.

“I would never want to tell myself not to do something that turned out to be complete and utter sh*t – whether it’s a choice in my life or my career – because everything led to this moment. And I love this moment. I’ll always love this moment.”

In 2010, hunky Ryan took the crown for People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive award.

When it comes to dreamy Hollywood actors, he has his own favourite – Drive‘s Ryan Gosling.

“I’ve been a big fan of his since… [2000 film] Remember the Titans,” he smiled.

“Yeah, he’s amazing. He’s doing such fantastic work. It’s kind of such an exciting time in film right now. There are a lot of young actors doing amazing things.”

20 December 2012 Posted by

 

When Ryan and Blake secretly got engaged last June, they knew it would take careful planning, confidentiality, and a select crew to pull off their nuptials before word got out. Enter Martha Stewart.

We quickly discovered that Ryan and Blake are not like the many altar-bound celebrities who sell their big-day photos to the highest bidder. This public, yet very private, couple’s sole wish was to have an intimate affair (there were only 35 guests total). And while they remain protective of images of them on their most heartfelt occasion, they graciously let us share pictures of the elements we created together.

Go under the cut to see an exclusive sneak peek of Blake and Ryan’s wedding.

 

 

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19 November 2012 Posted by

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds continued to make themselves at home in Bedford this weekend, grabbing a bite at Truck restaurant on Route 22 last night.

A restaurant staffer confirmed the sighting to Newsday Westchester’s colleagues at News12 Westchester.

The restaurant is closed Mondays, but this afternoon, in an emailed reply to Newsday Westchester’s inquiry about the sighting, an unnamed restaurant staffer wrote, “We are a busy neighborhood restaurant and people come and go frequently!” Hmm.

Regardless, this dish provides some early buzz for Truck (391 Old Post Rd., Bedford, 914-234-8900, www.truckrestaurant.com), which just opened a few months ago at a former truck stop. The menu — which features tacos, enchiladas and salads — is inspired by northern New Mexican cuisine, which borrows from “cowboy, Native American and Mexican cultures,” according to the restaurant’s website.

Reynolds (“The Green Hornet”) and Lively (“Gossip Girl”) must have worked up an appetite after last week’s trip to Disneyland, where they tried to keep a low profile.

The couple has really taken to Bedford and its surrounding areas this year. In addition to buying a home in the affluent community and hitting the gym there, they’ve indulged at the Bedford Post Inn, treated themselves to King Kone in Somers and stopped by Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco. It seems like just about the only thing they didn’t do there this year is get married, which they did this September, with relative secrecy, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Source: Newsday

14 November 2012 Posted by

Newlyweds Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds took their love to Disneyland on Monday, where the gorgeous couple was spotted getting the VIP treatment at one of California Adventure Park’s most popular rides, Radiator Spring Racers.

“A VIP tour guide was waiting for them at the front of the line to get off the ride,” eyewitness Ryan Graves told Celebuzz of the happy couple, who were married in September after about a year of dating. “Ryan definitely didn’t want anyone to recognize him. He had a black cap on and his brim down really low.”

According to Graves, the couple pulled off their incognito look rather well.

“Blake was waiting patiently for him. Funny enough, no one even noticed her,” he said. “I’m sure they were having a good time, but they were definitely trying to look like they weren’t standing out.”

Lively and Reynolds have been few and far between: they were most recently spotted attending the wedding of Lively’s Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-star Amber Tamblyn in October.

Source: Celebuzz

18 October 2012 Posted by

To many people, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ wedding on Sept. 9 in South Carolina seemed to come out of nowhere. Now, the couple’s wedding planner, Tara Guérard, exclusively tells Life & Style about how she kept their nuptials top secret!

“[Blake] was trying to decide between getting married in her new home in New York or in Charleston,” Guérard told Life & Style at the Martha Stewart Weddings Annual Bridal Market Party. “She chose [Charleston] because we could keep it secret, quiet and a private affair for her.”

The couple even asked that wedding planners and editors from Martha Stewart Weddings, who helped plan the wedding and introduced Blake to Guérard, refer to them by secret code names.

“I think they used the code names to do a lot of things, so I can’t say!” Guérard says.

“She wanted to get married in the south — in a barn — and Charleston’s one of her favorite places,” Guérard says of the wedding that took place at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. “It was simple and elegant and rustic. They wanted to make it feel like it was at home and with their family and friends.”

As for the newlywed pair, Guérard says Blake and Ryan are the real deal.

“They were so in love,” Guérard gushes. “Through the entire evening, they stuck by each other’s side all night long. It was wonderful!”

Source: Life and Style