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8 October 2018 Posted by

Chris Evans sent out a heartfelt message to Marvel fans, and it definitely affected Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds.

Evans celebrated the completion of filming on Avengers 4 with a message for all the fans of Captain America. If you surveyed the reactions you know it had an effect on Marvel fans, but it hit Ryan Reynolds pretty hard too, as he responded “I’m not crying. I’m weeping. There’s a difference.”

While they haven’t occupied the same universe regarding movies, Deadpool and Captain America are still part of the overarching Marvel family, so it makes sense that Reynolds would get a little sniffly at Evans’ final outing in the role.

Evans original message is below.

“Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least. Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful.”

It’s not known whether this will be Evans’ final time in the role forever, but many suspect that it will be at least for the foreseeable future. Evans has played the role since 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger and has been a main building block for the Marvel Cinematic Universe alongside Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark. Evans’ has said in the past he’s immensely enjoyed his time as Cap, but many got the impression that in Avengers 4 he might ride off into the sunset, though that leaves some questions.

Some think he might end up dying in Avengers 4 by the time the credits roll, but he could also end up retiring and giving the mantle to someone else. A natural choice for that would be Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes, who in the comics inherited the mantle after Captain America was “killed”. Falcon Sam Wilson has also taken on the mantle in times past, so it could go that way too.

Of course, it could just be an MCU without a Captain America, as Marvel seems to be positioning Captain Marvel to be the new leader of the Avengers. It remains to be seen, but at least we know now that regardless of who leads the charge, Reynolds and Deadpool will have a hard time processing the change.

24 July 2018 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds hopes the Deadpool universe can feature more LGBTQ characters, the actor said during a boisterous, free-wheeling Hall H panel at Comic-Con on Saturday. He’s even hoping that Deadpool and his alter-ego Wade Wilson, a self-described pansexual, will one day explore that side of his sexuality.

“I certainly think that this universe…needs to represent and reflect the world in very real ways,” Reynolds said when asked by a fan if future Deadpool movies will feature more gay or bi characters. “The great thing about Deadpool is that we’re allowed to do things that other superhero movies don’t necessarily do. It’s something that I’d love to see more of, certainly through Wade, certainly through this universe because it’s something that we’re building out more.”

Reynolds was responding to a query by a fan, who described herself as bisexual.

“Deadpool 2” boasted one gay character, Negasonic Teenage Warhead, who is depicted in the film as happily involved in a relationship with another woman. Brianna Hildebrand, who plays the role, said she had one demand for producers. She wanted to make sure that they depicted her same-sex relationship “the way it is and not be a big deal.”

Reynolds came to San Diego to hawk blu-rays of “Deadpool 2,” specifically an extended cut that features scenes of the Merc with a Mouth contemplating killing baby Hitler and urging Wolverine (a sweat-streaked Hugh Jackman) to team up with our spandexed hero at some point in the future.

“Deadpool” is a major movie franchise, having made over $1.5 billion worldwide, but before donning the tight-fitting red outfit, Reynolds had an unfortunate run in comic book films. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” featured a much more straight-laced version of Deadpool, and “Green Lantern,” a big-budget DC film, flopped. Both were critically derided. Reynolds said that the two films were good experiences professionally, but acknowledged that “they are both pretty bad.”

On the bright side, however, he said, the films provided a “wellspring of awesome jokes” for the meta-humor that characterizes the Deadpool films.

“Deadpool,” a very R-rated take on the superhero genre, was a difficult proposition for Fox, the studio behind the film. It only got a greenlight because geek fandom demanded it.

The first film, Reynolds said, was made because of the people at Comic-Con. The second, he joked, was the result of “corporate greed and a splash of destiny.”

4 May 2018 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds may be the picture of confidence onscreen, but once the camera turns off the actor says he’s often a nervous wreck.

The actor, 41, opens up about his longtime battle with anxiety in a new interview with The New York Times.

“I have anxiety. I’ve always had anxiety,” he says. “Both in the lighthearted ‘I’m anxious about this’ kind of thing, and I’ve been to the depths of the darker end of the spectrum, which is not fun.”

During the early days of his career, Reynolds says he would often stay awake at night paralyzed by fear about his future.

Calling his early 20s a “real unhinged phase,” the actor admits he self-medicated to ease his anxiety.

“I was partying and just trying to make myself vanish in some way,” he says.

As his career began to take off, Reynolds toned down the partying but he says the anxiety never went away. To this day, he still gets wracked by dread and nausea before interviews and talk show appearances.

The actor is busy promoting the sequel to his highly successful 2016 film Deadpool. And with the upcoming film already breaking ticket presale records, the sequel is expected to be another hit — something that makes Reynolds a bit nervous.

“When there’s built-in expectation,” he says, “your brain always processes that as danger.”

So how does he cope with his anxiety? Reynolds, who is known for his quick wit, says he uses humor as a defense and coping mechanism.

“When the curtain opens, I turn on this knucklehead, and he kind of takes over and goes away again once I walk off set,” he explains. “That’s that great self-defense mechanism. I figure if you’re going to jump off a cliff, you might as well fly.”

Reynolds previously opened up about his battle with anxiety, revealing he had a mental breakdown after wrapping Deadpool.

“I went to go see a doctor because I felt like I was suffering from a neurological problem or something,” Reynolds told GQ. “And every doctor I saw said, ‘You have anxiety.’ ”

Deadpool 2 hits theaters May 18.

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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30 March 2013 Posted by

BELFASTTELEGRAPH.CO.UK – Ryan Reynolds relied on self-help books in his twenties.

The hunk was named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2010 and is married to gorgeous Gossip Girl star Blake Lively.

However, the 36-year-old actor hasn’t always been so sure of himself.

“When I was in my twenties, I think I read every self-help book and every psychology book I could ever get my hands on,” he laughed to British magazine OK!

“Even when you look at the Eckhart Tolle books, particularly The Power of Now, they stick with you. I keep forcing myself to be here now, and it’s sometimes hard to do.”

Ryan is often cast as the good-looking lead in romantic films, but he next stars as the voice of animated character Guy in The Croods.

The star is looking forward to showing younger members of his family his latest venture.

“I have so many nieces and nephews that I’ve lost count. I know how enduring these kinds of movies are for them, so I’m excited for them to see it and I’m excited for my future kids to see it,” he smiled.

The actor married 25-year-old Blake towards the end of last year in a super-secret ceremony.

Although they are yet to start a family, Ryan is already planning ahead.

“When I have kids I’ll probably stop [acting],” he revealed.

“When I have children, I imagine I’ll take a lot of time off and will re-prioritise things in my life.”

23 March 2013 Posted by

INDEPENDENT.CO.UK – They’ve both helped make millions at the box office and are two of Hollywood’s most sought after talents, but The Croods voice stars Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone say they still get self-conscious hearing themselves on film.

“It’s like hearing your voice back on a voicemail,” said the 24-year-old Stone, who is known for her trademark raspy voice. “I still can’t believe I sound like this.”

“I can’t believe you sound like this either,” joked the 36-year-old Reynolds in the same recent interview. He went on to confess that “everyone feels that way — like there’s some solace in that. I think everyone feels like that when they hear their own voice. (It sounds) kind of shrill and brutal.”

They’re going to have to get used to it. The animated Croods opened today amid predictions it will be the weekend’s No. 1 movie.

The 3-D film, which also stars Nicolas Cage, takes place in prehistoric times and focuses on the world’s first family, the Croods. Stone is a teen girl named Eep, who longs to leave her cave and see what’s out there. Her father, voiced by Cage, is overly protective. One day they meet a guy… named Guy, played by Reynolds. The Croods and Guy venture out together and learn about the world.

This is the first time Reynolds and Stone have done an animated movie and they hope it rates with some of their own childhood favorites.

Reynolds says he was a fan of the TV show Thunder Cats and adds Smurfs was pretty good, too. “Not a turn on but a good cartoon nonetheless.”

Stone’s animated faves? “I loved ‘Peter Pan’ and ‘Alice in Wonderland.”‘

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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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

15 July 2010 Posted by

Thanks to my friend at  Matt Bomer Fan, we have scans of Ryan and Blake from the July 23, 2010 issue of Entertainment Weekly.  Click the images or the below link to view the photos and article in the gallery..  enjoy :)

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24 June 2010 Posted by

An A-list of stars will take to the stage July 11 at Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré for two shows of “Celebrity Autobiography,” including Bryan Batt (“Mad Men”), Mario Cantone (“Sex and the City”), Jennifer Coolidge (“American Pie”), John Goodman (“Treme”) as well as Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel, who developed the show, and Ryan Reynolds, who is in town shooting “Green Lantern.”

Ryan Reynolds is among the actors scheduled to take the stage in ‘Celebrity Autobiography’ on July 11 at Le Petit Theatre.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Greater New Orleans Foundation’s Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund. If the shows sell out, it could mean more than $10,000 to the fund, says Gary Solomon Jr., managing director of Le Petit.

The cult Off Broadway hit is a comedy show featuring a rotating cast of actors who read verbatim from autobiographies of other famous folks — from Tommy Lee’s romance tips to the various perspectives on famous Hollywood love triangles (Elizabeth Taylor, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, anyone?).
Two shows will be staged on July 11 at 7 and 9 p.m. at the French Quarter theater. Tickets are $69 and $99 ($60 for post-show cast party). Visit the theater’s website or call 504.522.2081.

source: nola.com