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27 January 2016 Posted by

Ryan covers the March issue of Men’s Health in which he opens up about raising baby James out of the spotlight, the recent passing of his dad and how Deadpool helped him grieve. The issue will be available on the Apple iTunes Newsstand starting February 2nd, and on newsstands everywhere soon after that. Be sure to pick up a copy but otherwise, we will have scans from the magazine as soon as it becomes available.

Men’s Health March cover guy Ryan Reynolds is a different kind of mega-star: He exudes normality.

If there’s any ego there, it’s well concealed. Reynolds, who stars in the highly anticipated superhero action film, “Deadpool,” (out February 12), opens up to Men’s Health about the lessons learned from and final moments he shared with his dad (“I learned discipline from my father. Not in terms of corporal punishment, but being determined in whatever you do”), how fatherhood has changed him, and the new realities of physical fitness as he approaches 40—namely, warming up.

“I never did stuff like that back in my 20s, but I’m that guy now,” he says. “I’m the guy doing calisthenics. I’m doing jumping jacks and deep knee bends. I work out like a British person.”

More than a funny guy, Ryan Reynolds is one of the most successful actors in the world. Click for four rules he lives by.

29 December 2015 Posted by

We have seen the cover and we are now given a preview into what the issue has to offer. Once again, the issue will be available from December 31st so be sure to pick up a copy should you have access to it. Otherwise, check back in a couple of days for high quality scans from the magazine.

The February issue of Empire arrives on newsstands on December 31, just in time to brief you on all of 2016’s movie gems. We already know who the year’s most outrageously sweary, violent and generally nutsoid figure will be. He’s practically edited the issue and humbly stuck himself on the cover.

Yes, this month’s topliner is Wade Wilson, AKA Deadpool, the subject of an unprecedented fourth-wall-breaking cover feature about the creation of the least likely superhero movie since… well, ever. The man who plays him isn’t remotely as deranged, although Ryan Reynolds does have a refreshingly leftfield and candid take on Hollywood life. Reynolds fans (Rey-Reys? Golden Reynoldies?) will find an exclusive Empire photoshoot with the great man within the issue’s pages.

P.S. I love Rey-Reys! :)

29 December 2015 Posted by

Empire just released a preview to the cover of their February 2016 issue featuring Ryan as “Deadpool” and a short clip of Ryan promoting the magazine. The issue is expected to hit the newsstands on December 31. We will be sure to have scans from the magazine as soon as we get our hands on it.

Christmas may be over, but we have an extra present for you. And this is not necessarily one Santa would approve of. Empire’s latest cover presents Marvel’s Deadpool – the most foul-mouthed, filthiest, fourth wall-breakiest superhero of them all – gracing the front of our magazine for the very first time.

And if that wasn’t enough, we have an extra present for you. As part of our coverage, Wade Wilson himself has recorded a special video message urging you all to buy the new issue, lest he strike you down with his katanas.

As The Merc With A Mouth accurately reveals, each issue of the new magazine will come with a “limited edition eye infection” for every reader, and the opinions expressed in this issue are “exclusive to the Prime Minister of England”. Who knew?

Keep your eyes peeled on Empire Online for loads more Deadpool exclusives in the coming days, including a sublime subscriber’s cover, tons of exclusives, the usual unparalleled access, and more.

The Deadpool issue hits the newsstands on December 31st, giving you plenty of time to swot up for the February 2016 release of the Deadpool movie. Daddy needs to express some rage…

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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7 July 2013 Posted by

In the brand-new issue 209 of Total Film magazine, we celebrate all things X-Men, so it’s fitting that we find time for a chat with Ryan Reynolds, who played Wolvie’s one-time nemesis, Deadpool.

TOTALFILM.COM – Inside the issue, we chat with the R.I.P.D. star about the ongoing saga of the Deadpool spin-off movie, which has been mooted ever since he played Wade Wilson in X-Men: Origins – Wolverine. The film’s had a script from Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and Tim Miller is attached to direct.

For now, here’s a snippet of what Reynolds had to say about the status of the Merc with a Mouth’s spin-off movie…

“That movie is alive and kicking, and then it’s dead as a doornail. Then it’s alive and kicking and then it’s dead… it’s like the worst relationship I’ve ever had!”

“The character knows he’s a comic-book character, he knows he’s in a film, he knows who the executives are at the studio making the movie,” Reynolds explained. “In the current iteration of the script, Deadpool is aware of the Wolverine movie. He doesn’t say anything disparaging about it but he does at one point play with the Deadpool action figure with some curiosity.”

R.I.P.D. opens in the UK on 20 September 2013, after opening in the US on 19 July 2013.

For much more from Reynolds on Deadpool, R.I.P.D. and comic-book movies, pick up issue 209 of Total Film magazine, which is out now!