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12 June 2013 Posted by

DEADLINE.COM – Tarsem-directed Selfless will bow wide on September 26, 2014 opposite Focus Features’ animated The Boxtrolls.

Ryan Reynolds stars in the sci-fi thriller that centers on a terminally ill billionaire who buys a chance for eternal life through an experimental underground medical procedure which transfers his consciousness into the cadaver of a younger man.

The promise of immortality turns into a nightmare when he experiences flashbacks which begin to reveal the disturbing origins of the body he now inhabits.

Carriers scribes Alex and David Pastor penned the script.

27 May 2013 Posted by

ZAP2IT.COM – Ryan Reynolds is starring in a brand new animated movie called “Turbo.” He plays the film’s title character, a snail who dreams of racing in the Indianapolis 500. Following a freak accident, because that’s how these things happen, Turbo’s DNA gets fused with nitrous oxide, making him as fast as any race car.

Before Sunday’s Indy 500, a new featurette from the movie has been released featuring several members of the cast, along with 2012 Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti. “You see the passion everybody on the ‘Turbo’ project has for making it the best possible racing film,” Dario says, “There’s no limits. Anything is possible.” Reynolds says the underdog nature of the story is what drew him to the film.

The cast is jam-packed with big names, including Samuel L. Jackson, Maya Rudolph, Bill Hader, Snoop Dogg, Paul Giamatti and Ken Jeong. For racing fans, Dario, Will Power and the legendary Mario Andretti also voice characters in the movie.

“Turbo” races into theaters July 17. Then in December, an animated series called “Turbo: F.A.S.T. (Fast Action Stunt Team)” will air on Netflix.

27 May 2013 Posted by

Universal Pictures has unveiled this first TV spot for Robert Schwentke’s (Red) upcoming adaptation of the Dark Horse comic series, ‘R.I.P.D.’ (Rest in Peace Department).

27 May 2013 Posted by

Welcome back to Ryan Reynolds Fan ! As you can see, we have a matching new look courtesy of Filip from Fan Sites Designs for both the main site and the gallery.

The picture featured is an old photoshoot Ryan did for Esquire back in 2011 — still remains one of my favorites. I really like how it turned out and I hope you do too.

Hit the comments with your thoughts on the new look and let me know if you spot any errors!

22 May 2013 Posted by

ACESHOWBIZ.COM – Turbo is not the only snail with an impossible dream of being a racer. A new trailer for director David Soren’s “Turbo” via MSN UK introduces a group of snails who apparently has similar interest with the titular character. The video gives a brief look at Whiplash, the racing crew leader, as well as Skidmark, Burn, Smoove Move and boastful White Shadow.

The video opens with a glimpse of dull and miserable life of garden snails that Turbo has to deal with everyday. How the yellow-skinned snail, voiced by Ryan Reynolds, can end up possessing the power of incredible speed is also teased in the video, which is an international trailer for Dreamworks’ animated pic.

The upcoming flick follows Turbo, a snail who dreams of being the greatest racer in the world, just like his hero, 5-time Indianapolis 500 champ, Guy Gagne. His obsession with speed and all things fast has made him an oddity and outsider in the slow and cautious snail community, and a constant embarrassment to his careful older brother, Chet.

Surprisingly, Turbo’s wish to leave a slow-paced life is granted after he miraculously finds himself vested with the power of incredible speed. Since then, he has set out to reach his impossible dream, winning the Indy 500.

Samuel L. Jackson takes on the role of Whiplash. Playing his crew members are Snoop Dogg (Smoove Move), Richard Jenkins (White Shadow), Ben Schwartz (Skidmark) and Maya Rudolph (Burn).

The animated film is set to be released in the United States on July 17.

21 May 2013 Posted by

VARIETY.COM – Glen Basner’s FilmNation has secured multiple major territory deals on Tarsem Singh’s “self/less,” marking the first pic to sell out at Cannes this year.

FilmDistrict plans to unspool the Ryan Reynolds-toplined pic in the U.S.

Written by Spain’s scribe-helmers David and Àlex Pastor (“Carriers”), “self/less” revolves around terminally ill New York real estate magnate Damian Hayes who gets a new body through a secret medical procedure. Hayes must cut off all ties with his former life before realizing that his new life is not at all what it was meant to be.

Ram Bergman, Endgame’s James D. Stern and FilmDistrict’s Peter Schlessel will produce the project. The trio previously teamed on Rian Johnson pics “Looper” and “The Brothers Bloom.”

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12 May 2013 Posted by

EW.COM – Jeff Bridges is best known for appearing in dramas such as 2009′s Crazy Heart, which garnered the actor an Oscar, and the Coen brothers’ 1998 noir-stoner comedy classic The Big Lebowski, which garnered him an army of “Duderino”-quoting fans. But Bridges’ filmography also features a surprisingly large amount of sci-fi and fantasy movies, including 1976′s King Kong remake, 1984′s Starman, the two Tron movies, the first Iron Man film, and now this summer’s Robert Schwentke-directed R.I.P.D., in which he and Ryan Reynolds play dead, but still extremely active, law enforcers.

Below, Bridges talks about making the film — which will be released July 19 — and why “the Dude” wouldn’t need to burn one before seeing it.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What attracted you to R.I.P.D.?
JEFF BRIDGES: Well, several things. I felt the script was quite unique, kind of wild science fiction. It’s certainly a comedy and I hadn’t done a comedy in a long time. I saw Robert Schwentke’s movie Red, which I thought was wonderful. That was a very familiar genre, but he made it fresh somehow. He did a great job on that and I felt he’d do a good job on this one. And I think he certainly has, from what I’ve seen. And another reason that I was attracted to this was that Ryan Reynolds was going to be in it and I think he’s a wonderful actor. It was a chance to work with him.

Could you set up the premise of the film? What exactly is the R.I.P.D.?
Well, it’s the Rest in Peace Department and it’s made up of a lot of dead policemen and sheriffs. [Laughs] All these lawmen from the past who are working to protect the unsuspecting people of earth from all sorts of disgusting creatures who are actually dead but they’re pretending to be alive in a human form. So we’re kind of rounding up these guys. Ryan is a new guy that I’m training. It’s a very bizarre plot — which was one of the things that attracted me to it.

Who do you play?
I play a marshal from the 1800s and Ryan plays a modern-day cop. The people on earth, they don’t see our real appearance. They see me as a gorgeous woman, they see me as Marisa Miller, this very sexy model. That’s my avatar.

How do people see Ryan?
They see him as James Hong. [Laughs].

So, this is kind of your opportunity to play drag without having to put on the clothes.
Exactly! I’ve played drag before. I’ve been there, done that.

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, right?
There you go. Yes!

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11 May 2013 Posted by

INDIEWIRE.COM – It’s been four years since Atom Egoyan’s last feature, the sleazy erotic thriller “Chloe,” but he’s making up for that absence by being very, very busy. He’s got two movies on the way — the already shot and in post-production West Memphis Three drama “The Devil’s Knot,” which he quickly followed up with “Queen Of The Night,” lensed earlier this year. And now, the first image from the film has arrived.

Ryan Reynolds, Scott Speedman, Mireille Enos and Rosario Dawson star in the film about the father of an abducted child who still thinks she’s alive. E1 has the distribution rights for Canada, but this will be repped in the market at Cannes, where it’s likely to get some attention. No release dates, but perhaps we’ll see it at TIFF? Here’s the official synopsis:

In Atom Egoyan’s new thriller, QUEEN OF THE NIGHT, Ryan Reynolds plays Matthew, the father of an abducted child, Cass. Eight years after his daughter’s abduction, a series of disturbing clues surface, convincing Matthew that Cass, now 17, is still alive. In a terrifying race against time, Matthew, the detectives, and even Cass herself must play their parts in unravelling the mystery of her disappearance and freeing her from captivity.

8 May 2013 Posted by

TVGUIDE.COM – Oliver Queen might not be the only green superhero on Arrow.

As The CW’s super series heads towards its first season finale, Oliver (Stephen Amell) will work against the clock during the island flashbacks to prevent Fyers (Sebastian Dunn) from fulfilling his mission of shooting down a Ferris Air jetliner. Yes, the same Ferris Air that’s generally equated to Hal Jordan’s Green Lantern.

Even though producers have vowed to keep the world of Arrow grounded in realism — don’t expect an appearance from the high-flying Superman anytime soon — the possibility of introducing Green Lantern isn’t so far-fetched since Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti wrote the screenplay for 2011’s Green Lantern.

Though Arrow writer Ben Sokolowski initially pitched the idea of the nod to the other emerald DC Comics character — who is also a member of the Justice League and has teamed up with Green Arrow in several comic storylines — Guggenheim says it really spoke to him because of his connection to the film. “If all goes according to plan, when you see the Ferris Air logo later in the season, it will be the same logo that we established in the movie. I like tips of the hat.”

But before fan boys get too excited, Guggenheim admits that the world of Arrow does not take place in the same universe as the Green Lantern film. Still, he doesn’t rule out possibly meeting Hal Jordan or Carol Ferris, portrayed by Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, respectively, in the film. “I would never say never,” he says. “It’s certainly something that we’ve talked about.

“As with all DC characters, we have to figure out a way for those characters to fit within our Arrow universe,” he continues. “But when you consider the importance that Hal Jordan plays in the Green Arrow comics, it’s certainly one of those names that we’ve discussed a great deal. I have Ryan Reynolds’ phone number around here somewhere.”