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27 January 2008 Posted by

Is it hard to make a guy like this likeable?{nl}Yes it is and that’s why, if I may be so bold to say, I think I was hired. I think I saw his likeability right through. In fact, he’s a good person which is a rare thing in these young comedies. You have this character that actually cares about the people around him. In the middle of all the melee and all the shit that’s going on in his life, he can’t believe this girl’s written this article about him and he remembers to go see Sick-Boy, you know. I just love the fact he reminded me of Ferris Bueller in that sense that sure people love him and sure he’s the most popular guy on campus, but at the same time he’s a good person. That’s how you can get behind him, otherwise you are dead.{nl}{nl}Is he motivated by trying to help people or is that just a side effect of trying to make money?{nl}I think that’s the thing. Throughout the movie a lot of the stuff that he’s doing, you know the tuition has sort of become this kind of sidebar thing halfway through the movie and it’s more about chasing Gwen and all that stuff. I mean, where she meets him at the pool. These events that he hosts are for charity. The parties he throws are for tuition.{nl}{nl}Your style in this film is similar to other National Lampoon films. Did you{nl}research or prep, or was it part of your own natural comedic style?{nl}It’s all me in the sense that Lampoon came about while we were shooting. It wasn’t even something before. I think that part of the reason that we are all together here is because that they felt this is such a National Lampoon movie when they saw some of the dailies from it and read the script.

27 January 2008 Posted by

I’ve completely redone the image gallery. Everything is back online (except for the Candid pictures). I’ll be adding screencaptures from The Xfiles, Scrubs, two guys a girl and a pizza place, blade trinity and smokin aces next week.{nl}{nl}Today I added new pictures from the 2007 Teen Choice Awards, 2007 Golden Globe Awards and from last weeks Santa Barbara Film Festival.{nl}{nl}

22 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds mum on private life{nl}{nl}Calgary Sun{nl}January 26, 2007{nl}{nl}HOLLYWOOD – Ryan Reynolds stars in Smokin’ Aces, a movie in which decks of cards are outnumbered only by bullets.{nl}{nl}So it’s fitting Reynolds puts on his best poker face when the subject of his much-speculated-about personal life arises during the Sun’s interview with him at the Four Seasons.{nl}{nl}Namely, his relationship with Alanis Morissette. Are they, like, together or what?{nl}{nl}Reynolds, a nice enough guy, may have on his poker face, but the rest of him understandably squirms. “You know,” he says of the relationship which Internet gossip sites deemed off then on-again last year, “I don’t want to get into it or even talk about it.”

22 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds is funny even when he’s serious{nl}{nl}Published: 12.08.2004{nl}ARIZONA DAILY STAR{nl}{nl}Don’t laugh – Ryan Reynolds’ problem is that he’s too funny.{nl}{nl}The improv comedian turned movie star subconsciously effects nearly every word he says with a mildly sarcastic twinge. The delivery skill, which allowed him to spring from the TV sitcom, “Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place” (later renamed “Two Guys and a Girl”) to star in the ribald college comedy “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder” and now the vampire flick “Blade: Trinity,” causes him difficulty when he’s trying to be serious.{nl}{nl}”I’ll say the most benign thing and people will laugh,” Reynolds said Monday in a telephone interview. “Like ‘Can I get a mocha latte?’ It’s nice but a little weird, though. I tally it up all the time as senselessly charitable laughing.”

22 January 2008 Posted by

Spotlight on Ryan Reynolds – Blade Trinity{nl}{nl}TheCinemaSource.com{nl}Interview By: Jeff Wilser{nl}{nl}Say goodbye to the old Ryan Reynolds. You know?the tall, funny, skinny kid from Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place. And say hello to the new one: ass-kicking, bulked-up action star. In Blade: Trinity, Reynolds put on what looks like 40 pounds of muscle, joining Wesley Snipes as a mofo vampire-slayer.{nl}{nl}His character, Hannibal King, is hands-down the best part of Trinity. Hannibal is irreverent, snarky, and swaggering, and Reynolds jumped at the chance to play him. ?To be a superhero that doesn?t take himself too seriously is a dream come true.? he says. ?I felt that David Goyer imbued some of the character traits that I loved about Indiana Jones into this guy.?

22 January 2008 Posted by

Spotlight on Ryan Reynolds{nl}{nl}TheCinemaSource.com{nl}Spotlight By: Benjamin Lee{nl}{nl}From the knockabout sitcom actor to the buffed up action star, Ryan Reynolds has had one of the more impressive Hollywood transformations of late.{nl}{nl}Reynolds started acting at the age of just 14 but it wasn?t until the ABC sitcom Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place at the age of 22 when he started to attract attention. When the show ended in 2001, Reynolds continued with the same comic vein in the hit 2002 comedy Van Wilder, carving out a niche for him as a promising new comedian.{nl}{nl}But in 2004 everything changed with the critically derided yet hugely different Blade: Trinity. In preparation for the role Reynolds hit the gym and transformed himself into an action star. Another serious, yet mostly shirtless, role followed in the horror remake The Amityville Horror, which garnered Reynolds some favorable notices. He returned to comedy with Just Friends but now he?s going all out in the frenetic action thriller Smokin? Aces.

22 January 2008 Posted by

Slayer’s Club{nl}{nl}Entertainment Weekly{nl}Issue #797 Dec 17, 2004{nl}{nl}Ryan Reynolds tackles a new role in ”Blade: Trinity” — The ”Van Wilder” bulks up to play a vampire-hunting, wisecracking sidekick.{nl}{nl}Ryan Reynolds has enjoyed a nice career playing That Cute Guy You Had a Crush on in College, his wry eyebrows and disdain for authority making him a fixture on the sophomoric-humor circuit. But as dryly hilarious vampire slayer Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity, the first thing you notice about him is… he doesn’t look like Ryan Reynolds. The 6-foot-2 actor, who used to resemble what Blade: Trinity writer-director David Goyer calls ”a single chopstick,” is suddenly very bearded and very, very buff. And it’s really hard not to notice.{nl}{nl}Now back to mortal size, with a comparatively fresh-faced stubble ?although the beard did stay for his role in April’s Amityville Horror remake ? and after a week of endless press junketing, Reynolds is ready to talk about something, anything, other than (1) his pre-Bladetraining regimen or (2) rumors of a tense relationship with Wesley Snipes. (For the record: Yes, he had to work out a whole lot to get those 12-pack abs, and as he puts it, ”I’ve never met Wesley Snipes. I’ve only met Blade.”){nl}{nl}So it seems polite to ask the 28-year-old Vancouver native something light yet personal, like, um, how he’s surviving the current NHL strike. ”I love that those are pleasantries you say to a Canadian,” Reynolds laughs. ”I’m not a hockey fan, which is probably why I had to leave Canada in the first place.”

22 January 2008 Posted by

Celebrity Muscle – Ryan Reynolds{nl}Men’s Health{nl}{nl}Ryan Reynolds shares the diet plan he used to slice his bodyfat to 3 percentEdited by: Liesa Goins What if your boss told you to gain 20 pounds of muscle and lose a third of your body fat? Most of us would end up in the unemployment line, but Ryan Reynolds did as he was told to prepare for his role as a cut vampire killer in Blade: Trinity. Here are his tips for sculpting a six-pack–on a full stomach.{nl}{nl}Eat More{nl}”I attribute my results mostly to nutrition,” Reynolds says. (See “What He Eats,” below, for a sample menu.) He ate every 2 to 3 hours to burn more fat. “Your body doesn’t need to store fat for energy if you’re feeding it all the time,” explains Bobby Strom, Reynolds’s Los Angeles-based trainer.{nl}{nl}Mix It Up{nl}”I gained a lot more muscle mass when I went on creatine,” says Reynolds. He also took L-glutamine, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), whey, and a multivitamin.{nl}{nl}Go For Bulk{nl}Reynolds doesn’t have a personal chef, so he cooks meals in advance. For instance, he’ll make a large supply of Irish steel-cut oatmeal and freeze it. That way, the most important meal of the day requires the least work.{nl}{nl}Carve With Carbs{nl}”Never do any of that carve-starve crap,” Reynolds says. Instead, watch the clock. He ate most of his carbohydrates postworkout, and none after 8 p.m.{nl}{nl}Think About Yourself{nl}”If you hate your workout, you’re not going to do it,” explains Reynolds. Customize your fitness plan to meet your needs. He found it “meditative” to do ab exercises first instead of last.{nl}{nl}What He Eats{nl}Breakfast 2 eggs, some “good” fat like a spoon of almond butter or slice of avocado, and 1 cup of oatmeal with applesauce{nl}Midmorning snack protein bar{nl}Lunch albacore tuna wrap or chicken and salad{nl}Midafternoon snack protein shake (whey and water), protein bar, or apple and almonds{nl}Dinner broiled fish or chicken, brown rice, vegetables, and salad{nl}Evening Snack protein shake

22 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds Battles His Personal Demons{nl}By Derek Isetti{nl}{nl}Hollywood seems compelled to relegate its actors into very specific categories or ?types.? Thankfully, there are those rare occasions when an actor is reinvented in an entirely new light. Such is the case with Ryan Reynolds? menacing and disturbing performance in The Amityville Horror.{nl}{nl}Just when he had established himself as ?the funny guy? ripe with one-liners, Reynolds decided to fight for a chance to play perhaps one of the darkest roles in recent years. While his performance is utterly convincing in the film, it was refreshing to know that the actor?s own personality is as witty and endearing as ever. I had an opportunity to chat with Reynolds prior to the release of Amityville to find out why this lighthearted comedian was drawn to such a dark role.

22 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds: the funny guy on the sidelines steps into the light{nl}{nl}May 2005{nl}By Sarah Wilson{nl}{nl}In the new version of The Amityville Horror, Ryan Reynolds plays George Lutz,{nl}a young family man who can’t seem to catch a break from the ghosts that threaten{nl}his stake in an idyllic American life. Fittingly, the 28-year-old Canadian actor{nl}knows a thing or two about being discouraged from a dream. Upon arriving in Los{nl}Angeles from his native Vancouver to try his hand at stand-up comedy, Reynolds{nl}received a less than warm welcome. "My car got jacked the first{nl}night," he says. Perseverance paid off, however, and he soon landed the{nl}film role for which he is best known, the hard-partying campus king in National{nl}Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2001). While subsequent films like The In-Laws (2003) and{nl}Blade: Trinity (2004) showcased Reynolds’s wisecracking wit, Amityville{nl}represents a departure. "1 love that I got this opportunity to do something{nl}so different," he says. "It’s a very grounded drama within a genre{nl}film." After Amityville, he’ll return to comedy in Best Friends, which{nl}co-stars Anna Farris and features a cameo by his fiance, Alanis Morrisette, who{nl}the actor met at a party two and a half years ago. "For some reason, the{nl}stars aligned that night," he says.