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22 January 2008 Posted by

Opportunities knock{nl}Ryan Reynolds gets many chances to show ‘what I can do'{nl}{nl}The Vancouver Sun{nl}Published: Friday, January 26, 2007{nl}{nl}PARK CITY, Utah — To some, Ryan Reynolds’ screen presence is a matter of his six-pack abs, but those who see the Vancouver-born actor as little more than macho eye candy are in for a significant surprise this year as Reynolds proves he’s got the right stuff — above the belt.{nl}{nl}For starters, Reynolds is here at the Sundance Film Festival with what is undeniably an “art film” called The Nines directed and written by John August, the screenwriter behind Go, The Corpse Bride, Big Fish and the indie film God. Reynolds can also be seen in Smokin’ Aces, a Vegas-set thriller featuring Jeremy Piven as a mobster turning state evidence which opens today. And over the coming months, Reynolds will be holding down the marquee on Definitely, Maybe as well as Chaos Theory, two movies that contain neither bleeding walls nor vomiting frat boys.

22 January 2008 Posted by

Reynolds plans unusual hit{nl}{nl}By Erin McWhirter{nl}February 06, 2007 05:04am{nl}{nl}HOLLYWOOD actor Ryan Reynolds is planning to take an east coast road trip on his latest visit to Australia.{nl}{nl}But his unusual motive will send animal welfare groups into a spin.{nl}{nl}”I am going to try and hit a kangaroo. It’s a little malicious I know, but that’s my goal,” the 30-year-old joked at the MySpace premiere of his latest film Smokin’ Aces in Sydney last night.{nl}{nl}Reynolds last visited in December 2004 for the Australian premiere of Blade: Trinity.

21 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan’s single and smokin'{nl}{nl}Daily Telegraph{nl}By Sarrah Le Marquand, Film Editor{nl}February 07, 2007 12:00{nl}{nl}STILL fighting a bad case of jet lag after flying into Sydney on Sunday, a weary Ryan Reynolds managed to fend off questions about his split from long-time fiancee Alanis Morrissette.{nl}{nl}Despite official confirmation yesterday from the couple’s US publicists that their engagement was call off just days ago, the 31-year-old remained upbeat while on the promo trail for his latest flick, Smokin’ Aces.{nl}{nl}Denying the timing of the break-up made his promotional duties more difficult than usual, the Canadian actor told film editor Sarrah Le Marquand he was holding up fine.{nl}{nl}”I have a pretty firm boundary which is that I’m not going to talk about it so I’m protecting me from any of that stuff as I walk into an interview,” Reynolds said.{nl}{nl}Spending time in Sydney with his Smokin’ co-star Joel Edgerton and with a roadtrip planned next week, Reynolds looks to have settled comfortably into the bachelor world.{nl}{nl}”I’m going up to Brisbane on a motorcycle,” he said. “I’m really looking forward to it.” His love affair with locals has been fostered while working with the gum leaf mafia including Melissa George, Dominic Purcell and Isla Fisher.

21 January 2008 Posted by

Fun, guns and a soulful song{nl}{nl}By Sarrah Le Marquand{nl}Daily Telepgrah{nl}February 08, 2007 12:48pm{nl}{nl}THE Wilson Phillips girl-power ballad Hold On makes an unlikely soundtrack for the ultra-violent crime caper Smokin’ Aces, yet it was at the director’s request that Ryan Reynolds repeatedly sung the soulful tune during the shoot. Of course the cameras weren’t actually rolling during the performances – a good thing since Reynolds admits he put a decidedly non-G-rated spin on the song.{nl}{nl}Impromptu song and dance numbers were a regular occurrence on the set of Smokin’ Aces, all at the behest of writer-director Joe Carnahan, who entertained his cast and crew by playing DJ between scenes. “It’s the first set I’ve ever been on where people who weren’t working on a particular day would just come by to watch and see what’s happening,” Reynolds says.{nl}{nl}”It was a pretty lively cast and for such a diverse group of people it was a surprisingly cordial and cohesive unit.”{nl}{nl}The group included Reynolds, Ben Affleck, Andy Garcia, Jeremy Piven, Jason Bateman, Ray Liotta and muso-turned-fledgling-actor Alicia Keys. Not to mention local boy Joel Edgerton, who dons a thick accent and tracksuit to play a less-than-bright bodyguard.

21 January 2008 Posted by

Ryan Reynolds Goes For Scares with ‘The Amityville Horror'{nl}From Rebecca Murray{nl}April 11, 2005{nl}{nl}Known for his roles in comedies (?Van Wilder,? ?The In-Laws,? the TV series ?Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place?), Ryan Reynolds has recently ventured into the horror genre with starring roles in ?Blade: Trinity? and the 2005 remake of ?The Amityville Horror.? Reynolds calls ?The Amityville Horror? the ?greatest American haunted house story ever told? and signed on to the remake early in the process.{nl}{nl}?The Amityville Horror? producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller admit Reynolds wasn?t the most obvious choice to star as George Lutz in the MGM remake of the 1979 horror film, based on the true story of George and Kathy Lutz.

21 January 2008 Posted by

Hi, my name is Cecile and I’ll be taking over this Ryan Reynolds fansite. Right now (as you can see) the site is under construction and most of the original content is currently offline. (pretty much the only thing left online is the original gallery).{nl}{nl}I’ll be working on this new layout for a while probably, but please check back soon, because I intent to have this Ryan Reynolds fansite up and running in no time!