I’ve went and re-capped ‘The Amityville Horror’ in 1080p instead of the DVD quality that we had before. For some reason, I think the previous owner had skipped a lot of scenes because I got plenty more than what they had before which was around 400.
We have seen the teaser and now Hyundai has uploaded the full commercial spot for the Super Bowl! It’s every girl’s dream come true for sure. I can’t even pick which Ryan is hotter than the other. What are you doing still reading this anyway? Watch the video below and see what it’s like to be in Ryanville! Tune in to the Super Bowl game this Sunday (Feb 7) at 6.35PM ET on CBS for more of Ryan on your TV screen. A 30-second version of “Ryanville” will air during the second quarter.
Remember that Australia’s Day message from Ryan as “Deadpool”? In the video, Ryan said “You gave us Wolverine. And for that, I can’t forgive you. I’ve got no problems with Hugh. I mean, he’s a delightful guy. A true legend. But that movie, that was a career-low for me.” Apparently, Yahoo caught up with Hugh while he was promoting his movie at Sundance and asked what he thought about it.
“Love it. It’s just brilliant. I mean, I love Ryan, he’s a good mate of mine. He’s so fantastic.”
But does he think Wolverine would be able to take down Deadpool?
“A hundred percent.”
Yahoo also asked if he ever considers reprising his role as ‘Wolverine’ in “Deadpool 2” (fyi, nothing has been confirmed on this. The reporter was simply fishing.)
“I’ve never thought about it till now, but doing something with Ryan – he’s awesome – that’s always attractive to me. But I think you’ve probably got several other people lined up to play [Wolverine],”
Would love to see Ryan and Hugh sharing the big screen again. They seemed to have loads of fun while filming “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”.
Ryan will appear in a 30-second spot for Hyundai during the second quarter of Super Bowl 50 set to air on February 7 at 3:25 PM PT on CBS. Hyundai has released a teaser video and 2 teaser photos. The commercial featuring Ryan is called ‘Ryanville’ and it will show a woman being distracted as she drives through a neighborhood full of Ryan (now that I don’t mind!).
A musical version of the classic Christmas story by Charles Dickens. A miserly man who treats everyone around him with terrible selfishness finds himself on a fantastical adventure into the three phases of time: past, present, and future, in order to discover how he ended up so miserable and alone.
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