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29 June 2013 Posted by

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DEADLINE.COM – Ryan Reynolds is set to star with Ben Mendelsohn in Mississippi Grind, the next film for writer/directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden.

The film focuses on a gambler on a losing streak who teams with a younger gambling addict, hoping to change his luck. They road trip through the South hoping fortune will smile upon them.

Fleck and Boden most recently directed Half Nelson and It’s Kind Of A Funny Story. The film is being produced by Electric City partners Jamie Patricof and Lynette Howell, and John Lesher through his Le Grisbi banner. Production will start early next year.

Reynolds is coming off Safe House, and next stars with Jeff Bridges in the Robert Schwentke-directed R.I.P.D. He has been mixing studio work with character pieces, and also completed the Atom Egoyan-directed Queen Of The Night, Voices, and the FilmDistrict/Endgame thriller Selfless. The latter is directed by Tarsem Singh, about a wealthy elderly man who gets a body transplant, with complications ensuing when he starts to uncover the body’s origins.

Reynolds is repped by CAA, and lawyered by David Weber. Mendelsohn is repped by CAA. Fleck and Boden are repped by WME and Management 360, and the film is being packaged by WME and CAA, which will sell domestic. Panorama is selling foreign. Emmett Furla Films had been in talks to finance the film, when Jake Gyllenhaal was attached to play the older gambler. That financier is still in the mix on the film, I’ve heard. Electric City is ready to start production on the Tim Burton-directed Big Eyes with Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams.

27 June 2013 Posted by

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EXTRATV.COM“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with actor Ryan Reynolds in at the Barcelona world premiere of his new animated film, “Turbo,” where he dished on wife Blake Lively’s approval of his wardrobe and his other summer flick, the action comedy “R.I.P.D.”

While Lively was absent on the red carpet, she did sign off on Ryan’s blue button-down shirt and coral tie ensemble. Reynolds said, “I would never walk out of the house without her approval.”

When asked about a potential box office rivalry between “Turbo” and “R.I.P.D.” – which are being released just two days apart – Ryan quipped, “It’s Ryan Reynolds vs. Ryan Reynolds at the box office. You’re going up against yourself… which one wins?”

26 June 2013 Posted by

Interview with Ryan Reynolds, who is the voice for Turbo in Turbo:

1. Turbo
2. How Turbo fits into his community
3. Turbo’s dreams
4. Idea of Turbo
5. Progression of the film
6. Imagination of the filmmakers
7. Concept
8. Favorite part of his character

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18 June 2013 Posted by

MOVIEFONE.COM – Samuel L. Jackson takes Ryan Reynolds under his slimy wing (shell?) and introduces him to his snail crew in this exclusive clip from “Turbo.”

Reynolds voices the titular character in the DreamWorks animated tale about a snail who dreams of racing in the Indy 500 and who — because of a freak accident — may get the opportunity.

In the clip below, we meet Whiplash (Jackson) and his gang of wannabe-speedy snails, including Burn (Maya Rudolph), Skid Mark (Ben Schwartz), and Smoove Move (unmistakably voiced by Snoop Lion).

“Turbo” races into theaters July 17.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18 June 2013 Posted by

THEWRAP.COM – When it comes to “Highlander” stars, there can only be one. Now, however, there are none, as TheWrap has learned that Ryan Reynolds has exited Summit Entertainment’s upcoming reboot, leaving producers Neal Moritz and Peter Davis back at square one.

Summit has been developing “Highlander” for several years, with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (“28 Weeks Later”) most recently attached to direct. After a year of working on the project, Fresnadillo had a different vision in mind than Summit and they amicably parted ways in November 2012.

Summit vowed to move quickly in finding Fresnadillo’s replacement but still hasn’t brought another filmmaker onboard, leaving Reynolds in limbo. An individual familiar with “Highlander” tells TheWrap that Reynolds’ exit may actually prove beneficial for the project, as a new director will be able to cast a new leading man rather than inherit a previous filmmaker’s decision.

Reynolds was attached to play Connor MacLeod, an immortal Scottish swordsman forced to confront the Kurgan, a brutal barbarian who lusts for the fabled “Prize.” Christopher Lambert starred in the original along with Clancy Brown and Sean Connert.

Art Marcum and Matt Holloway wrote the “Highlander” reboot, while Noah Oppenheim penned the most recent draft. Melissa Rosenberg also took a stab at the script in 2011.

Justin Lin was originally attached to direct in September 2009, though he exited the project in August 2011 to focus on “Fast and Furious 6.”

Reynolds certainly won’t be hurting for work, as he’ll soon begin filming Tarsem Singh’s thriller “Selfless,” which FilmDistrict will release on Sept. 26, 2014. He also stars opposite Jeff Bridges in Universal’s “R.I.P.D” and voices the title character in “Turbo,” which DreamWorks Animation opens July 17.

Reynolds recently wrapped Atom Egoyan’s kidnapping thriller “Queen of the Night” and Marjane Satrapi’s psychological thriller “The Voices.” He’s repped by CAA and attorney David Weber.

15 June 2013 Posted by

EONLINE.COM – Melissa Joan Hart has a confession that is sure to make her fellow ladies sigh, to say the least.

Swinging by Thursday night’s Chelsea Lately to plug her forthcoming memoir, Melissa Explains It All, the Melissa & Joey star revealed to guest host Ross Mathews that she once had a makeout session with Ryan Reynolds when both were budding young stars and the latter wasn’t quite the heartthrob that he is today.

Hart, now 37, talked about how the two were costarring in the Sabrina the Teenage Witch movie back in 1996 when, on the last day of shooting, Ryan attempted to sweep Melissa off her feet by presenting her with a luxury Beluga watch.

“He was 17 and I was, like, 19. I was like, ‘You’re too young for me,” recalled Hart about the actor who would eventually go on to become People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. “So I stopped his car…and I wasn’t sure; am I gonna get mad at him? I wasn’t sure so I just grabbed him and started kissing him.”

“You get a piece of jewelry like that, you gotta make out with the guy!” the actress added.

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YAHOO.COM – Ryan Reynolds lends his vocal talents to DreamWorks’ latest animation ‘Turbo’.

The star plays Theo, a.k.a Turbo, a common garden snail who dreams of being the greatest racer in the world. Amazingly, a freak accident might help him become just that, but before that it’s just a pipe dream, as you can see from our exclusive clip.

Samuel L. Jackson, Paul Giamatti, Bill Hader and snoop Dogg (obviously) co-star.

‘Turbo’ is released in the UK on 18 October.