Ryan Reynolds Shawn Levy Time Travel Movie

In yet another sign of the times, the Ryan ReynoldsShawn Levy time travel movie is time traveling from Paramount to Netflix. There was a time, not so long ago, where the thought of a major studio movie with a big star going right to Netflix would be unthinkable. But studios have grown warier and warier of projects that don’t already have franchise brand recognition. And now, Paramount’s loss will be Netflix’s gain.

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futha mucka

Loved the foul-mouthed banter between Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds in The Hitman’s Bodyguard? You’ll soon get more of it in animated form with a new Quibi animated series Futha MuckaThe Hitman’s Bodyguard co-stars are reuniting for the (probably just as expletive-laden) animated series for Quibi, in which they star as fictionalized versions of themselves who are…in love with each other?

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Ryan Reynolds time travel

Looks like Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy enjoyed making Free Guy together, because the actor and director are reuniting to make a time travel adventure movie for Skydance. Get the details below.
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Free Guy clip

Free Guy, the film in which Ryan Reynolds plays an NPC living in a violent video game world, was among the many movies that Disney shuffled around on the release calendar today due to the coronavirus pandemic. The movie, which was initially supposed to arrive this July, will now hit theaters on December 11, 2020. To make that delay a little more bearable, Reynolds shared a clip from the film on his YouTube page of his character sitting inside his apartment as the outside world goes absolutely insane around him. (#RelatableAF)
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Colbert Saved by the Bell

While we’re all sitting around daydreaming about an alternate reality in which the coronavirus doesn’t exist, it may be interesting to mix it up for a second and try to envision a world in which Samuel “Screech” Powers – the scrawny, Lisa Turtle-obsessed goofball on Saved by the Bell – was played by late night talk show host and comedian Stephen Colbert instead of actor Dustin Diamond. Colbert says he auditioned for the role of Screech in the 1980s and was rejected for a pretty humorous reason. Watch him tell the story below. Read More »

Dragon's Lair movie

If you didn’t grow up playing video games in arcades, you may only be familiar with Dragon’s Lair from its appearance in the second season of Stranger Things. But the medieval-themed fantasy adventure was once the most popular video game in the country, and now Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) is set to star in a live-action film adaptation. Get the details below. Read More »

coronavirus charity

On Monday, Amy Adams blessed the internet with her presence by joining Instagram for the first time. But it turns out the Sharp Objects actress did it more than just out of self quarantine-induced boredom. In her first Instagram post, Adams announced that she and Jennifer Garner were teaming up to launch a joint charitable organization to help children affected by the coronavirus — by reading them bedtime stories. Adams and Garner’s soothing voices reading us The Giving Tree? Yes please.

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red notice first look

Red Notice, the very expensive Netflix movie starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds, is now filming – and we have our first official look at the film courtesy of Johnson’s in-demand Instagram account. The Rock posted a behind-the-scenes look at himself wearing a tux while surrounded by a plethora of clapperboards, because Red Notice is using all the cameras, folks.

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Clue Remake Director - James Bobin

It’s been two years since we heard Ryan Reynolds was producing a new adaptation of the classic murder mystery board game Clue from Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Since then, Jason Bateman boarded the project as director, but unfortunately, his commitment to the Netflix series Ozark will keep him from following through. Now the project set up at the newly branded 20th Century Studios has brought on a new filmmaker from Disney’s neck of the woods: The Muppets director James Bobin. Read More »

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Deadpool 3 in Development

Deadpool arrived on the scene with a bang as one of 20th Century Fox’s biggest successes in recent memory. The sequel was one of those rare follow-ups that performed nearly as well as its predecessor, dropping only slightly in the domestic and global box office. But now the R-rated, fourth wall-breaking Merc with a Mouth has a new home thanks to the purchase of 20th Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company. Fans have been wondering what the future holds for the mostly jolly guy in the red suit played by Ryan Reynolds, and they have a more official answer straight from the man himself. Read More »