What Ryan Reynolds Would Do Over Again With Green Lantern

22 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

How Ryan Reynolds Was Betrayed by One of His Best Friends.

For all the benefits of celebrity-dom—getting every item on the menu brought to your table at a restaurant (we assume), getting a screener of any movie you want just by texting your assistant (we imagine), getting to go backstage at any concert you attend (we are pretty sure)—there are, of course, a whole bunch of well-known drawbacks: the paparazzi, the tabloid coverage, and a sudden difficulty in knowing who among your friends and family you can trust.“A guy that I’d known for my whole life, one of my closest friends growing up, he had been shopping pictures of my baby around,” the actor revealed in the October issue of GQ. Comics adaptation “Green Lantern,” which has been the butt of jokes since it was released in 2011. “I know that this is gonna sound like some sort of guy who’s spent a little bit of time in a monastery or something, but it all led to here,” the star of the upcoming Marvel Comics adaptation “Deadpool” told GQ in an interview for a cover story. “If I had to do it all again, I’d do the exact same thing.” Reynolds has had notoriously bad luck with comic-book movies.

He called the betrayal by his friend of 25 years “shocking” and that he had “a pretty strongly worded conversation,” with the now foe, who was selling his family photos for money. “There isn’t really a conversation to have. It’s just, ‘Oh, well, now I’m never going to see you or talk to you again, unfortunately.’ That’s kind of how it worked out.” “I have no problems waking up five times in the middle of the night and changing diapers, and as exhausted as you get, I have this stupid grin on my face all the time.” His first appearance as Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” was widely panned by fans – mostly because the filmmakers took away the usually chatty character’s mouth.

The upcoming Fox release promises to be bloody, vulgar and more in sync with the comics version of the “Merc With a Mouth.” The project came about after test footage of Reynolds in full Deadpool garb dispatching bad guys reportedly leaked online, and it was the buzz of San Diego Comic-Con this past summer. It was like one of those devastating things to find out.” (Neither Lively nor Reynolds has shared any photos of James since she was born in December of last year.) Reynolds went on, discussing this former friend’s motives: “[He or she did it] just for money.

Reynolds told GQ that he was a little reluctant to get back into the superhero game, but the budget, scale and attitude of “Deadpool” didn’t feel as huge as his previous would-be blockbusters. “There was not a tremendous responsibility to meet some kind of bottom line. Also, whoever this person is, one imagines he or she could—now with nothing to lose, and an even higher “profile”—sell their story to In Touch, or whatever (“Spurned by Blake and Ryan!”), though we shall hope, for the sake of the Lively-Reynolds joint psyche, that he or she does not.

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