Ryan Reynolds will perform at another “Celebrity Autobiography” show on 21st February 2012! This event will benefit the Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital Foundation. You can still buy tickets so if you’re interested so see Ryan among many other celebrities on stage, click here!
Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 at 5:30 pm and 8:00 pm
Scheduled to appear: Valerie Bertinelli, Craig Bierko, Micky Dolenz, Florence Henderson, Lainie Kazan, Andrea Martin, Eugene Pack, Matthew Perry, Martha Plimpton, Dayle Reyfel, Ryan Reynolds, Martin Short, And more…
Proceeds will build the Pediatric Intensive Care Pharmacy at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital
Press tour of “Safe House” has started! Today Ryan and Denzel talked to a bunch of journalists in order to promote their new movie and I’m going to post them as soon as they are out. To get a glimpse of Ryan, take a look at this picture that he took with AJ Calloway today! AJ’s comment on “Safe House”: “This is a action packed movie like no other.” Sounds good to me!
First of all, congrats to Ryan for winning the award for Favorite Movie Superhero at the People’s Choice Awards, for his role in “Green Lantern“! And, more importantly, thanks to all of you who voted. Without every single one of you it wouldn’t have been possible, this sounds cliché but it’s true, so thanks.
There is another Nissan Leaf video that I missed, watch here:
I decided to put the ultimate Ryan Reynolds Overdose on hiatus. I won’t post any news until the end of August, maybe even until September, it depends on my internet connection, since I’m moving to another flat in August.
These are the most important upcoming dates to remember:
28 July 2011: “The Amityville Horror” on Oxygen
31 July 2011: “Die Hochzeitsfalle” on ProSieben (German TV)
1 August 2011: Ryan and Matt Nathanson on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno“, NBC
Thanks to the Comic-Con there are plenty of new interviews with Ryan. Above you can see 4 new “Green Lantern” posters.
Read transcription of “Green Lantern” press conference here:
For Ryan, are there any specific Green Lantern comic book storylines that you’re particularly fond of?
There’s a lot of them that are inspiring. Unlike many of the comic books, it’s such a vast universe to this character and his contemporaries. I read a few different ones. For the most part this is an origin story so I was able to focus a little on Secret Origins, but then, obviously, our script is a much more in depth interpretation of that basic storyline. Geoff Johns described this thing as a version of Star Wars in the DC universe. I think that was a pretty apt description. You have so much you can mine out of this. Out of these comics and this character in particular. I think that any time you’re dealing with a guy who has something unbelievable and insurmountable to overcome, it makes for a pretty interesting story. As an actor, it’s an interesting and excellent thing for me to get an opportunity to play. This guy has a very distinct starting point. He’s a bit of a fractured human being. He’s seen some difficult stuff in his life. He’s seen his father die. We move on to find him a little bit later in life and he’s kind of arrogant, cocky and aimless. It’s this extraordinary power that is bestowed on him that sort of sets him on a bit of a humbler path. It’s pretty cool.
How does your experience playing a superhero in Green Lantern differ from playing the imaginary superhero in Paper Man? And is this costume even tighter than the Paper Man costume?
So you’re the guy that saw Paper Man! Yeah, this costume is a motion capture suit that I’m wearing. Because it’s not seen on camera, they’ve managed to find a material that I think most would agree is the most aggravating substance on earth. We’re shooting in Louisiana, which is pretty close to the sun in terms of the hottest place you can find anywhere around. The suit has actually been a little bit difficult running around in a unitard in the New Orleans high summer heat. If I were wearing anything, it’s going to be pretty uncomfortable doing an action movie this time of year in the deep south. I can’t be too hard on the suit.