Ryan Reynolds Daily

  • Ryan Reynolds is the man. Fact. And with that, he understands social media and how to stoke fan (nerd) frenzy.

    So either he dropped a hint about a major Deadpool 2 casting or he is just trolling us. Either way, we at Heat Vision approve.

    Reynolds posted a photo on Instagram on Tuesday (captioned “Wolvie. Bond. Wade”) of himself, Hugh Jackman and none other than James Bond himself, Pierce Brosnan, hanging out, doing the ole “hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil” pose.

    This led a lot of fans to jump to the conclusion that Brosnan may be playing the time-traveling badass Cable in the next Deadpool installment.

    Still, it should be noted that a second picture posted to Reynold’s Facebook page, showing the three men laughing like they just played a gag on someone, can’t be overlooked.

    Reynolds, or rather his alter ego, Deadpool, told fans in the post-credits scene that Cable would appear in the sequel to the 2016 film, which was a huge hit with critics and scored big time at the box office.

    Deadpool is Reynold’s baby and there is no way he would allow any character to be cast in the next film who wasn’t perfect.

    In fact, there was some speculation that Tim Miller, director of the first film, parted ways with the sequel’s project over “creative differences” with Reynolds. David Leitch has since stepped in to direct.

    Brosnan certainly has the résumé to play such a character. But, for now, it’s all just fun fan speculation.

    Credit: Hollywood Reporter

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    What a night at the People’s Choice Awards! The people have spoken…..

    Firstly, Blake Lively won Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress! Huge congratulations go out to her!

    Secondly, Ryan Reynolds won for Favorite Movie Actor! And….. Deadpool won for Favorite Action Movie!

    Way to go Ryan!


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    Ryan appeared in two great movies in 2016, which were ‘Criminal’ and ‘Deadpool’. I highly suggest you buying both because they are both great movies & you get to support Ryan Reynolds. 2017 seems to already to be like a great year for Ryan with 2 movies. Below I listed a preview for both movies, just in case you haven’t seen either. Please check back for the latest news on Ryan and his movies.


    Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) is a CIA agent on a mission in London tracking down a shadowy hacker nicknamed “The Dutchman.” When he gets mysteriously ambushed and killed, an experimental procedure is used to transfer his memories into dangerous ex-convict Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner). When he wakes up with the CIA agent’s memories, his mission is to find The Dutchman and eliminate him before the hacker launches ICBM’s and starts World War III. But complications soon arise and the mission turns personal.


    This is the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.



  • A first promotionnal still for Ryan’s next project Criminal is out and have been added in the photo gallery. Enjoy!

  • 17 HQ pictures of Ryan filming Deadpool on April, 18 2015 in Vancouver have been added in the photo gallery. Enjoy!

  • I have uploaded 13 new UHQ promotionnal stills of Deadpool in the photo gallery. Enjoy!

  • I have uploaded 04 UHQ promotionnal stills of Deadpool in the photo gallery. Enjoy!

  • Big congrats to Ryan and all ‘Deadpool’ staff for this new record!

    Deadpool got off to a blazing start last night, with a stunning $12.7 million in Thursday previews. The film began its run at 7:00 pm in its various formats (DLP, IMAX, PLF, D-Box, etc.) and now all that’s left to do is speculate just how big the Ryan Reynolds superhero action comedy will climb over the President’s Day holiday. That’s the biggest Thursday preview audience ever for an R-rated movie, ahead of Fifty Shades of Grey ($8.6m on this very weekend last year from Universal/Comcast Corp.) and The Hangover part II ($10.4m back in 2011 from Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc.). The 20th Century Fox production, which is, of course, a spin-off of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is something of a test case in terms of selling a hard-R superhero comic book movie, something we haven’t seen that much of since Wesley Snipes’s Blade franchise came-and-went over a six-year period.

    Anyway, let’s grab the calculator and dive in. But either Deadpool is about to break a record for an R-rated debut or we’re dealing with Harry Potter/Star Wars/Twilight-level frontloading.

    First of all, if you’re wondering how this stacks up against 20th Century Fox’s prior X-Men movies, here’s the general scoop. X-Men: Days of Future Past earned $8.1 million on Thursday-at-10pm shows back in May of 2014 for an eventual $90m Fri-Sun/$110m-Fri-Mon Memorial Day debut. That means it made 9% of its three-day and 7.3% of its holiday debut on Thursday. The Wolverine earned $4m Thursday towards a $53m opening weekend back in 2013 (7.5%). X-Men: First Class earned $3.37m on Thursday in 2011 for a $55m weekend (6.1%) while X-Men Origins: Wolverine earned $5m at midnight towards a boffo $85m weekend (5.8%). And finally, X-Men: The Last Stand earned $5.9m at midnight in May of 2006 towards a $102m Fri-Sun (5.7%)/$122m Fri-Mon (4.8%) debut weekend. None of these apply because none of them made almost $13m before the start of the conventional weekend.

    For comparison, do note Fifty Shades of Grey ($8.6 million/$85.1m Fri-Sun/$93m Fri-Mon), Fox’s The Kingsman: The Secret Service ($1.4m/$36.2m/$41.7m), Warner’s American Sniper ($5.3m/$89m/$107m), and Walt Disney’s Ant-Man. Said Marvel movie earned $6.4m on Thursday for an eventual $57.25m debut weekend last summer. I am discounting The Hangover part II because it opened on a massive Thursday-to-Monday holiday weekend and thus was more spread out. Also not being counted is The Matrix Reloaded which earned $5m on Wednesday towards a $134m Thurs-Sun opening. Again, none of these are good comparisons but I wrote this yesterday when I thought Deadpool would do around $8m last night, so there ya go.

    For the record, Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, which Deadpool is not, generally pull in around 9-11% of their Fri-Sun totals on Thursday/midnight, a figure that would give Deadpool a debut of between $115m Fri-Sun/$141m Fri-Mon and $127m Fri-Sun/$156m Fri-Mon weekend. By the way, Warner’s The Dark Knight also did 11.3% of its then-record $158m opening weekend on its Thursday midnight performance back in 2008 while X-Men: Days of Future Past earned 9% of its Fri-Sun debut on Thursday, so said equation accounts for quite a few comparisons.

    source: Forbes
  • First trailer for new Ryan’s movie project “Criminal is finally out. Enjoy!

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