Friday, December 27, 2019

Blind Item #12

This alliterate foreign born A+ list mostly movie actor had final say on the director for the latest installment of his more successful franchise. He picked the one who kissed his butt the most.

11 comments:

sandybrook said...

Ryan Reynolds?

MyDogSmiles said...

I think it's Reynolds and Deadpool 3

Tricia13 said...

+10000000000 you both

Derp said...

It better be fucking amazing because the exact same van wilder shit he does in every movie is starting to get annoying. The exact same frat boy voice too.

Brayson87 said...

Hopefully it's better than Deadpool 2. I thought Miller was supposed to be the action guy and Reynolds was more about the funny, but it certainly seemed like the opposite.

Rosie riveter said...

I really enjoyed Deadpool. I even enjoyed Pikachu. But Ryan Reynolds is looking busted AF
He's aging like the women who strive to be super skinny their whole life and all sudden they're 50-60 and look worse than if they just allow themselves to gain the 10 extra pounds

Unknown said...

Ryan Reynolds... he needs to find himself a new gimmick... it's getting tiresome... like Dwayne "the rock" Johnson ...

His latest 6underground on Netflix is a big pile of mind numbing sh#te, not to mention the product placement galore thing throughout...

notthisagain said...

Ryan Reynolds is the male equivalent of a butterface.

Brayson87 said...

Oh come on, Ryan Reynolds is usually comedy gold. He's got the timing and the meaningful looks down.

DJS NOLA said...

ryan reynolds is the Kate Hudson of Jennifer Annistons

Angela said...

Each Deadpool movie have a global box-office of around $800m, while costing something like $60m and $110m. The directors changed, yet the audience didn't mind. The main draw is the lead character and the humor. And Ryan Reynolds was the one who campaigned on his own for years for this particular take on Deadpool to be the center of a standalone film, while outside producers and directors had developed misguided takes on the character, which resulted in his performance in the reviled X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

What's very funny is that Enty already played that card, about Ryan Reynolds being a diva who takes credit for the film being a hit and got the original director replaced, after the first Deadpool.
Deadpool diirector Tim Miller went on directing Terminator: Dark Fate, which was a huge flop, that Enty recently all blamed on the studios and on the aging stars for having this idiotic idea in the first place, but not on the director.
Yeah, it's funny to see that Enty assigns responsibilities based solely on his own agenda about celebrities rather than reality. And I don't even stand Reynolds or the Deadpool films. They're repetitive and being meta doesn't make things automatically funny.

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