Ryan Reynolds admits his first phone call would be to his brother, not his wife, if he ever found himself buried alive.
Ryan Reynolds suited up last night to attend a Cinema Society screening of his movie Buried at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in NYC. He mingled with friends like Peter Facinelli and Adrian Grenier, and Ryan also had a moment to speak with press about how hard he worked on the film. He said, "Usually you shoot eight to 10 shots a day. We were doing 30 to 35 shots a day and one day we did 52." Ryan also shared his thoughts on Twitter, revealing, "I don't have a Twitter account. I'm so 1989." The actor's in the midst of a nationwide promotional tour for the project, and he kicked things off earlier this week with a premiere in Chicago alongside director Rodrigo Cortes. Ryan was up this morning despite his evening out, continuing his press rounds at The Early Show.
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Ryan Reynolds took his tour for Buried on the road yesterday, making a stop in Chicago to show off his project along with director Rodrigo Cortes. The actor was just up north in his native Canada, where he attended a premiere and press conference during the Toronto Film Festival. Their project hits big screens later this month, and Ryan's lining up new projects to keep him busy through the next year. He just got a new costar in Olivia Wilde in the movie The Change-Up, and there's also his film with Sandra Bullock. Details are hazy on Ryan's reunion with his buddy from The Proposal, but he's apparently down to do whatever she wants.
Ryan Reynolds was the man of the hour at the Toronto Film Festival premiere of Buried last night. The movie, which takes place entirely inside a box where Ryan is trapped, was among Buzz's favorites at Sundance and is gaining more glowing reviews. Ryan and Scarlett Johansson are coming up on their second wedding anniversary later this month, though in keeping with their private nature he brought his mom Tammy as a date instead. Ryan is among the many hot guys stopping through Canada and the well-dressed actor has more promotional appearances ahead before Buried's Sept. 24 release. He gave us a peek at his sensitive heart, charming sense of humor, and amazing abs on the October cover of GQ, but that's not all he has going for him. Ryan is adding TV comedy producer to his ever-growing resume.
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Everyone's buzzing about Fall TV, but don't forget the Fall movies that will be hitting big screens over the next few months! Here is your sneak peek at the comedies, dramas, and award season contenders on my list of ones-to-watch. Then stay tuned for part two with even more films to look forward to!
The weather is cooling down, the stores are filled with pens and pencils, and people are talking about football again. This can only mean one thing: September has finally arrived! Don't get downtrodden with the end-of-Summer blues, though: I've got just what you need to make the seasonal transition: a whole slew of new stuff to look forward to in September, from music to brand-new TV to anticipated movies.
The end of Summer heralds not just the return of new Fall TV, but a decidedly different type of movie season. Sure, there are some lighthearted comedies coming out this month, but you'll notice that September promises a lot of drama in the way of film. The awards buzz is sure to begin for some of these movies, but regardless, let me know which of these releases you're most looking forward to seeing!
Back in January, we got a little peek at Buried with this teaser featuring Ryan Reynolds pleading for his life from inside a coffin. Now that the film has been picked up for wide release, it gets the official trailer treatment — but (twist!) there's no actual footage from the movie in it. That said, it still left me covered with goosebumps.
The preview twists and turns through photos of Reynolds as Paul Conroy, a contractor who's been kidnapped in Iraq and wakes up in a coffin. We hear desperate phone calls made from his underground box as Paul tries to get in touch with someone who can free him. His pleas with his captor are heartbreaking and downright upsetting to listen to, but the preview does a great job of capturing the intensity of the film. Buried was my favorite film at the Sundance Film Festival, but will you check it out when it hits theaters on Oct. 8? Decide for yourself when you read more