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Ryan Reynolds: Blake Lively Helped on ‘Deadpool,’ but Industry ‘Sexism’ Keeps Her from Being Recognized

Ryan Reynolds is back in the spotlight as the star of the upcoming video-game sci-fi comedy “Free Guy,” out in theaters on Friday, August 13 from director Shawn Levy. Inevitably as the actor makes press rounds, questions surrounding “Deadpool,” that film’s sequel, and the upcoming, now-in-development “Deadpool 3” have surfaced. And Reynolds, in an interview […]

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‘7 Days’: A Sweet-Natured & Empathetic Rom-Com For The Covid Era [Tribeca Review]

Using the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic as a backdrop for a quarantine-style romantic comedy, Roshan Sethi’s directorial debut, “7 Days,” which pushes two ideologically opposed young Indian-American characters together during shelter-in-place, is a compact, empathetic wonder that only occasionally dips into overtly broad comedy. Co-written by Sethi, a co-creator of the popular Fox […]

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Superhero Bits: ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ Next Gen Release Delayed, Deadpool Becomes Ghost Rider & More

Did you know there was a Superman short where Perry White was pissed that his Corn Flakes were missing? What do critics think of Helstrom on Hulu so far? What’s the working title for Zack Snyder’s Justice League reshoots? When will Black Adam start shooting? Will Fantastic Four debut in Ant-Man 3? Why is the […]

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Ryan Reynolds to Star in Monster-Invasion Comedy from ‘Paddington’ Director Paul King

Hot off the release of his critically-acclaimed cut of Green Lantern, Ryan Reynolds has found yet another project. THR reports that the Deadpool star is signed on to lead Everyday Parenting Tips, a family comedy set up at Universal by dynamic duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller as part of their overall deal at the […]

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‘The New Mutants’ Was Supposed to Kick Off a Trilogy of X-Men Horror Films, Including an Alien Invasion Story

Back when The New Mutants was in production, it was part of an ambitious slate of X-Men movies that were pushing the franchise in bold new directions. Deadpool was a self-aware comedy. Logan was an R-rated drama for adults. And director Josh Boone‘s tale of young mutants being held in a psychiatric hospital was a […]

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