Sixty years after fleeing Vienna, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman, attempts to reclaim family possessions that were seized by the Nazis.
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Convinced that his newfound friend (Ryan Reynolds) is a good-luck charm, a gambling addict (Ben Mendelsohn) takes the man on a road trip to a high-stakes poker game in New Orleans.
“When I auditioned, her name was Kathy, because they do these codenames. I didn’t know anything about the film at all” – Brianna Hildebrand on ‘Deadpool’
Ryan Reynolds on Indie Films and the “Uptown Problem” of Being a Character Actor in a Leading Man’s Body
“I’ve done a lot of movies where the person I was co-starring with is a massive star, and [its underperformance is] still, for some reason, it’s my fault…” – Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds has emerged as one of Hollywood’s most sought-after leading men, with two very distinctive recent hit projects that surpassed the $300 million mark at the global box office: the romantic comedy The Proposal, opposite Sandra Bullock, in which he played a guy forced to marry his boss to curtail her deportation, and the fantasy-adventure X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in the role of Deadpool.
Trailer: ‘Fireflies in the Garden’ starring Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds, Willem Dafoe, Emily Watson
In Theaters: October 14, 2011
“That’s the thing I learned early on: No matter how preposterous it is, I don’t say a word (about tabloid stories), ever.
Blake Lively on her role in “Green Lantern”: “As soon as I got the role, I was quickly humbled about how naïve I was”
“I actually knew nothing about Green Lantern, and I imagined that nobody else in the world knew anything about Green Lantern.”
According to the clips below, Green Lantern is about to save us from some hideous looking smoke-like monster (Parallax) and I, for one, can’t wait to watch him do it
When, towards the end of the article, he was asked if he had any projects coming up, Reynolds said, “I don’t really know what I’m going to do next. I’ll meet with some directors via Skype.”
Director: David Dobkin
Cast: Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Olivia Wilde, Leslie Mann
Every year, Vanity Fair has what they call a ‘Hollywood’ issue.