Ryan Reynolds turned to TikTok to recreate one of his funniest movie scenes and the fans are here for it. The actor is now on TikTok and he posted a hilarious clip of himself singing “I Swear” from All-4-One which is a famous scene from his 2005 Just friends movie. In the clip, Reynolds starts singing a track from “I Swear” while sounding like he did when he was in the hilarious romantic comedy.
The 44-year-old is hilarious enough as it is, but bringing some nostalgia to the table with a video like this, fans are there for it all day. The films of the early 2000s tell the story of Chris Brander (Reynolds) and Jamie Palamino (Amy Smart) and their romantic story of going from just friends to something a little more. Palamino grew up with Brander, and the two were just friends, Palamino thought. While she couldn’t see anything, Brander had a crush on his girlfriend. But it wasn’t until later in life that Palamino showed the same interest again.
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Reynolds was recently the man behind a hilarious Match.com ad that made viewers laugh in tears. The gist of the ad got so much attention not only because of the truth behind it, but also because it was done so comically. 2020 put a lot of people out of work and since most weddings have been called off and postponed, that means the wedding singers couldn’t get paid either. So the dating site teamed up with Reynolds and used real wedding singers to create a hilarious song and commercial that encouraged singles to “reconnect with love” in the hopes that their concerts might pick up. due to an influx of marriages.
“This is an article about returning to love,” Reynolds said in a press release. “Maximum Effort, my business, we worship and love bringing people together. Obviously Satan and 2020 brought people together in a slightly different way. Now we’re trying to bring people together with an all-time great song. ” And that’s exactly what they did.
Reynolds’ latest film The bodyguard of the hitman’s wife recently premiered just before Father’s Day weekend. During PopCulture.com interviews, star Salma Hayek and director Patrick Hughes both had good things to say about the actor as they made the action comedy sequel. Although Hughes joked that he liked using Reynolds as a punching bag in scenes, Reynolds had a great attitude about it.