Ryan Reynolds reflected on what it means to see fans return to theaters and how he would cry while watching videos of the audience reaction to Avengers Endgame.
Ryan Reynolds’ upcoming film Free Guy will only hit theaters, which will be very emotional for his star, as the actor recalls crying while watching audience reaction videos of Avengers: Endgame, because the experience of seeing a crowded audience reacting together meant a lot to him.
Reynolds discussed his tearful reaction in an interview with TotalFilm last year which was just posted online, bringing it to the attention of more people.
Reynolds was still locked up with his family when he gave the interview, and he noted that he had watched Avengers: Endgame public reaction videos frequently at the time, which made him cry. He explained why: “Maybe I’m emotional about everything that’s going on in the world, but I was sobbing this morning watching this. This is one of the nicest big budget action movies I have ever seen. It’s something that I really look forward to and really miss – in a movie theater and watching a movie that way. It is a unique experience.
Reynolds has been quite open with his emotions in the past, explaining, for example, how to finally get to star in dead Pool after a long wait did it, otherwise cry“Crying would be pushing, sobbing would be more appropriate,” he told Confidenti @ l at the movie’s Times Square premiere. “I wanted to make this movie with such passion and such desperation for so long. To some extent I was heartbroken when we couldn’t make it and a little miracle called the Internet, on which our material is leaked and fans have demanded the film. “
Likewise, when Reynolds saw the final authentic comic book version of Deadpool’s costume, “When we finally saw this costume, fully made, finished and finished… Tim Miller and I cried.”
Then again, when asked about The game of thrones episode starring the Battle of Winterfell in “The Long Night,” the actor also noted, “There may have been tears. I was crying!” So maybe Reynolds is just an easy brand when it comes to causing tears.
Directed by Shawn Levy from a screenplay by Matt Lieberman and Zak Penn, free guy stars Ryan Reynolds as Guy, Jodie Comer as Milly, Joe Keery as Keys, Lil Rel Howery as Buddy, Utkarsh Ambudkar as Mouser and Taika Waititi as Antoine. The film arrives in theaters August 13.
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Source: Digital Spy
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