In honor of Ryan Reynolds taking the 2010 People's Sexiest Man Alive title, we've rounded up his hot shirtless onscreen moments! Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook for all the latest celebrity gossip!
Ryan Reynolds went for the cute preppy look when he stopped by TRL yesterday to promote his new movie, The Nines. In the film, he plays three different characters and keeps the audience guessing as the separate plot lines eventually blend into one. It definitely sounds more complex than some of Ryan's memorable movies like Van Wilder, but apparently that's what drew him to the project. He said, "I wanted to do it because the movie is a question, instead of an answer. Nowadays, people only seem to want answers, a neat little bow at the end. I like movies that are a little more provocative to watch."
Naturally Ryan didn't feel much like commenting on his rumored relationship with Scarlett, but he did have this to say on the topic of the media getting into his personal life: "The line between news and entertainment gets blurred, and you end up as a voyeur to your own life... which is a great way to creep me out." Well, maybe if he'd just confirm it one way or another, we wouldn't have to keep making guesses. Just saying.
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If you're a Ryan Reynolds fan like I am, you may have been waiting for The Nines to come out ever since you first heard about its Sundance buzz back in January. On August 31, we'll get our chance to see the super-cute Reynolds starring opposite the ever-amazing Hope Davis as well as Elle Fanning and Melissa McCarthy (Sookie from "Gilmore Girls"!).
The Nines is an intriguing drama with existential themes. Reynolds, Davis and McCarthy each play three different characters in separate tales that come together somehow in the end. First-time director John August is known mostly for writing screenplays like Big Fish, Charlie's Angels (both movies) and Go, but the movie received some healthy reviews from Sundance. According to Variety, for example, "There's more than enough intelligence, intrigue and performance dazzle to make this an adventuresome gizmo for grownups — albeit one whose complexity presents marketing challenges." To check out the trailer, read more