Dear gin and soccer: Ryan Reynolds takes a break from the movie

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Dear gin and soccer
Ryan Reynolds takes a break from film

Instead of standing in front of the camera, Ryan Reynolds wants to devote himself to other business areas in the near future. After all, the Hollywood star is also an entrepreneur and can well imagine shining more in this role in the future. The 45-year-old owns a soccer team in England, among other things.

Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds plans to take an acting break for the next year to focus on soccer and gin. “I’m taking a break from filmmaking,” the Canadian announced in an interview with the British newspaper “Times”. “For the next year I want to take care of my business, including Wrexham AFC.” He had recently taken over the Welsh football club, which plays in England’s fifth division, with fellow actor Rob McElhenney.

“I wouldn’t mind if I were called an entrepreneur rather than an actor,” said the 45-year-old, who also owns a gin manufacturer. “I know I didn’t make anything up. I get involved in things that are already excellent. Wrexham was great before I came.”

He took over the gin company because he likes to drink gin himself, reported Reynolds, whose best-known roles include the comic anti-hero Deadpool. “Deadpool prefers to drink tequila because he’s avowed cheek and would drink anything there was a worm in,” joked Reynolds. “For me it is more important what I have in my mouth.”

The actor, who can currently be seen with the action hit “Red Notice” alongside his co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot in the cinema and on the streaming service Netflix, suspects that his chances of a vacant dream role are dwindling. “I heard they were looking for a new James Bond,” he joked. “Can you accept a Canadian who prefers gin and tonic rather than martini? If so, I would be interested.”

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