Ryan Reynolds reveals his WORST acting job

Ryan Reynolds he has become one of the most recognizable stars in the contemporary entertainment industry and, like any artist, he has had ups and downs in his career.

Having recently starred in the action ‘Red alert’ and also immortalized in the role of the franchise holder ‘Deadpool’, Reynolds revealed to the ComicBook.com what was the worst job as an actor he’s ever had in his professional life.

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“One of my first jobs was on a sitcom, there was a pilot and I was maybe 18 or 19 years old”, he told. “They rewrote everything just before the audience entered the set. So, it was a pilot. There were very high expectations. It was a live audience and nobody knew the lines. Everyone was quickly running to discover them”.

Reynolds continues: “actually, this was the first time I tried to experiment with camera improvisation. And it kind of saved my life at that point, but it was definitely a chaotic scenario. It was the exact dream we have when we are as unprepared as possible. Your face is burning and there are four or five hundred people in the audience watching you fall apart.”

Remembering that ‘Red alert’, which reunites Reynolds with Gal Gadot e Dwayne Johnson, is now available on Netflix.

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The feature is written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (‘Skyscraper’).

In the story, when Interpol issues the red alert — a global search and arrest warrant for the world’s most wanted criminals — it’s time for FBI top investigator John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) to step in. The hunt will put him in the middle of a daring assault plan, forcing him to team up with scammer Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) to capture the world’s most sought-after masterpiece thief, ‘The Bishop’ (Gal Gadot) . This grand adventure will take the trio around the globe, past dance floors, an isolated prison, through the jungle and, worst of all, constantly in each other’s company. The stellar cast also features Ritu Arya and Chris Diamantopoulos. Directed and written by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, Skyscraper: Boundless Courage) and produced by Hiram Garcia, Dwayne Johnson, and Dany Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions, Beau Flynn of Flynn Picture Co., and Thurber’s Bad Version, Inc., Red Alert is an elegant cat and mouse game around the globe.

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