“Free Guy” actor Ryan Reynolds reveals why he’s taking a break from the movies
Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds recently revealed why he decided to take a little sabbatical after finishing his upcoming Apple TV + movie âSpiritedâ. The actor told The Hollywood Reporter that he wanted to take a break from the movies to spend time with his family.
“I’m just trying to make some more space for my family [wife Blake Lively and their three daughters] and time with them, “Reynolds told The Hollywood Reporter at the Wall Street Journal Magazine Innovator Awards on Monday in New York.” You know, you don’t really get that time back, “he added.
The “Free Guy” actor took to his Instagram account on October 16 to share that “Spirited” had ended. “I’m not sure I would have been ready to say yes to such a difficult movie just three years ago. Singing, dancing and playing in the sandbox with Will Ferrell has made many dreams come true. “, he wrote. Reynolds added, “I’m going to miss every second of working with this group of incredibly gifted creators and artists.”
However, just because he won’t be making any films doesn’t mean that he won’t be working on one of the many other notches under his belt. âI’m obviously busy with other things in my business,â he said.
In addition to acting, Reynolds also owns stakes in Aviation Gin, Mint Mobile, Maximum Effort Marketing and Wrexham AFC.
âIntroducing yourself is so important and picking up the phone and getting your skin in the game. Our philosophy is to bring people together in fun, smart and unexpected ways,â Reynolds told The Hollywood Reporter of his many businesses.
âSo I’ll probably be out of the cinema, or at least filming, until the end of the summer,â he said. “It just gives me the opportunity to be at home,” he added.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, who married in 2012, are the proud parents of daughters James, Inez and Betty. The couple originally met while filming ‘Green Lantern’ in 2011, but they didn’t bond romantically until later – and have already had a double date with other people.