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A father-to-be, Ryan Reynolds pens a story about his own father.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the 38-year-old actor is sharing a story about his childhood for a "Time for Thanks" with Time.
He writes a story about wanting to get his ear pierced at the age of 13, but in typical teenage boy fashion, he was afraid of how his father would react.
Photos: Real Hollywood Dads That Dress the Part
Reynolds describes his father as "the toughest man alive: a former cop, former boxer and full-time landmine. He worked tirelessly to provide for his family and in return, you were expected to do what he said, often before he said it." He continues, "In a word, he was scary. Not because he was sadistic or physically abusive." He was scary because he was one of those people with an energetic 'weight' to him."
He further paints a picture of his dad saying, "Shifting his weight »
It turns out Blake Lively is even luckier than we thought. In addition to having Ryan Reynolds for a husband, it sounds as though she ended up with three amazing brothers-in-law as well! In an essay he penned for Time's "Time for Thanks" column, the daddy-to-be shared his own personal version of a family "Blue Moon," a "rare and spectacular" turn of events he has ever been thankful for, right in time for Thanksgiving. While you have to read the actor's words to get the full picture, basically it goes that, when the future Green Lantern star was 13, he decided he wanted to get his ears pierced. His three older brothers assured him that a hole in his earlobe assured certain doom »
After miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret. But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his parents (Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker) threatens to uncover the truth, Adaline makes a decision that will change her life forever.
The Age of Adaline opens on April 24th 2015.
The post First trailer and poster for The Age of Adaline appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
Part of what makes pop culture so exciting is the shock factor, and in 2014, celebrities really kept us on our toes. Kim Kardashian "broke the Internet" with her nude photo shoot in Paper magazine, and Blake Lively captivated her legions of fans with the debut of her baby bump. Proud parents like Beyoncé made us smile with sweet family snaps, while Liam Payne joined the groups of stars who pushed the boundaries of what's acceptable on social media. And then there are those who couldn't stop taking selfies. Now that it's a legitimate form of expression - hey, "selfie" is even in the dictionary - celebrities filled our feeds with more surprising snaps than ever before. Keep reading to see the (slightly Nsfw) pictures that blew up the Internet this year, and then check out the sexiest shirtless moments we've seen in 2014. »
New movie trailers drop every day, and it’s not always all that easy to keep up with them. Okay fine, it is easy, but sometimes there just isn’t a lot to say about a film that’s still many months away from release. We covered a few of this week’s offerings already — the big ones (Cinderella), the unfortunate ones (Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2), the ones that just annoy us (The Duff) — but there are more that either by accident or intention managed to slip between the cracks. So allow me to bring you up to speed with the rest of this week’s new trailers for movies due out in the months to come. I don’t want to make a big deal out of it, but one of them just might just be for a certain upcoming film starring Harrison Ford. Yeah, that’s right. Keep reading for your first look. The »
- Rob Hunter
Michael Phelps’ alleged girlfriend Taylor Lianne Chandler revealed that she was born a man on her Facebook account and described their “amazing sex life” in an interview. [Daily Mail] People‘s editorial director says Chris Hemsworth was the publication’s first pick for Sexiest Man Alive, despite reports that Ryan Gosling turned it down this year. [E!] Bradley Cooper’s ex-wife Jennifer Esposito got hitched. [Life & Style] TV Land is the next network to pull a Bill Cosby show following rape allegations. [Vulture] Jennifer Lawrence buys Jessica Simpson‘s former Beverly Hills pad for $7 million. [Lonny] SNL star Cecily Strong will be hosting the 2015 White House Correspondents’ dinner on April 25. [THR] Jimmy Fallon proves if NYC has true Hunger Games fans. Keke Palmer shows off her nipple »
- Taylor Ferber
Staying young forever isn't all it's cracked up to be in the first trailer for The Age of Adaline. In the film, Blake Lively plays the title character, who is rendered ageless after a car accident. She soon meets Harrison Ford's character, and he is convinced he knew her years ago. Read more 'Star Wars: Episode VII': Mark Hamill on 'Fantastic' New Cast and Harrison Ford's Injury In the trailer, Adaline has a very romantic encounter in a cab with a scruffy stranger who might put an end to her immortality. Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Crew and Michiel Huisman co-star in director
- Ryan Gajewski
Age of Adaline has released its first trailer.
After a brush with death, Adaline stop growing old and is forced to watch her family age and die.
She goes on the run, cutting herself off from the world, until she meets a man who might be able to change her fate.
Age of Adaline will be released in the Us on April 24, 2015, and opens in the UK on May 1, 2015. »
“It’s not the same when you have no one to grow old with,” Lively’s Adaline muses at one point.
Harrison Ford, Michiel Huisman and Ellen Burstyn also star in the long-in-development “Adaline” with Lakeshore Entertainment and Sidney Kimmel producing. Lee Toland Krieger is directing from a script by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz.
The story centers on a young woman born at the turn of 20th century who is rendered ageless after an accident. After years of a solitary life, she meets a man for whom it might be worth losing her immortality.
- Dave McNary
In Hollywood, we often praise celebs for their ageless appearance, but in the new Age of Adaline trailer, the downside of everlasting beauty is explored. The always-gorgeous Blake Lively stars in the forthcoming Lee Toland Krieger-directed film, which centers on a young woman named Adaline (Lively), who, born at the turn of the 20th century, doesn't age after a terrible car accident. "Ma'am it says her you were born in 1908. That makes you 45 years old," Lively is asked at the opening of trainer before the blond beauty, who doesn't appear to be a day over 27, kindly replies, "That's correct." And while looking like Lively forever may sound like a dream to »
You may have been admiring how gorgeous Blake Lively looks pregnant, but meanwhile, it's been a while since we've seen her act. The actress makes her return to the big screen with next year's release The Age of Adaline, and surprise, surprise, she looks gorgeous there too. Lively plays Adaline, a woman who has a car accident at the age of 29 in the 1930s, which magically renders her unable to age. Thus, she gets to be beautiful her entire life through different eras of fashion, like some sort of Serena van der Woodsen dream. But in all seriousness, the drama arises from the fact that Adaline's condition keeps her from loving anyone for fear of heartbreak . . . until she meets the very dreamy Ellis Jones (Game of Thrones' Michiel Huisman). Harrison Ford and Ellen Burstyn also costar in the film, which comes out on April 24. Watch Lively coast through time »
You’d think eternal youth and immortality would be gifts, but in TV and movies it’s as often as not a curse. Vampires and mutants alike angst over the unfairness of having to remain young and beautiful while the world spins on. And in The Age of Adaline, Blake Lively joins the pity party. The Gossip […]
The post ‘The Age of Adaline’ Trailer: Blake Lively Reveals the Downside of Staying Young and Beautiful appeared first on /Film. »
- Angie Han
If you’ve not had enough of the time-dabbling age-pausing hijinks of sci-fi epic Interstellar, then you might want to pay close attention to Lionsgate’s upcoming romantic drama. From filmmaker Lee Toland Krieger, The Age Of Adaline centres on Blake Lively as a young woman who is unable to age after a fateful accident, and thanks to Yahoo! Movies, we’ve got our first look in the shape of the above trailer.
Adopting a similar slant to The Curious Life Of Benjamin Button, the film picks up the story of Adaline Bowman following a near-fatal accident in the 1930s which renders her unable to age. As she watches her own daughter grow old before her eyes, she isolates herself from others. Her life-long journey sees the perpetual 29-year old severing ties in order to prevent painful goodbyes – until she finally falls in love. Crossing paths with Lively on the »
- Gem Seddon
The Age of Adaline tells the story of a woman born in 1908 who stops aging in her twenties. It has a really good, must watch trailer. The movie has a great cast with Harrison Ford, Ellen Burstyn, and Kathy Baker.
The coolest thing in the trailer is Anthony Ingruber, who plays a younger version of Ford's character. He looks a lot like Ford. Lst year, we even posted several videos of Ingruber doing spot on impressions of Ford. If a young Han Solo movie gets made, Ingruber needs to be at the top of that casting list.
The Age of Adaline opens in theaters April 25th, 2015 (USA). Source: Yahoo
- Free Reyes
You can check out he first The Age Of Adaline trailer below and try to imagine what life would be like if the beautiful Blake Lively was immortal. It’s as if someone made the joke to her in say a restaurant or something about how she doesn’t age which was overheard by a studio suit who then put this whole thing together. Check it out and let me know what you think. Here is the synopsis: After miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline »
- Graham McMorrow
The story centers on the title character, a young woman, born at the turn of 20th century, who is rendered ageless after an accident in the 1930s. As she watches her friends and family members get older and eventually die, Adaline learns that it will take meeting her new true love to stop this curse. After years upon years of living a solitary life, she meets a man who might be worth losing her immortality for.
Ellen Burstyn co-stars as Adaline's 81-year-old daughter, alongside Harrison Ford, Amanda Crew, Michiel Huisman and Kathy Baker. Take a look at the new footage and one-sheet for director Lee Toland Krieger's upcoming romance, arriving in theaters April 24, 2015.
The Age of Adaline comes to theaters April 24th, »
The first The Age of Adaline trailer has landed online for director Lee Toland Krieger’s (Celeste & Jesse Forever) fantasy romantic drama. The film stars Blake Lively as a woman who suffers a near-fatal accident in the 1930s that renders her immortal. She embarks on an epic, isolated journey, keeping her secret, but must watch her own daughter grow old (Ellen Burstyn) as she is forced to continually strike up relationships and then quickly cut ties. The central concept of the story has been seen before, but this actually looks like a really visually arresting film. The colors seem to pop, and I’m especially curious to see a film in which the immortal character maintains a relationship with her family. Check out the Age of Adaline trailer after the jump. The film also stars Harrison Ford and Michiel Huisman. The Age of Adaline opens in theaters on April 24, 2015. Via Lionsgate. »
- Adam Chitwood
"All these years you've lived, but you've never had a life." After delivering some solid indies like Celeste and Jesse Forever and The Vicious Kind, director Lee Toland Krieger is getting a little whimsical with The Age of Adaline, and the first trailer for the film has just arrived. Blake Lively plays the title character, a woman who mysteriously becomes immortal after an accident. It sounds like a gift, but it also means that she can't grow old with those she loves, as you can see with Ellen Burstyn playing her daughter in the present day. There's an interesting use of an M83 track from the Oblivion soundtrack, and this feels like the kind of movie Disney would release through Touchstone Pictures, but rarely makes anymore. Watch below! Here's the first trailer for Lee Toland Krieger's The Age of Adaline from Tribute: Following a near-fatal accident one icy night, »
- Ethan Anderton
In "The Age of Adaline," Blake Lively never has to wonder if someone will love when she's no longer young and beautiful - because she never ages.
A new trailer takes us through the story of Adaline, a woman born in 1908 who suffers from a terrible car accident in the '30s. But something magical takes place that night, and suddenly, Adaline is "immune to the ravages of time."
Decades pass; Adaline's younger daughter grows up to be Ellen Burstyn. She leaves behind a string of lovers, including a man who grows up to be Harrison Ford. And she may just get one more shot at romance with "Game of Thrones" star Michiel Huisman.
The trailer has a storybook-like feel to it, and Lively certainly looks glamorous in various decade settings. The movie opens April 24, 2015.
Watch the latest movie trailers on Tribute.ca »
- Kelly Woo
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