Ryan Reynolds Free Guy, the actor who gave life to Deadpool, is out, and it is not surprising, since the Canadian is always involved in a Hollywood project. Now, Ryan has the film "Free Guy" in his hands, which has been announced for more than two years. One of Reynolds' peculiarities, and well known to his fans, is his fondness for joking with his professional colleagues, although he also loves to play little pranks on his wife, Blake Lively. And this, of course, ended up being on his social networks. In his Instagram account we can see the jokes that he has made to the actress on her birthday, or other trolls to Hugh Jackman or Henry Cavill. And, seeing how successful these little teases usually have, it seems that Ryan has decided to take it to the next level by becoming a TikTok. With this phrase he began his journey through the social video network I swear you will be disappointed in this account.
A theme Free Guy that he has not chosen at random, and that is that it was the song that sounded in one of his most mythical scenes in the movie 'Solo Amigos', a film that he starred in with Amy Smart in 2005, and that now he has wanted to honor . But it seems that the jokes to his colleagues will have to wait, and, for now, Ryan has uploaded two more videos. In one of them, he mocks the Welsh club Wrexham FC, which he bought last year and in the last one published by the actor, he is seen 'refusing' to do a duet with Rob McElhenney, parodying Rob's first post. The program for the Cineasti del presente competition, which for Locarno represents the place where the public can discover a selection of first or second works directed by young talents from all over the world, was also announced.
From this year on this competition Free Guy will also add Best Actress and Best Actor awards to the Golden Leopard and the Best Director Award. This year, the selected European productions will be numerous, which will allow the Locarno public to enjoy the best of tomorrow’s cinema. Among these are The Legionnaire by the young Belarusian but Italian by adoption director Hleb Papou; the German No One's with the Calves by German and Iranian director Sabrina Sarabi, a film based on the book by newcomer Alina Herbing in which the province is shown in all its brutal reality. In addition to the newly appointed artistic director Giona A. Nazzaro, the festival this year gives us a new competitive program titled Corti d'autore, in the Leopards of Tomorrow section, with new shorts by Radu Jude, Bertrand Mandico, Yann Gonzalez and also Marco Bellocchio among others. Finally, the independent section Semaine de la Critique, programmed by the Association of Swiss Film Journalists (ASFJ), has also unveiled its selection.