Blake Lively Shares Her Excitement On Husband Ryan Reynolds’s Movie ‘If’

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Blake Lively gushed over her talented husband Ryan Reynolds. The actress took her Instagram to promote her husband, Reynolds’, upcoming film, If. Moreover, The John Krasinski-directed project which boasts the tagline, “What if everything you ever believed as a kid was real?” presented as a nod in her post. Apart from Reynolds the film also stars Reynolds, Krasinski, Steve Carell, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Maya Rudolph, Jon Stewart, Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina, Bobby Moynihan, and Christopher Meloni. Let’s check out the complete details of this story.

Blake Lively shared an appreciation post for her husband Ryan Reynolds

The 36-year-old wrote in her post, “Everything I believed as a kid did turn out to be true… his name is @vancityreynolds. Well, his legal name isn’t, At Vancity Reynolds. But he is dreamy and he is in @ifmovie which is also pure magic.”

Blake who shares daughters James, 9, Inez, 7, Betty, 4, and a 1-year-old child whose name and gender they have not revealed with the Deadpool star gave nod to the movie’s tagline “What if everything you ever believed as a kid was real?” 

Although the couple is known for trolling each other online is extremely light-hearted when it comes to their kids.

The actress is currently busy filming the sequel to her 2018 film A Simple Favor and the highly anticipated film adaptation of Colleen Hoover’s bestselling novel, It Ends With Us. Previously in an interview with her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-star, Amber Tamblyn, on Tamblyn’s Substack show, Further Ado, which aired on Feb. 22. Lively discussed how they are managing parenting their four kids despite their hectic schedule. 

“When Ryan and I got together, we made a rule not to work at the same time,” Lively shared. “So that we could always prioritize our personal life.”

As Reynolds who co-owns the Wrexham Football Club with actor Rob McElhenney shared in an interview with Entertainment Tonight what is harder owning the soccer club or raising children. 

“I don’t know. [At least] a soccer team will flush a toilet from time to time,” Reynolds noted.

“I don’t see that in their future,” the actor also said. “[They’d] have to show us something pretty remarkable to do something like that.”

If will come in the big screen from on May 17.

Also Read: Penn Badgley Talked About Filming Gossip Girl Wedding Scene With Ex Blake Lively

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