Ryan Reynolds is funny and charming in new GQ

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: Something I never get tired of seeing: Ryan Reynolds on the cover of a magazine.

The new GQ describes him this way: Funny. Charming. Ripped. (Even his abs have abs.) As likable as a guy that handsome can be. But while everyone was taking him for granted as a bright spot in mediocre comedies or puzzling over his stealth marriage to the world’s most desirable woman (Scarlett Johansson), Ryan Reynolds was busy making himself a movie star.

Ryan stars as a man buried alive in his new film “Buried,” and is now making the superhero film “Green Lantern.”

You learn many interesting things in the article like how Ryan spent the summer in Amsterdam between seasons of his ABC sitcom “Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place” and how a body double was needed for the poster of his cult fave comedy “Van Wilder” because Ryan was not buff enough!

That’s certainly not the case now as Ryan has one of the hottest bods in all of movies.

“Blade: Trinity” gave him the body. He worked out for six months beforehand. “It was like a project. I just did everything they told me to.”

Right now he has that body again. Reynolds is at pains to point out that this isn’t his natural, or permanent, way of being, just something he is currently doing for the third time, for “Green Lantern,” after “Blade: Trinity” and “The Proposal.”

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About Greg Hernandez

Greg Hernandez has written about the entertainment world for more than a decade. He is a veteran of covering many Academy Awards shows (plus Emmys, Grammys and Golden Globes) as well as film festivals, movie premieres and philanthropic events. Hernandez founded the popular Out In Hollywood blog while a writer and columnist for the "Los Angeles Daily News." He’s also a former staff writer at the "Los Angeles Times" and "The Hollywood Reporter" and has been a contributing writer to "The Advocate." Greg is the founder and editor of Greginhollywood.com

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