Ryan Reynolds has rubbed elbows with K-Pop group EXO this week.
The “Deadpool” star is currently in South Korea to promote his new Netflix film “6 Underground”, which co-stars Adria Arjona, Mélanie Laurent, Ben Hardy, Dave Franco, Sebastian Roché, and Corey Hawkins.
Pokémon fans who wanted to take a peek at the highly anticipated film “Detective Pikachu” got epically trolled by Warner Bros. with a fake full movie leak.
A feature-length video, which was made to appear like an illegal rip of the movie, was uploaded on YouTube on Tuesday, just days before the film’s worldwide release.
Ryan Reynolds recently appeared on a South Korean singing television show dressed up as a unicorn to promote his upcoming film sequel “Deadpool 2” where Lewis Tan is confirmed to play Shatterstar.
On the South Korean show “King of Masked Singer,” Reynolds appears in front of an audience and other celebrities wearing a fabulous shimmering rainbow cape and a unicorn mask because, well, he is the real-life version of Deadpool.
Reynolds, perhaps best known for his portrayal of snarky superhero, Deadpool, will be teaming up with costars Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton in the Legendary Entertainment-produced film directed by Rob Letterman. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will begin shooting mid-January in London.