Published: Wed, December 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Ryan Reynolds Almost Crushed By Fans During 'Free Guy' Panel

Ryan Reynolds Almost Crushed By Fans During 'Free Guy' Panel

Ryan Reynolds really has the reflexes of a superhero.

If you would have seen the Free Guy trailer, you would have noticed Ryan Reynolds' character is run over by two cars. While the experience seems painful, Reynolds has had first-hand experience of being run over by a auto.

Ryan Reynolds had chose to step down from the stage to interact with his fans while speaking on the panel.

The Deadpool star was almost crushed by a stage barrier at the 2019 CCXP in Brazil last weekend.

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Although Reynolds managed to get back on the stage in time, it looks like his legs were possibly hit by the barrier as he tried to get back up. Nevertheless, he certainly moved fast enough to get out of harm's way.

"All I was anxious about were the people that were - what you could tell is that they were falling, like, "Oh, they're gonna be fine", and it's like, "Oh, but that leg is gonna go", so I jumped out. But it was, yeah, everyone was fine".

He added: "My only job that Blake said as I was leaving was, "Just come home in one place". So that was my only job". In the new film...

On Saturday, December 7, twentieth Century Fox released the principal trailer for Free Guy the up and coming experience satire motion picture featuring Ryan Reynolds as the main character, a no nonsense, do-what-he's-told bank employee who bears endless repulsions each waking snapshot of his life. But a code developed by programmers makes Guy aware of his world is a video game. "Free Guy" opens in USA theaters July 3, 2020. After all, he's the one who went through the painful process of pushing for a stand-alone Deadpool movie that nearly didn't materialize. Of course, Reynolds was a wise blast with the best of them, but at least we know that 6 Underground (128 minutes) is not as windy as the 214 minutes that Snyder recently revealed for his stance when Joss Whedon was hired, a theatrical cut pump out.

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