Earlier this summer, Ryan Reynolds got to play his comic book idol, Deadpool, the formidable adversary of Wolverine in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now, he’s in a very different role as the meek assistant to an over-demanding boss (Sandra Bullock) in The Proposal.
Ryan wasn’t embarrassed to tell Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf about his memorable nude scene with gorgeous co-star Bullock, and how he wouldn’t mind stepping into Sandra’s “irresistible” shoes.
“I think that there’s no advice that I could have given Sandra that wouldn’t have resulted in my face being immediately slapped. I really just kind of let her be herself. I’ve known her…”
After a brief reconciliation, it looks like 21-year-old Evan Rachel Wood and her 39-year-old boyfriend rocker Marilyn Manson are finally splitsville. But on the big screen, Wood plays a teen married to a man old enough to be her father (Larry David) in Whatever Works, the latest comedy from Woody Allen.
Wood told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that she still thinks age is just a number.
“I don’t think anybody should be quick to judge anybody else and their relationships, especially if you don’t know somebody or don’t know where they’re coming from. Growing up, I was told, ‘Younger women…”
After a two-year vacation from the big screen, Sandra Bullock is finally back in The Proposal, opposite that leading man women die for, Ryan Reynolds.
Audiences can catch Bullock in her first ever nude scene — and her hunky co-star strips down too.
Sandra told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that after heading for the gym and watching those carbs, she didn’t hesitate to go au naturel.
“The nudity was appropriate for the film. I had to be buck-naked. The big thing was that it was funny. And the only way it could be funny was if you…”
David Cassidy catapulted to fame in the ‘70s with a little help from The Partridge Family. Now, after a long run in Vegas followed by some TV guest spots, Cassidy is returning to primetime in Ruby and the Rockits on ABC’s Family Channel.
The new show is truly a family affair. The former teen idol co-stars with his real-life half brother, Patrick, and his younger brother, Shaun, who created the sitcom about the family life of musicians.
Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf says it’s a family show, but since it’s a lot like David’s real life, it’s not always PG-rated.
“It’s the first time all of my brothers and I have worked together. I wanted to go back to how television shows used to be, where parents… “
The unsinkable Regis Philbin, who keeps finding new success at 77, is back with two game shows while forging ahead with his day job on Regis and Kelly.
Philbin has already scored with Million Dollar Password, which recently debuted on CBS, and he’ll soon return as the host of a new prime-time version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire on ABC. Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf found out why he loves making people rich.
“When I went to see Slumdog Millionaire, I was just thrilled when the lights went down and the music came up and the game show started. Everybody in the audience got electrified. I couldn’t wait to…”