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How to become Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds

Details Magazine
June/July 2011

Photographed by Matthias Vriens-McGrath

Excerpt from Details Magazine

HOW TO BECOME RYAN REYNOLDS

Step one: Come out of nowhere (which is to say, Canada) and hustle your way into TV movies and a kids’ series despite discouragement from your working-class Vancouver family. Step two: Make the jump to the big screen (1993’s Ordinary Magic—he played Ganesh, a boy raised in India sent to live with family in Ontario. Sample dialogue: “They are not so very different, basketball and yoga”). Step three: Drive to L.A. from Vancouver “on the whimmiest of whims” in 1995 with an aspiring-actor friend and, after a few years, land a part on a sitcom (Two Guys and a Girl). And here’s where the steps pile up and blend together, until finally, two decades later, you’re People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive and the CGI-swaddled flying green lead of a summer blockbuster.

Ryan wears the likes of Calvin Klein Underwear, Gucci, Prada, Dior Homme and John Varvatos.

This Summer sees him as the Green Lantern in GREEN LANTERN. He’s currently filming SAFE HOUSE with Denzel Washington, Brendan Gleeson & Olivia Wilde, which is set for a February 2012 release.

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Dancing in the morgue

Choreographed by Sean Cheesman

for SYTYCD Canada, Season 2.
Dancers: Kim Gingras and Everett Smith

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Will I?

For all you RENT fans out there, Mia Michaels choreographed a group piece to the song, “Will I?” from the hit Broadway show, for this year’s SYTYCD Canada.

It’s a really awesome interpretation and beautifully executed by the dancers.

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I am celebrating them

This piece right here is from SYTYCD Canada and it is insanely beautiful. Choreographed by Mia Michaels and danced by Tara-Jean Popowich, Jayme Rae Dailey and Melanie Mah – it’s so good that dance like this is being broadcasted to mass audiences for people to see and experience.

“Angelic moving art”

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