Ryan Reynolds spotlights ACLU, NAACP after Gerard Butler says he doesn’t watch his movies

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Ryan Reynolds using an off-hand comment from Gerard Butler to reveal a reason.

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The 44-year-old “Free Guy” star instagram Butler revealed in an interview earlier this month that he doesn’t watch Reynolds’ movies.

The 51-year-old Scottish actor also shared that he didn’t know about it “Free Boy” which came out on August 13th and features Reynolds as a man living inside a videogame.

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“Can you believe Gerard Butler doesn’t know what a Free Guy is?” The actor jokingly captioned the screenshots of the two tweets. First tweet a. links to People article about Butler’s comments, and the other is a tweet from Reynolds about supporting the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The latter tweet has been circled.

“Plus, can you believe the challenges to democracy have never been greater and that Blake and I will match your contributions to @aclu_nationwide and @naacp_ldf?” she added. “*The sequence of these questions is optimized for the Internet, not for importance.”

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On Twitter, Reynolds Confirmed that it will match all donations up to $1 millionAs of October 8, split between the NCAAP’s Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the ACLU. “We still believe in you, 2021,” the actor wrote. “Let’s help @ACLU and @naacp_ldf change this together.”

In a September 8 interview with UNILAD Regarding his upcoming film “Copshop”, Butler commented that he was not aware of Reynolds’ latest film.

“I really don’t know what a free cow is,” he said. When his “Copshop” co-star Alexis Lauder informed him that it was Reynolds’ latest film, Butler replied: “Oh (outrageous) is it? … I don’t watch Ryan Reynolds movies.”

Granthshala has reached out to Butler’s representative for further comment.

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Butler starred in the 2009 film “Gamer,” in which death row prisoners were forced into combat as part of a mind-control videogame. The Same Day “Free Guy” Came Out, “Slash Film” Writer Chris Evangelista tweeted A poster of “Gamer”, calling it “the original free boy”

Butler told UNILAD, “It could have been executed a little differently, but I really loved the commentary it was making about where the world was going, especially gaming and that world itself. Kind of lost, and the relationship with technology and man.” “Gamer.”

“But, I didn’t think people really got it at the time. It didn’t do amazing business. It’s become a cult classic, but I didn’t know about this revival.”

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