Ryan Reynolds Just Saw Blake Lively's New Movie—And His Reaction Is Peak Ryan Reynolds 😂
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Ryan Reynolds is best known for Deadpool, his marriage to Blake Lively, and his Tweets. Recently, he combined two of those amazing things and he's never looked so endearing.


Reynolds has infamously tweeted about being a dad:

His work:

And, of course, his wife:


Recently, Reynolds took to Twitter to congratulate Blake on her new film, A Simple Favor.

His sentiments were short, sweet, and, of course, hilarious.

Lively's new film, A Simple Favor, was released on September 14 and it also stars Anna Kendrick as well as Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Goulding.

The story follows Stephanie (Kendrick), a single mother, dealing with the disappearance of her best friend, Emily (Lively). Throughout the course of the movie, Stephanie discovers that Emily isn't who she thought she was.

The film earned 80% on Rotten Tomatoes and was dubbed "Certified Fresh".

Blake also sweetly paid tribute to her husband in the movie.

Throughout the course of the film, Lively's character repeatedly offers Kendrick's character martinis made with Aviation gin.

Reynolds is the owner and primary face of that particular brand.

The internet is loving how supportive Reynolds is of his wife's pursuits.



People can't help but laugh at what he wrote.






And others can't help but appreciate how the power couple mutually supported each other in the film.



Now I just want to go see A Simple Favor while drinking a gin martini.

H/T: People, IMDb, Twitter, BuzzFeed

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