With the coronavirus lockdown in place, people who have access to the Internet are looking for shows or movies they can binge on. Speaking of which, the cult teen drama Gossip Girl, which aired from 2007 to 2012, makes for a fun throwback binge during such times. People still can’t get over the drama between with Blaire Waldorf, Serena Van Der Woodsen, and other Upper East Siders, and watch reruns of the show even years later. Blake Lively, who played the role of Serena through all six seasons, shot to fame with this series. Now, her husband Ryan Reynolds was asked if he has watched the show, and as usual, he has a hilarious response.
Ryan Reynolds is known for his witty, humor-filled responses on social media. Not just that, his posts on social media are absolutely epic! He often even trolls his wife Blake Lively and has a great sense of humour. So, of course, some witty answers were to be expected as Ryan replied to a few fans’ queries. A very enthusiastic fan asked him, “i need to know if @VancityReynolds has watched Gossip Girl. i NEED to know.” Ryan replied with, “I didn’t watch it. I drank it through my eyes.” Now this obviously means he has watched all the seasons of Gossip Girl!
Another fan asked him for recommendations of movies, and he replied, “These aren't recommendations. This is just what I watched over the past week: Grosse Point Blank, Training Day, Being There, Easter Parade, F-cking Paw Patrol X 11."
I didn’t watch it. I drank it through my eyes.— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 31, 2020
These aren’t recommendations. This is just what I watched over the past week:— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 31, 2020
- Grosse Pointe Blank
- Training day
- Being There
- Easter Parade
- Fucking Paw Patrol X 11
Ryan Reynolds married Blake Lively in 2012, and the couple has three daughters together.
Image Source: Instagram/vancityreynolds, Pinterest
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