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GREEN LANTERN

RYAN REYNOLDS (Hal Jordan/Green Lantern) has emerged as one of Hollywood's most sought after leading men. He was recently named the Male Star of the Year at this year's CinemaCon.

"The Change Up,” co-produced by his production shingle, Dark Trick Films, releases August 5th. Reynolds stars alongside Jason Bateman in the film, which follows a married man who switches bodies with his best friend in order to woo his co-worker. In "Safe House,” set for release in February, Reynolds plays a young CIA agent, opposite Denzel Washington, who must move a criminal to a secure location.

Reynolds received accolades for his recent performance as a contractor buried alive—and the only actor to appear on camera for the duration of the film—in the independent mystery/thriller "Buried,” which premiered at the Sundance film festival last year. Other films which had a successful release following Sundance debuts include Greg Mottola's "Adventureland,” for which Reynolds shared a 2009 Gotham Awards Best Ensemble Cast nomination, and John August's critically acclaimed "The Nines,” in which he starred opposite Hope Davis.

His other recent films include the comedy hit "The Proposal,” opening #1 and grossing over $300 million worldwide, in which Reynolds stars opposite Sandra Bullock; and "X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” which grossed $365 million worldwide, with an all star cast including Hugh Jackman.

Among Reynolds's previous films are critic darling and fan favorite "Definitely, Maybe,” in which he portrays a soon-to-be divorced parent with a questionable sexual past; Marcos Siega's complex drama "Chaos Theory,” as a man who finds out not only is he sterile but his child is not his own; Joe Carnahan's "Smokin' Aces”; and the remake of the classic cult film "The Amityville Horror,” which opened #1 at the box office and made $107 million worldwide.

In November 2007, Reynolds ran the New York City Marathon in honor of his father, who has long suffered from ravages of Parkinson's disease, raising more than $100,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, on whose Board of Directors Reynolds serves.

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