Ryan Reynolds of the “Deadpool” fame was honoured with the coveted Hollywood Walk of Fame Star on December 15 in a star-studded affair including Anna Farris, his co-star in the film “Just Friends,” (2005), who was the guest speaker at the glitzy award ceremony.
Amazing day… Weird how they write the name in ALL CAPS. Like I’m yelling at all the nice people walking by. For eternity. pic.twitter.com/CgTVA382e5
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) December 16, 2016
The best part, for Reynolds, at least, is that the Walk of Fame Star award came just a few days after he was honoured with the Critics’ Choice Awards.
The forty-year-old hunk may have received the Star but was outshone by his family who had come to support him – in fact, this was the first ever public appearance of his two daughters.
Blake Lively, his beautiful wife, and the Gossip Girl star looked stunning as ever in a blue flared skirt and a two-tone Christian Louboutin pair of shoes with the heels matching with her dress, in fact complimenting it – she was certainly at her stunning best.
After being introduced by Anna Faris, Reynolds thanked his wife in his acceptance speech:
“I want to thank my wife, Blake, who is sitting right there who is everything to me. You are the best thing that has ever happened to me,” he said. “You make everything better. You make everything in my life better. You’ve given me two of the most incredible children I’ve ever hoped to have. . . . You made me the father of my dreams when I thought I only had fun uncle potential.”
Later, the family was seen posing for photographs – the hunky actor, his gorgeous wife and two adorable daughters made a picture-perfect family.
Ryan Rodney Reynolds was born on October 23, 1976, is a Canadian-born actor and producer. His long acting career goes back to 1991 when he played Billy Simpson in a Canadian soap opera, Hillside.
He is also known for his performance as Michael Bergen the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl.
However, his Marvel Comics characters made him better known the world over and his biggest ever Marvel Comic role was the title character in the box office hit Deadpool (2016) which earned him the Golden Globe nomination.