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Ryan Reynolds celebrates one year of The Adam Project: It feels like the kind of movie you grew up with


Ryan Reynolds celebrates the one year anniversary of his movie, The Adam Project. The Marvel actor took to his Instagram space and posted a slew of photos showing various scenes from the movie. For the unexperienced, Reynolds played a time-traveling fighter pilot who crash-lands in the future in 2022, and teams up with his 12-year-old self to save the future. Scroll below to find out what the actor had to say.

Ryan Reynolds posts an Instagram tribute to Project Adam’s one year anniversary

Taking to his Instagram space yesterday, Reynolds wrote, “One year ago today, #TheAdamProject debuted on netflixfilm. Or as it’s more commonly known, ’14 Going 31.'”

He went on to add why he loves this movie and stated that the movie will always be in his heart. “I love this movie because it feels like the kind of movie I grew up with. The kind of movie that made me dream of doing this job. Working with such an amazing actor has been indescribably fun. I’m already on my third movie with the wonderful @slevydirect and I know I speak for both of us when I say this movie holds a soft spot in our hearts forever,” the actor wrote.

Ryan Reynolds ends the caption by saying, “It’s also the opening ride for @groupeffortinitiative that’s grown into a monster ever since. (red heart emoji)”.

Fans and celebrities react to Ryan Reynolds’ Instagram post

Once Ryan posted the post on the social media platform, fans and celebrities interacted with it and showered it with likes and comments. Reynolds co-star Mark Ruffalo wrote, “Traveling with you all? No brainer. Great times.” On the other hand, Jennifer Garner commented, “14 Going on 31 (laugh emoji). Best movie experience ever @vancityreynoldsslevydirectmarkruffalo @walker.scobell (red hear emojis)”.

Another fan commented, “This was a year ago a month ago as time flies here.”

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Joanna Swanson

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