Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively know how to have fun on social networks, because they often troll each other with jokes and embarrassing images … All to the delight of their fans.
However, the couple are also not afraid to take social media seriously when necessary.
Recently, Lively berated Daily Mail photographers for sharing photos of her walking with her daughters and editing them as if the star was waving to the paparazzi.
The actress took to the portal page on Instagram and commented:
“You’ve edited these pictures together to make it look like I’m happily greeting. But this is a lie. The real story is that my daughters were chased by a man all day. [Ele pulava] suddenly outside. Then he hid. A stranger in the street spoke to [os paparazzi], because it was very disturbing for her to see that. When I tried to approach the photographer you hired to take these pictures, he ran away. I just wanted to speak calmly and explain the situation. suddenly he appeared
yet in another street. Where is your morality? I would like to know. Or you just don’t care about the safety of the children? It was a frightening situation. Tell the real story in your posts.
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Recalling that Lively will produce and play in a comic book adaptation of the ‘Lady Killer’ saga, written by Joëlle Jones and Jamie S. Rich.
In the plot, Josie Schuller is a flawless housewife from the 1950s who leads a secret life as a hitman.
Produced by Netflix, the film will be written by Diablo Cody, who won the Oscar for the screenplay for “Juno”, as well as for “Tully” and “Young Adults”.
“Lady Killer” was first presented in 2015 and was nominated for Best Miniseries in 2016 at the Eisner Awards.
This is the second Jones comic to be adapted for the screen. In the past, The CW has even developed a series based on the “Wonder Girl” comic, but the channel decided not to go ahead with the project.
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