Ryan Reynolds and the cast of Deadpool 2 ooze movie star glamour for London premiere of Marvel film

Ryan Reynolds rocked the red carpet for Deadpool 2’s London premiere on Thursday.

The 41-year-old actor – who plays Wade Wilson in Marvel’s superhero flick sequel – was flanked by Zazzie Beetz (Domino) and Josh Brolin (Cable) at the Cineworld Leicester Square screening.

Reynolds cut a dapper figure in a classic suit jacket and vest as he threw his arms around his cast mates for the promotional jaunt.

Daring to impress, the The Proposal alum looked every inch the movie star in his black tailored suit.

He complimented the sophisticated chic look with a grey pin striped vest and tie with a set of brown loafers.

Beetz- a regular on the dramedy Atlanta – was spring time chic in a black sleeveless gown with flowers in her hair.

The handsome Brolin  – who played Thanos in Avergers: Infinity Wars – looked debonair in a sleek black suit with a black shirt underneath.

They were joined by comedian Rob Delaney and Deadpool 2’s director David Leitch.

Ryan Reynolds has asked Deadpool fans not to spoil the secrets of the upcoming sequel.

Meanwhile, Reynolds took to social media the same day to ask Marvel fanatics to keep the plot hush, hush.

‘We’re asking that when you see Deadpool 2, you don’t say a f**king word about the fun s**t in the movie. Cause it’d be super lame to spoil the fact that Deadpool dies in this one. Kidding. Not kidding. Kidding?’ tweeted the husband of Blake Lively.

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Critic’s Notebook: Mourning ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ ‘Last Man on Earth’ and Even ‘The Mick’

Back in January at the Television Critics Association press tour, the mantra from Fox brass was that even in a time of uncertainty with an acquisition by Disney looming, the plan going forward for the near future was “business as usual.”

On Thursday, as part of the inevitable bloodletting that occurs every year on the eve of broadcast network upfronts, Fox proved either that the “near future” has passed or that “business as usual” isn’t the order of the day anymore.

In one fell swoop, Fox canceled Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons, The Last Man on Earth after four and The Mick after two, and sent your friendly neighborhood Twitter feed up in flames.

All three comedies were, by what used to be the established standards of network TV, absurdly low rated, like “Better than most of the shows on The CW, but worse than nearly everything else.” But renewing low-rated comedies was absolutely “business as usual” for Fox. It’s how Brooklyn Nine-Nine got to 112 episodes, how Last Man on Earth got to 67 and how The Mick got to 37. It’s also how New Girl is going to hit 146 episodes when it reaches its series finale next week, a farewell that the show at least had the opportunity to plan for, arc and execute.

Fox is in the process of transformation and I don’t know what it’s transforming into. We’ll hear early next week if network executives have the ability to articulate what the change is. There have been signs that part of that change will involve a shift to multicam comedies, with a possible return of Last Man Standing on the horizon, which will prompt inevitable freaking out about The Roseanne Effect and Fox going after a more conservative audience, and other concerns that may prove accurate — or it may turn out that Fox is simply attempting a pivot in its comedy brand looking at a blurry future. When ratings are as low as they were for these three canceled programs, that’s only unreasonable on an emotional level. Basically, those of us rooting for additional seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Last Man on Earth and Mick were praying that Fox would be content to tread water and fill space while awaiting the finalizing of the Disney deal. We were rooting for business as usual.

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Mark Hamill and Ewan McGregor bring The Force to Hollywood world premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story

A pair of Jedis shined as bright as lightsabers on Thursday at the Hollywood world premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Mark Hamill, 66, who played main protagonist Luke Skywalker in the first Star Wars trilogy, was joined by Scottish actor Ewan McGregor, 47, who played a younger version of Obi-Wan Kenobi in the prequel trilogy.

The Jedis both looked dapper in black upon arrival at the El Capitan Theatre.

Mark donned a slick black leather jacket over a sky blue T-shirt along with black pants.

Ewan wore a black jacket with just the top button done over a white T-shirt along with black trousers and black boots.

Mark was joined at the premiere by his wife Marilou York, 63, who he has been married to since December 1978.

Marilou matched her husband in an all-black ensemble with a light blue shawl.

Mark had a guest role on Thursday’s season finale of The Big Bang Theory on CBS.

He played himself and officiated the wedding between Sheldon Cooper, played by Jim Parsons, and Amy Fowler, played by Mayim Bialik.

The actor replaced Star Trek: The Next Generation star Wil Wheaton and got emotional after Amy delivered her wedding vows.

‘Well, that was unexpectedly beautiful. I might need a minute,’ he told the couple.

Mark recently starred in 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi as Jedi Master Luke Skywalker.

Ewan played a younger version of Luke’s mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequel trilogy of The Phantom Menace [1999], Attack Of The Clones [2002] and Revenge Of The Sith [2005].

Obi-Wan after gaining higher ground defeated Luke’s father Darth Vader in a light saber duel that he survived despite being severly burned.

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Thandie Newton, Angela Sarafyan, Christina Milian and Jaime King ooze glamour at Solo premiere in LA

Hugh Jackman dark comedy about Gary Hart’s 1988 presidential bid coming this fall from Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures has acquired the worldwide distribution rights for a film about Gary Hart’s 1988 presidential bid.

The studio said Thursday that it will release The Front Runner in the fall to coincide with both awards season and the election.

Australian actor Hugh Jackman, 49, will star as Hart in the film from director Jason Reitman, 40.

The film will chronicle the politician’s rise and fall as an extramarital affair with a woman named Donna Rice became tabloid fodder and a national scandal.

Reitman said he can’t wait for audiences to see Jackman’s transformation into the complex figure.

The Juno director and son of Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, 71,  called Jackman’s performance ‘humanist.’

The screenplay for the dark comedy is based on journalist Matt Bai’s 2014 book All The Truth Is Out.

It was co-written by Reitman, Bai and former Hillary Clinton press secretary Jay Carson.

Hart, 81, was the front-runner for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination, but dropped out over allegations of an extramarital affair with Donna Rice, 60.

The Kansas native previously ran for the White House in 1984, but narrowly lost the Democratic nomination to Vice President Walter Mondale, who then lost to Republican nominee Ronald Reagan in a landslide.

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