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Mark Ruffalo Has Been Cast To Play Ryan Reynolds’ Dad In New Netflix Film

It’s been revealed that Mark Ruffalo has been cast in Ryan Reynolds’ upcoming Netflix movie, and he’ll be playing Reynolds’ Dad! This news comes to us from The Hollywood Reporter.

They also revealed that Catherine Keener has joined the project as well, which is already in production in Vancouver right now. Walker Scobell and Alex Mallari Jr. have also joined the movie, which already has Zoe Saldana and Jennifer Garner in the cast.

The movie is being directed by Shawn Levy, which marks the second time he’s working with actor Ryan Reynolds. They also worked together on the upcoming movie, Free Guy, which Reynolds revealed was his favourite movie he’s ever been a part of.

Mark Ruffalo joins Ryan Reynolds’ Netflix film, The Adam Project… as his Dad

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As for this upcoming movie, The Adam Project, it’ll see Reynolds play a man who travels back in time to get some help from his 13-year-old self. They then embark on a journey to find their father, played by Mark Ruffalo.

Ruffalo’s character is described as, “a brilliant physicist”. As for Keener, she’ll be the film’s main antagonist. She’ll be playing a woman who has stolen powerful technology from Ruffalo’s physicist.

Scobell will be playing Reynolds’ younger self, and this will mark his first-ever professional job in Hollywood. That’s pretty exciting and I’m looking forward to seeing how he does in this movie.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to watching Mark Ruffalo act alongside Ryan Reynolds in Netflix’s The Adam Project? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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