Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have been parents for the fourth time. Or so it seems. The last publication of the actress on Instagram is a photo of her with Reynolds and her mother-in-law on the day of the superbowl with a gallery of images of food and the most curious thing is that there is no longer a belly, so if a few weeks ago she was very pregnant We understand that you have already given birth. In the photo caption you can read: “Puppy Bowl Sunday 2023. I’ve been busy.”
We do not know if what they have had is a boy or a girl, when he was born or what his name is, only that he joins the family that already has three other daughters: James, 8, Inez, 6, and Betty, 3. Lively announced her fourth pregnancy last August on the red carpet at the Forbes’ Annual Power Women and since January there were rumors that the fourth baby had already been born and that, in fact, the actress was already doing some castings. One of her upcoming projects, the adaptation of the novel ‘Break the Circle’ by Colleen Hoover in which she will star with Justin Baldoni will advertisement less than three weeks ago, and is also associated with the adaptation of ‘My Husband’s Secret’ by Liane Moriarty and the films ‘The Making Of‘ and ‘Proxy’.
Lively and Reynolds, who met on the set of ‘Green Lantern’, have officially been together since 2011 and married in 2012.
‘Deadpool 3’ and beyond
For his part, among Reynolds’ upcoming projects is of course the third installment of ‘Deadpool’, in which Hugh Jackman will once again give life to Wolverine. Filming is scheduled to begin this May (although the actors are already training body and soul) and its premiere is scheduled for November 8, 2024. Both characters will then officially become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although we have already seen to an X-Men (to Professor Xavier) in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’.
Other projects that Reynolds is associated with are the sequel to ‘Red Alert’, a live action adaptation of the video game ‘Dragon’s Lair’, and ‘Clue’, a film based on Hasbro’s Cluedo directed by James Bobin and starring alongside Jason Bateman.