Ryan Reynolds will star in the Snapchat Series, which will be a production venture of Westbrook Media, which is a production house founded by Seven Pounds star Will Smith.
A show titled “Ryan Doesn’t Know” will be performed by the star renowned for films like “Deadpool,” “6 Underground,” etc., testing waters in skill sets such as latte art, ice sculpting, and axe throwing. Just like any other average American, who has been stuck at home during the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Reynolds is utilizing free time to learn some new skills.
The star of the Deadpool franchise, along with its venture called “Maximum Effort,” has collaborated with Westbrook Media (Will Smith) to oversee a Snapchat show titled “Ryan Doesn’t Know,” in which he will get to learn new skills courtesy of some guidance from the experts in the field.
The series will be 12 episodes long, and it will arrive exclusively on Snapchat. The series will arrive on social media on January the 30th, and fresh episodes will keep on coming after that every other day.
In the show titled “Ryan Doesn’t Know,” the star Ryan Reynolds will get to learn ice sculpting from the expert named Shintaro Okamoto, some tricks of VFX technologies from Trevor Bell, the art of lifting from Ulisses World, and the latte craft from Melannie Aquino.
And apart from that, Aurea Molaei will teach him floral sculpting, and Cliffton Creque will guide him in axe throwing.
Reynolds will also take part in other activities apart from the ones described above.
The President of Westbrook Media named Brad Haugen, has made a statement regarding the series and has enthused about Ryan Reynolds, whom he calls one of the funniest people out there, and when he will sit down and talk with exceptionally creative people, who are also experts in their own domain, it will be truly entertaining.
He also praised him for being an amazing collaborator along with his venture “Maximum Effort.” He also credited the team from Snapchat for being “phenomenal” and with whom the people of Westbrook Media have enjoyed working. He added that he is excited about the series, and so would the people who are active users of Snapchat.
The show titled “Ryan Doesn’t Know” will mark the third Westbrook’s production that will make its way to Snapchat. Westbrook Media had also collaborated with Jaden Smith on a show based on social justice titled “The Solution Committee” and with Will Smith for a pandemic based show titled “Will From Home.” The first season of “Will From Home” was watched by at least 35 million Snapchat users right after its debut, which happened in the season of spring last year.
Will Smith was also praised by the head of the content from Snapchat, who was also excited about the show.
Ryan Reynolds is very busy these days as he is also involved in the production movie titled “Skydance,” which will also star Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, and Jennifer Garner in the leading roles.
Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds’ fan-favorite character Deadpool has been included in MCU, and the third installment in the franchise will be a part of Marvel Cinematic Universe.