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Ryan Reynolds offers rare insight into life at home with Blake Lively
Ryan Reynolds has revealed that wife Blake Lively helped him make the decision to buy the Wrexham soccer team, joking that he had to get her permission as he can't even make "unilateral decisions on milk".MORE: Inside Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds's incredible NY houseSpeaking on Good Morning America, Ryan was asked by Michael Strahan how Blake took to the news that he was buying the team along with friend Rob McElhenney, to which he quipped: "First off, let's back the truck up — I would not just buy a team and then tell my wife. I don't make unilateral decisions on milk."WATCH: Welcome to Wrexham, available on Disney+Ryan then shared that his wife of 10 years helped him talk through the decision, and that she "saw some of the things — the blind spots — that I didn't see, and I saw some of the other blind spots."He also went on to reveal that the decision was "one of the greatest things to happen to me and genuinely one of the worst," adding: "I now love this sport so much I hate it."MORE: Blake Lively's incredible unicorn cake is perfect for her three young daughtersRob and Ryan purchased Wrexham AFC, a club in North Wales, in 2020, and cameras followed their move to try to try to turn its fortunes around as well as Wrexham as a working-class town where the historic yet struggling football club is a source of pride among residents.However the documentary also saw Ryan speak emotionally about his own relationship with his father, revealing that he only got validation from his late dad when it came to sport, and he still feels upset over their strained relationship today.
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Gladiators return confirmed as BBC welcomes new 'superhumans' to iconic show
BBC have confirmed that the popular programme Gladiators will be returning to screens next year.With a new generation of "superhumans" lined-up already to take on competitors across the country, we can already feel that this will not be a series that fans will want to miss.The programme has been revamped and taken over by BBC One and will be available to watch next year on iPlayer as contestants battle it out in the "ultimate test of speed and strength".READ MORE: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bought Wrexham after deciding to make a documentaryGladiators had originally run from 1992 for an eight-year period – drawing in huge success from audiences across the globe.Host Ulrika Jonsson and Gladiators Jet, Nightshade, Hunter, Wolf and Lightning shot to fame, with all becoming popular household names.In 2008 the programme did return to Sky for one year with Kirsty Gallacher and Ian Wright taking to the hosting helm, taking over from the Swedish TV star Ulrika and her co-star John Fashanu.The BBC is keeping tight-lipped over who will be taking part in the 11-episode series that is due to launch next year, but filming has been confirmed for Utilita Arena in Sheffield.BBC director Kate Phillips said: "Gladiators is back and a whole new generation of viewers can now look forward to watching a Saturday night spectacle like no other."Will the contenders have the will and the skill to succeed against our mighty new Gladiators? You’ll have to tune in to find out."Scot Cru, executive vice president of global formats and Unscripted Content for MGM Television, saying: "Gladiators is a format that resonates with viewers worldwide."We are thrilled to bring this revered series to the BBC and can’t wait to introduce our UK
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What happened to Paul Rutherford who got red-carded in Welcome to Wrexham?
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's takeover of the ailing conference club - concentrates on the fans, players and officials of the Welsh town's football team.And experienced midfielder Rutherford played a central role in the second episode - which was released on Disney+ and Hulu in the UK on August 25.READ NEXT: Where is Wrexham and what is it famous for? Football club and Ryan Reynolds connectionIn it, we see his family life as he relaxes with his children in the park, as well as a low point of his career when he was sent off against Dagenham in what was to become the final game for Wrexham.But who is Paul Rutherford and what happened to him after the show?Paul Leslie Rutherford, now 35, had a long career in the non-league circles before joining Wrexham in 2016 after being snapped by then-manager Gary Mills.The likeable player was born on Moreton in the Wirral - just 35 miles from Wrexham - but started his youth career at the mighty Liverpool before moving to the Dragons' fierce rivals Chester and making his debut in 2005.He went on to play 57 times for the Cheshire club before moving to Barrow and then Southport.When he signed for Wrexham, the midfielder said: “I’m really excited about joining Wrexham and can’t wait for the season to start.“They tick all the boxes for me and I’m impressed with the way they play.“Wrexham have got the fan base, the history and the facilities to impress anyone.”Rutherford was widely regarded as one of Wrexham's hardest-working players during five years and over 180 games for the club.Fans often praised his all-action style and his nicknames include the 'energiser bunny' and '2-litre diesel' in reference to an unspectacular car which just kept on going.Rutherford told the Fearless in
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Ryan Reynolds visits the field of his own Welsh soccer team with co-owner Rob McElhenney in Wales
Ryan Reynolds looked to be the proud owner of his own Welsh soccer team, Wrexham A.F.C., as he posed on the field in a series of photos he uploaded onto his Instagram earlier on Saturday. The Deadpool actor, 45, purchased the team in 2020 with his close friend and fellow actor, Rob McElhenney, also 45. The star appeared to be in high spirits as he took a few snaps at Racecourse Ground stadium in Wales, home to Wrexham, which he shared with his fans and followers.  Supporter: Ryan Reynolds, 45, shared a photo of himself visiting the soccer field of the Welsh football team that he owns in a strew of Instagram photos The talented actor donned a stylishly casual ensemble as he checked up on the large stadium.  He wore a plain, white T-shirt and added a dark navy flannel on top. He paired the shirt with dark blue pants. Ryan could also be seen wearing a cap that represented the Welsh team as he posed for a few quick and memorable snaps. The star added a short caption to his photo series, typing out, 'Made it to church on time.'   Business partners: The Adam Project star and friend, Rob McElhenney, were seen pictured together hold a scarf to represent the Wrexham team colors and emblem  Another photo showed the two business partners, Ryan and Rob, posing in the red-seated stands and holding a scarf representing the team's at home colors and symbol. The two buddies purchased the Welsh team together in 2020 before officially meeting each other face to face.
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Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bought Wrexham after deciding to make a documentary
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have revealed that they bought Wrexham because they wanted to make a documentary about it.The Hollywood duo surprised the world after buying the Welsh club back in November 2020 and have spearheaded the Dragons' rise into the mainstream, and hopefully, into the Football League soon too.Following the takeover a docuseries called Welcome to Wrexham, which is set for release later this month, was announced, and earlier this week the actors sat down with The Athletic to discuss it.READ MORE: Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney makes huge donation to young girl with brain tumour"It’s always been a dream of mine to be associated in some capacity with a professional sports franchise, (I just never) knew of a rational or legitimate avenue into it," said McElhenney."And then it was over the pandemic when I started watching a lot more documentaries and started getting into football and then learned about the English system and realized - wait, that’s an interesting way in."The duo spoke about the appeal of an 'underdog story' and given how long Wrexham have spent out of the Football League, and given the size of the town, they figured the club was perfect.Will Wrexham reach the Premier League under Reynolds and McElhenney? Let us know what you reckon in the comments section below.Reynolds and McElhenney have been heavily involved with helping the local community in Wrexham since day one and Reynolds insists that isn't just for show."For us - it’s just about transparency," the Deadpool star said.