Ryan Reynolds All Movies Television Box Office Numbers

Ryan Reynolds All Movies Television Box Office Numbers Filmography Budget Release Date

Ryan Rodney Reynolds is a Canadian-American actor comedian film producer and entrepreneur

Born on 23 October 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, the youngest of four sons of food wholesaler James Chester Reynolds and retail saleswoman Tamara Lee (née Stewart).

is paternal grandfather, Chester Reynolds, was a farmer and politician who represented Stettler in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1940 to 1944.

Began his career starring in the Canadian teen soap opera Hillside (1991–1993), and had minor roles before landing the lead role on the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl between 1998 and 2001.

Then Reynolds starred in a range of films, including comedies such as National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002), Waiting… (2005), and The Proposal (2009).

He also performed in dramatic roles in Buried (2010), Woman in Gold (2015), and Life (2017), starred in action films such as Blade: Trinity (2004), Deadpool (2016), and 6 Underground (2019) and provided voice acting in the animated features The Croods (2013), Turbo (2013), and Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (2019).

Reynolds was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2017. He was married to actress Scarlett Johansson from 2008 to 2011; since 2012, he has been married to actress Blake Lively, with whom he has three daughters.

Ryan Reynolds All Movies Television Box Office Numbers

Ryan Reynolds All Movies Television Box Office Numbers

FilmRelease DateBudgetUS Box OfficeWorldwide Box Office
46The Croods: A New AgeNovember 25, 2020$65,000,000$57,350,945$163,478,945
456 UndergroundDecember 10, 2019
44Detective PikachuMay 3, 2019$150,000,000$144,105,346$433,005,346
43Deadpool 2May 16, 2018$110,000,000$324,591,735$786,470,484
42The Hitman’s BodyguardAugust 16, 2017$30,000,000$75,468,583$176,600,207
41LifeMarch 22, 2017$58,000,000$30,234,022$100,541,806
40No Good Deed[c]March 3, 2017Short Film
39DeadpoolFebruary 9, 2016$58,000,000$363,070,709$782,836,791
38Mississippi GrindSeptember 25, 2015$130,541$422,746
37CriminalAugust 21, 2015$14,708,696$38,803,993
36Self/lessJuly 10, 2015$26,000,000$12,279,691$31,807,156
35Woman in GoldApril 1, 2015$11,000,000$33,307,793$61,619,773
34The VoicesFebruary 12, 2015$2,097,718
33The CaptiveSeptember 5, 2014$1,075,178$2,096,212
32R.I.P.D.July 17, 2013$130,000,000$33,618,855$78,324,220
31TurboJuly 10, 2013$135,000,000$83,028,128$282,570,682
30The CroodsMarch 15, 2013$135,000,000$187,168,425$587,205,319
29Safe HouseFebruary 8, 2012$85,000,000$126,373,434$208,076,205
28The Change-UpAugust 5, 2011$52,000,000$37,081,475$75,450,437
27Green LanternJune 15, 2011$200,000,000$116,601,172$219,851,172
26BuriedSeptember 24, 2010$1,044,143$19,439,764
25Paper ManApril 23, 2010$13,514$13,514
24The ProposalJune 17, 2009$40,000,000$163,958,031$317,375,031
23X-Men Origins: WolverineApril 29, 2009$150,000,000$179,883,157$373,062,864
22AdventurelandApril 3, 2009$16,044,025$17,164,820
21Chaos TheoryMarch 14, 2008$240,476$338,440
20Definitely, MaybeFebruary 8, 2008$32,241,649$55,990,299
19The NinesAugust 31, 2007$63,165$130,880
18Fireflies in the GardenMay 16, 2007$70,600$6,692,182
17Smokin’ AcesJanuary 12, 2007$17,000,000$35,787,686$57,232,879
16Just FriendsNovember 23, 2005$32,619,671$51,024,243
15Waiting…October 7, 2005$3,000,000$16,124,543$18,637,690
14The Amityville HorrorApril 14, 2005$19,000,000$65,233,369$107,516,369
13Blade: TrinityDecember 8, 2004$65,000,000$52,411,906$131,977,904
12Harold & Kumar Go to White CastleJuly 30, 2004$9,000,000$18,250,550$23,936,908
11FoolproofOctober 3, 2003$458,990$779,036
10The In-LawsMay 23, 2003$20,453,431$26,891,849
9Buying the CowJune 8, 2002
8National Lampoon’s Van WilderApril 4, 2002$5,000,000$21,305,259$38,275,483
7Finder’s FeeJune 16, 2001
6We All Fall DownOctober 12, 2000
5Coming SoonMay 12, 2000$5,453$5,453
4DickAugust 3, 1999$6,262,878$6,262,878
3BoltneckDecember 31, 1998
2The AlarmistOctober 16, 1998$59,864$59,864
1Ordinary MagicOctober 21, 1993

Television

Year(s)TitleRole(s)Notes
1991–1993FifteenBilly Simpson13 episodes; aka Hillside
1993–1994The OdysseyMacro / Lee[f]13 episodes
1994My Name is KateKevin BannisterTelevision film
1995Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer StoryAndyTelevision film
1996The X-FilesJay “Boom” DeBoomEpisode: “Syzygy”
1996The John Larroquette ShowTony HemingwayEpisode: “Napping to Success”
1996When Friendship KillsBenTelevision film; aka A Secret Between Friends: ‘A Moment of Truth’ Movie
1996Sabrina the Teenage WitchSethTelevision film
1996In Cold BloodBobby RuppTelevision miniseries
1998–2001Two Guys and a GirlMichael “Berg” Bergen
2003ScrubsSpenceEpisode: “My Dream Job”
2004–2005ZeromanTy Cheese (voice)13 episodes
2005School of LifeMichael “Mr. D” D’AngeloTelevision film
2011, 2012, 2017Family GuyHimself / Overweight Guy (voice)[f]3 episodes
2012Top GearHimself
2013Murder in ManhattanExecutive producer; Television film
2020Jeopardy! The Greatest of All TimeHimself1 episode
2020Don’tCommentatorAlso executive producer
1995
1997
1998
The Outer LimitsDerek / Paul[f]Episode: “If These Walls Could Talk”
Episode: “Double Helix”
Episode: “The Origin of Species”
2009
2017
2019
Saturday Night LiveHost / HimselfEpisode: “Ryan Reynolds/Lady Gaga” (Host)
Episode: “Melissa McCarthy/Haim” (Cameo)
Episode: “Will Ferrell/King Princess” (Cameo)

Disclaimer: The Box Office Data are compiled from various sources and by our own research. These data can be approximate and Hollywood Filmography does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data

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