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Reynolds made a triumphant return to the big screen in 2011.Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) is an executive editor in chief of a book publishing company. immigration agent, informs them that he suspects they are committing fraud to avoid Margaret's deportation.
In the film, Reynolds played an American working in Iraq who gets kidnapped and buried alive.After learning she is about to be deported to Canada because she violated the terms of her work visa, she persuades her assistant, Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds), to marry her. Gilbertson tells them that they'll be asked questions about each other separately.She reminds Andrew that if she's deported, the work he put in as her assistant will be lost, and he'll be set back in his dream to become an editor. If their answers don't match, Margaret will be deported to Canada permanently and Andrew will be convicted of a felony punishable by a $250,000 fine and five years in prison.Andrew insists that Margaret make him an editor after their marriage and publish the book he's been recommending to her. The couple travels to Sitka, Alaska, Andrew's hometown, to meet his family.Margaret meets Andrew's mother Grace (Mary Steenburgen) and grandmother Annie (Betty White), known as "Gammy".Reynolds' career began in 1991, when he starred as Billy Simpson in the Canadian-produced teen soap Hillside, distributed in the United States by Nickelodeon as Fifteen.
In 1996, he co-starred with Melissa Joan Hart in the TV movie Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
During the trip to the family home, Margaret notices that nearly every shop in town carries the name Paxton and learns that Andrew's family is in fact very wealthy.
During a welcome home party, Andrew confronts his father, Joe (Craig T.
Ryan Rodney Reynolds (born October 23, 1976) is a Canadian actor.
He portrayed Michael Bergen on the ABC sitcom Two Guys and a Girl (1998–2001), Billy Simpson in the YTV Canadian teen soap opera Hillside (1991), as well as Marvel Comics characters Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004), and Wade Wilson / Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) and Deadpool (2016), the later earning him a Golden Globe Award nomination.
His first major breakthrough came from the 2002 comedy magazine. I was so aware of everything around me." He found sanctuary in school productions where his vulnerability could be an asset rather than a problem.