Ryan Reynolds Revealed Why He's Taking A 'Sabbatical' & He Says It's Not To Travel Or Study

Ryan Reynolds has clarified what he meant after announcing that he was taking "a little sabbatical from movie making" and it's for the sweetest reason.

On Saturday, October 16, the Canadian A-lister posted on his Insta grid that he would be having a break from Hollywood after wrapping on the movie Spirited.

He later posted on his story indicating that instead of travelling, studying or completing a side project, he would instead be taking time off to "parent."

Ryan Reynolds Revealed Why He's Taking A 'Sabbatical' & He Says It's Not To Travel Or Study @vancityreynolds | Instagram

The screengrab also says that a sabbatical can last anywhere from two months to a year, so it might be a little while before we see any new content from the Vancouver-born star.

Shortly after Reynolds announced his sabbatical, his wife Blake Lively proved that the two are absolute couple goals by trolling him on his post.

Ryan Reynolds Got A Governor General's Award & The Tribute Brought Him To Tears

He said he wasn't crying and it was "just maple syrup." 🍁

In what might be one of the most touching Canadian moments ever, Ryan Reynolds received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award and he was brought to tears by the tribute.

Reynolds posted on social media about how he was honoured by the award and shared a clip of himself watching the video tribute. "I'm not crying. It's just maple syrup," he joked in the caption.

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The actor never hides his love for his Canadian home. He grew up in Vancouver and still shouts out his hometown on a regular basis.

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Simu Liu Joined In The Urban Dictionary Name Trend & Somehow His Penis Got Involved

We looked up the names "Drake" and "Ryan Reynolds" too! 🙈

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Marvel actor and Canadian star Simu Liu has shared an unofficial interpretation of his name via Instagram… and it's not for the easily embarrassed!

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If you thought the Netflix hit Red Notice was funny, the bloopers for the flick with Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot will probably make you crack up even more.

The streaming platform shared a three-minute video of the actors breaking character and laughing at various shenanigans, most of which are the Canadian's fault.

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