Will Ferrell Pretended To Be Ryan Reynolds On 'Jimmy Kimmel' & Trolled Canada’s 2021 Election

When Will Ferrell showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday, he did not hold back his opinions on Ryan Reynolds' abs, Blake Lively's cooking and Canada's snap election in 2021.

Speaking to the show's host on November 10 — after switching places with Ryan Reynolds at the last minute — Ferrell attempted to speak about the Canadian's latest movie Red Notice, as well as a few other things.

"I think it's gonna be good. I mean, we hope, right?" he joked, before getting the plot of the movie totally, totally wrong.

A little later, he spoke about Reynolds' wife Blake Lively (she's apparently very good at cooking oatmeal) and said their three kids dressed up as "Deadpool, Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada and Deadpool" for Halloween.

When asked if he (pretending to be Reynolds) voted in Canada's snap election earlier this year, Ferrell responded, "I did."

Explaining what a snap election is, he added, "It's a term that means get it over super quick because we couldn't give a sh*t."

A little later, the American star roasted Canada just a tiny bit more by performing a so-called "French" rap that he'd written — which was actually worse than Justin Bieber's attempt at French in his new "Timbiebs" commercial. Nice try though, Will!

Sandra Bullock recently dished on her memories of filming with Canadian icon Ryan Reynolds, and it sounds like their nude scene didn't go exactly as planned.

The actress appeared on the About Last Night podcast with host Adam Ray on November 29, where he asked Bullock to list some stand-out memories from specific movies. He started off with the 2009 rom-com The Proposal that she and Reynolds starred in, and a particular scene came to her mind almost immediately.

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Seth Rogen Smoked 'A Ton Of Weed' Before The Adele Concert & Mistakes Were Made (VIDEO)

"Like there's no world where I should be in front of Drake."

Canadian actor Seth Rogen made an appearance on Jimmy Fallon recently and shared the tale of how he ended up sitting front row centre at Adele's TV concert special while being extremely high.

On Wednesday, December 1, the Vancouver native retweeted a clip from The Tonight Show saying, "I think the Adele concert is the most popular thing I’ve ever been featured in. Here’s the confounding story of how I ended up there."*

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Ryan Reynolds never shies away from supporting his "home of B.C.", and all the people within it. Sometimes this means trolling his hometown to no end, but other times it's just straight-up sweet.

In November, he tweeted a message of support, calling for people to donate to help the province recover from the extreme weather and flooding it has been facing.

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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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