The rugged Ryan Reynolds is a Canadian actor best known for his work in Deadpool (2016), Green Lantern (2011), and National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002). He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on October 23, 1976. This hottie has starred in some great comedies and is known as a very funny guy. Along the way he has also mixed it up by taking parts in horror, action and drama movies. Ryan is known for his ripped, muscular physique that has served him well in some roles and acted as some serious eye candy in others.
It is his literal balls to the wall performance in Buying the Cow (2002) that has fans of Ryan Reynolds salivating. Throughout this movie he is naked in several scenes. One scene has him tuck his junk between his legs and dance in homage to the Silence of the Lambs’ dancing scene. In it his full body is visible and some slight bushage is sticking out the top of his “tuck.” There are several scenes of him from behind showing off his ass so fine you will want to tap it to see if it gives off maple syrup. The big scene has him climbing out a window wrapped in a sheet. The sheet is falling off him as he climbs so we see his chest, booty and bountiful balls bouncing as he climbs.
Our second favorite spot to see Ryan naked is in his title role in Deadpool. Ryan shows off his ripped, bare back while taking it from a babe with strap on! Later we get a peek at that perfect (CGI) peen when Ryan has an epic fight in a burning building. Ryan is so hot his clothes burned right off!
The next best place to see Ry-guy nude is in The Proposal (2009). Ryan shows off his hot little heinie when he and Sandra Bullock run straight into each other completely nude. When asked about the scene Ryan stated, “It is actually ridiculous. Not only are you naked, you’re doing a stunt as well. It’s like expertly lit Cirque de Soleil porn.” Let’s hope this isn’t his last trip to the naked circus.
We get a look at Ryan sans shirt in Mississippi Grind (2015), Safe House (2012), Self/less (2015), and The Change-Up (2011). Last but not least, National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002) is one of Ryan’s best-known movies and it gives us a couple of brief shots of his captivating, Canadian caboose.