Canadian-American actor and screenwriter has always been a fan favourite ever since he graced the movie industry. The actor has featured in a lot of blockbuster movies like 'The Proposal,' 'Blade: Trinity,' 'Green Lantern,' 'Deadpool,' 'Safe House' and most recently his reprised role in 2018 movie 'Deadpool 2' which he also co-wrote. Known for his amazing sense of humour, the writer has starred in a lot of comedy movies and has earned himself a total of 41 nominations and 12 awards. While the actor became a big name in the 2000s, his acting career had started much earlier. His first movie role was as Billy Simpson in the Canadian-produced teen soap opera Hillside when he was just 15. The writer has definitely come a long way since then. The actor is currently married to actress, Blake Lively and has two daughters. Following his success in the latest movie, Deadpool 2, let's take a journey down memory lane and rate the actor's previous movies
15. The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017)
The veteran actor has a lot of sides capable of fitting into different movies. The actor played the role of a former private UK-based bodyguard who was disgraced after Takashi Kurosawa, a Japanese arms dealer who he was supposed to protect was killed under his watch. The actor starred alongside Samuel L Jackson, Gary Oldman and Salma Hayek. The movie which grossed a total of $176.6 million against its budget of $69 million topped the box office in its second week but had an average critical review of 5.1/10 on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes.
14. The Amityville Horror (2005)
Directed by Andrew Douglas and written by Scott Kosar, the 2005 movie was a remake of the original film in 1979 and was also the ninth installment of the Amityville movie series. The 89-minutes movie was a documentary of the alleged experiences of the Lutz family after they moved into a house on Long Island which had been the scene of a mass murder committed by Ronald DeFeo Jr. He murdered six members of his family there in 1974 and claimed that he was persuaded to kill them by voices he heard in the house. The movie which had a budget of just $19 million grossed over $108 million but had a critical review of 4.2/10. The film also had some controversies as George Lutz (whose role was played by Ryan) condemned the movie and was dying the filmmakers as at the time of his death in 2006
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