He thinks he can whitewash the whole thing now with some new narrative.

Apparently this foreign born A+ list mostly movie actor doesn't think people will remember the way he treated a family member and thinks he can whitewash the whole thing now with some new narrative. No, you can't. Just like you can't replace names in stories to fit whoever you are with in the current time. Every tabloid should challenge him on it when he brings it up and ask the questions they knew the answers to and not just let him get away with it.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Apparently this foreign born A+ list mostly movie actor doesn’t think people will remember the way he treated a family member and thinks he can whitewash the whole thing now with some new narrative.

No, you can’t.

Just like you can’t replace names in stories to fit whoever you are with in the current time.

Every tabloid should challenge him on it when he brings it up and ask the questions they knew the answers to and not just let him get away with it.

Ryan Reynolds

his “tough” and deceased father

How Blake Lively Helped Ryan Reynolds Reconcile with His ‘Tough’ Dad

Ryan Reynolds has his wife Blake Lively to thank for helping him repair his relationship with his late father, James C. Reynolds, who passed away in 2015.

“My dad was a tough guy,” the Deadpool 2 actor explains during a new interview with Mr. Porter. “This is not meant to be some sob story — everyone carries their own bad of rocks around and I am no different in that regard — but growing up in my house, it was never relaxing or easy.”

But despite their complicated relationship, Reynolds, 41, says he has Lively to thank for helping him reconcile with his father, who died following a long term battle with Parkinson’s disease.

“She has a gift for foresight,” Reynolds added.

Although Reynolds didn’t go into detail about how the father and son repaired their relationship, a symbol of their reconciliation lives on in the actor’s 3-year-old daughter James, who the couple decided to name after his father. – Source