In & # 39; The Adam Project & # 39; also features Mark Ruffalo, Catherine Keener, Jennifer Garner and Zoe Saldana.
The first set photos of Ryan Reynolds& # 39; New Netflix movie The Adam Project are here. In the upcoming role, Reynolds is working together again Free guy Director (and Netflix Power Player) Shawn Levy. We only learned last week Mark Ruffalo would also join the solid and impressive cast of The Adam Project Catherine Keener, Zoe Saldana, and Jennifer Garner. The science fiction action film follows Reynolds' character who is forced to travel back in time and reunite with his 13-year-old self to find his brilliant physicist father, played by Ruffalo. Keener will play the villain of the Adam Project from Ruffalo's character. It is unclear what roles Saldana and Garner will play. Jonathan Tropper (Here I leave you) wrote the current version of The Adam Project from an original script by Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, and T.S. Nowlin.
Reynolds shared the two new pictures from the set of The Adam Project on Twitter and Instagram on Sunday. In addition to his Twitter photos, the actor specifically shared a lighthearted caption and tweeted, “We have ended our first week on The Adam Project. In addition to those two photos, @netflix will be happy to know we shot some of the photos too Glad to be in the arms of my friend, life coach and director @ShawnLevyDirect again. "
One photo shows Reynolds on set somewhere in the middle of a forest with newcomers Walker Scobellwho will play the younger version of Reynolds' character. A second photo shows Reynolds and Levy complying with COVID-19 safety regulations with their face masks and putting their heads together behind the scenes. It seems that the production didn't waste time filming the action portion of the science fiction action story of The Adam Project, as Reynolds wears a bloody t-shirt in this second photo. Hmm, I wonder what is it about?
The Adam Project is coming to Netflix soon. Check out the first few photos from the set of The Adam Project below. For more information, see the trailer for Reynolds and Levy's next film, Free Guy.
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