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Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo reunite at first screening of their film The Adam Project in NYC

Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo reunite at first screening of their first film collaboration The Adam Project in NYC

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Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo reunited Wednesday night for the very first screening of their film The Adam Project at Metrograph in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

The Canadian 45-year-old and the Kenosha-born 54-year-old – both rocking burly beards – participated in an audience Q&A while seated beside their 13-year-old castmate, Walker Scobell.

Mark and Ryan were also joined at the New York Netflix event by the movie’s director Shawn Levy.  

Mark Ruffalo attended the very first screening of his film The Adam Project at Metrograph in Manhattan's Lower East Side on Wednesday night

Gents: Ryan Reynolds (L) and Mark Ruffalo (R) reunited Wednesday night for the very first screening of their film The Adam Project at Metrograph in Manhattan’s Lower East Side

Burly beards: The Canadian 45-year-old (L) and the Kenosha-born 54-year-old (R) participated in an audience Q&A while seated beside their 13-year-old castmate, Walker Scobell (M)

Burly beards: The Canadian 45-year-old (L) and the Kenosha-born 54-year-old (R) participated in an audience Q&A while seated beside their 13-year-old castmate, Walker Scobell (M)

Reynolds was wearing an olive-green suede jacket over a taupe collared top and black slacks selected by his stylist Ilaria Urbinati.

Ruffalo wore a black sweater beneath a charcoal grey suit selected by his stylist Samantha McMillen.

In the action adventure comedy – premiering March 11 on Netflix – Ryan plays Adam, a time-traveling pilot who ‘teams up with his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future.’

The Adam Project marked the first time Ruffalo and Reynolds worked together, despite both of them being in the Marvel Comic Universe as The Hulk and Deadpool, respectively. 

Woodsy backdrop: Mark and Ryan were also joined at the New York Netflix event by the movie's director Shawn Levy (2-L)

Woodsy backdrop: Mark and Ryan were also joined at the New York Netflix event by the movie’s director Shawn Levy (2-L)

Earth tones: Reynolds was wearing an olive-green suede jacket over a taupe collared top and black slacks selected by his stylist Ilaria Urbinati

Earth tones: Reynolds was wearing an olive-green suede jacket over a taupe collared top and black slacks selected by his stylist Ilaria Urbinati

Dark side: Ruffalo wore a black sweater beneath a charcoal grey suit selected by his stylist Samantha McMillen

Dark side: Ruffalo wore a black sweater beneath a charcoal grey suit selected by his stylist Samantha McMillen

Premiering March 11 on Netflix! In the action adventure comedy, Ryan plays Adam, a time-traveling pilot who 'teams up with his late father (R) to come to terms with his past while saving the future'

Premiering March 11 on Netflix! In the action adventure comedy, Ryan plays Adam, a time-traveling pilot who ‘teams up with his late father (R) to come to terms with his past while saving the future’

Mark Ruffalo pictured as The Hulk in Avengers: Endgame in 2019

Ryan Reynolds pictured as Deadpool in the first film in 2016

MCU men: The Adam Project marked the first time Ruffalo (L) and Reynolds (R) worked together, despite both of them being in the Marvel Comic Universe as The Hulk and Deadpool, respectively

Turner Classic Movies host Dave Karger moderated the cast and crew Q&A to a packed and masked crowd.

The Emmy-winning silver fox wrote on Instagram on Wednesday that he was ‘super excited to have worked with some familiar faces and new ones. Be sure to check it out!’

Noticeably missing from the screening were the three leading ladies of the film – Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, and Catherine Keener.

Netflix announced Wednesday that the first teaser for the film will be dropping sometime on Thursday. 

Ask us anything! Turner Classic Movies host Dave Karger (L) moderated the cast and crew Q&A to a packed and masked crowd

Ask us anything! Turner Classic Movies host Dave Karger (L) moderated the cast and crew Q&A to a packed and masked crowd

'Be sure to check it out!' The Emmy-winning silver fox (2-R) wrote on Instagram on Wednesday that he was 'super excited to have worked with some familiar faces and new ones'

‘Be sure to check it out!’ The Emmy-winning silver fox (2-R) wrote on Instagram on Wednesday that he was ‘super excited to have worked with some familiar faces and new ones’

Where are the women? Noticeably missing from the screening were the three leading ladies of the film - Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, and Catherine Keener

Where are the women? Noticeably missing from the screening were the three leading ladies of the film – Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, and Catherine Keener

'You might want to check back here tomorrow!' Netflix announced Wednesday that the first teaser for the film will be dropping sometime on Thursday

‘You might want to check back here tomorrow!’ Netflix announced Wednesday that the first teaser for the film will be dropping sometime on Thursday

And considering the character Adam has to team up with his younger self in The Adam Project, the wisecracking Grammy nominee decided to do his own spin on that concept for a TikTok on Wednesday.

In the hilarious, surreal video Ryan looks horrified as the camera cuts back and forth to him and his 14-year-old self circa 1991.

Reynolds – who boasts 102.6M social media followers – captioned the mostly silent clip: ‘The less said, the better.’

The vintage footage was from the Red Notice funnyman’s first acting gig as bully Billy Simpson in the teen soap opera Hillside, which aired on Nickelodeon in the States and YTV in Canada.

Double take! And considering the character Adam has to team up with his younger self in The Adam Project, the wisecracking Grammy nominee decided to do his own spin on that concept for a TikTok on Wednesday

Double take! And considering the character Adam has to team up with his younger self in The Adam Project, the wisecracking Grammy nominee decided to do his own spin on that concept for a TikTok on Wednesday

In the hilarious, surreal video Ryan looks horrified as the camera cuts back and forth to him and his 14-year-old self circa 1991

Reynolds - who boasts 102.6M social media followers - captioned the mostly silent clip: 'The less said, the better'

‘The less said, the better’: In the hilarious, surreal video Ryan looks horrified as the camera cuts back and forth to him and his 14-year-old self circa 1991

Ryan looked astounded and disturbed by what he saw

Throwback! The vintage footage was from the Red Notice funnyman's first acting gig as bully Billy Simpson in the teen soap opera Hillside, which aired on Nickelodeon in the States and YTV in Canada

Throwback! The vintage footage was from the Red Notice funnyman’s first acting gig as bully Billy Simpson in the teen soap opera Hillside, which aired on Nickelodeon in the States and YTV in Canada


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