Ryan Reynolds takes a career break

Ryan Reynolds announced this Saturday, October 16 to put his career on hold after the shooting of the film “Spirited”.

“That’s a wrap.” Ryan Reynolds just wrapped up filming of Spirited, Christmas movie soon to be released on Apple TV +, starring Will Ferrell and Octavia Spencer. Long exhausting months of filming, which demanded a lot of energy. Blake Lively’s husband has decided to take a break and put the cinema on hold for a while. “It’s the perfect time for a little sabbatical”, he announced on Instagram this Saturday, October 16.

As usual, Blake Lively mocked (gently) the father of her three daughters on social networks. “Michael Caine did it first”, she wrote under the photo posted by her husband on Instagram. As a reminder, Michael Caine – who denied having retired – is 88, and Ryan Reynolds is 44.


Prince Harry got the ball rolling

In recent months, stars, whether they come from cinema, music or the world of sport, are increasingly breaking taboos around their mental health. Prince Harry helped free speech around this topic in the documentary The Me You Can’t See with Oprah Winfrey on AppleTV +.

This summer, Ryan Reynolds had also addressed the issues related to his mental health that he had encountered at the beginning of his career, and the pressure which weighs more on his shoulders since he became a father.

In an interview with the American channel ETRyan Reynolds explained that it was his daughters who prompted him to talk about his mental health, either directly with them or in public: “I think it’s important to talk about it. When you talk about it, it kinda frees other people.”

The stars also have to juggle their daily lives, learn to manage an artistic career and a family at the same time. And in the midst of a pandemic, this adds an additional difficulty. Alanis Morissette has also canceled her concerts scheduled for this fall in Europe for this reason.

“Traveling from country to country is becoming more and more difficult with three children, going through an unprecedented period on our beautiful planet”, she explained on Twitter. “I know things will work out… But for now, I’m heartbroken to tell you that we have to postpone these concerts.”

Top athletes also suffer

The mental health of athletes was also at the heart of the news this summer with, in particular, the tennis player Naomi Osaka, who has chained the packages since Roland-Garros, because morally and emotionally exhausted. The American gymnast Simone Biles was also unable to compete normally at the Tokyo Olympics, because of a deep discomfort that has been eating her away for several months.

These various personal stories, publicized, allowed the general public to better understand celebrities. However, this does not prevent some from continuing to criticize them on social networks and to treat them as spoiled children …

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