Ryan Reynolds described marriage to Blake Lively on a plantation in 2012 as "a huge mistake" during an interview with the September issue of Fast Company.
The 43-year-old Deadpool actor and 32-year-old gossip girl star tied the knot at Boone Hall, a former plantation in South Carolina, and were subsequently criticized for glorifying a place that was once black Slaves suffered and died.
Ryan clearly apologized and called the choice of location "something we will always be deeply and unreservedly sorry for".
He said, “It is impossible to be reconciled. What we saw back then was a wedding venue on Pinterest. What we saw after that was a place built on a devastating tragedy. & # 39;
"A Huge Mistake": Ryan Reynolds expressed regret over the location of his 2012 wedding to Blake Lively during an interview with Fast Company. The couple seen here in 2011
“We remarried at home years ago – but shame works in a strange way. A huge mistake like this can either cause you to shut down or it can reshape things and move you to action, ”continued the action star.
“That doesn't mean you won't open again. But repatterning and the challenge of lifelong social conditioning is a job that doesn't end. & # 39;
Boone Hall Plantation also starred in Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling's 2004 romantic film The Notebook.
In May, the couple donated $ 200,000 to the NAACP and issued a statement that read, in part, "We are ashamed of our past failure to learn how deeply rooted systemic racism is."
In 2012, the Green Lantern stars celebrated their wedding in an intimate ceremony in Charleston, South Carolina – to which only 35 guests were invited.
Story: The 43-year-old Deadpool actor and 32-year-old Gossip Girl alum tied the knot in Boone Hall, a former plantation in South Carolina, and were subsequently criticized for glorifying a place that once was black slaves suffered and died
Changes: In May, the couple donated $ 200,000 to the NAACP and released a statement that read, in part, "We are ashamed of our past failure to learn how ingrained systemic racism is."
Blake's self-known "idol" Martha Stewart, along with local wedding planner Tara Guérard, helped create the big day.
Florence Welch performed during the ceremony, and Bette Midler was one of several high-profile guests in attendance, as well as Blake's co-stars America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn and Alexis Bledel.
Ryan and Blake have three daughters: James, five, Inez, three and a third daughter, who was born in October last year and whom the couple has so far refused to publicly name.
The stars were first photographed as a couple in October 2011, not long after their film Green Lantern premiered.
Unreservedly: The Canadian star clearly apologized when speaking to magazine for the September issue, describing the choice of location as "something we always deeply and unreservedly feel sorry for".
Loves for a long time: The stars were photographed as a couple for the first time in October 2011, not long after the premiere of their film Green Lantern. Seen here in May 2019
His girls: Ryan and Blake have three daughters: James, five, Inez, three and a third daughter, who was born in October last year and whom the couple has not yet wanted to publicly name. Ryan, Blake, James and Inez seen here in 2016
And Ryan made fun of the multi-vicious superhero film on Tuesday and tweeted a weirdly abbreviated "cut" of the film.
Reynolds cut the DC comic, which only received a 26% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes, to just 27 seconds.
He wrote the tweet: "Here's the GL secret Reynolds cut that you all haven't been waiting for. To make it as great as possible, we've made some difficult and sensible cuts. & # 39;
Green Lantern: Ryan made fun of the often vicious superhero film on Tuesday and tweeted a weirdly abbreviated "cut" of the film
Short but sweet: Reynolds had cut the DC comic film, which only received a critical rating of 26% on Rotten Tomatoes, to just 27 seconds
The hilarious makeover started with Reynolds' alter ego Deadpool blowing out the entire script of the film in a scene from Deadpool 2.
It then showed the film briefly, once replacing Tom Cruise with Ryan, who did not appear in the film but was supposed to take on the role of Hal Jordan at one point.
The & # 39; Reynolds Cut & # 39; then showed an excerpt from the 2017 Justice League film, which, while technically part of the same comic book universe, never contained Reynolds' infamous character.
The A Team: The & # 39; Reynolds Cut & # 39; then showed an excerpt from the 2017 Justice League film, which, while technically part of the same comic book universe, never contained Reynolds' infamous character