Ryan Reynolds Enlists Christopher Lloyd To Promote New Time-Travel Movie

Ryan Reynolds enlists the help of Mark Ruffalo and Dr. Emmett Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd, to promote The Adam Project with an “epic” PSA.

Ryan Reynolds enlists the help of Mark Ruffalo and Dr. Emmett Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd, to promote The Adam Project with an “epic“daylight savings public service announcement. Reynolds has proven to be one of the busiest actors in Hollywood since his last appearance as Dead Pool in 2018. Following the streaming success of Red Noticethe 45-year-old actor has reunited with Free Guy director Shawn Levy for Netflix’s time-travel extravaganza, The Adam Project.

The Adam Projects sees Reynolds play Adam Reed, a pilot from the year 2050 who travels back to 2022 and teams up with his 12-year-old self (Walker Scobell). Together, the pair, as well as their estranged father (Mark Ruffalo), must fight off a horde of robots, save the future, and confront some familial issues. The highly anticipated film also stars Zoe Saldaña, Jennifer Garner, Catherine Keener, and Alex Mallari Jr.


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With The Adam Project now available on Netflix, Reynolds shared a PSA on his YouTube channel concerning time travel, or rather, daylight savings. As people prepare to lose an hour this weekend, Reynolds has recruited Ruffalo—another actor who traveled through time as a superhero—to introduce someone “who knows a thing or two about time.” Check out the hilarious clip below:

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Lloyd famously played “Doc” Brown in Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future trilogy. Brown is the “wild-eyed scientist” who built the first time machine out of the now-iconic 1981 Delorean sports car, which he and Michael J. Fox’s “Marty” McFly use to navigate the past, present, and future. Leading up to the release of The Adam ProjectReynolds has compared his film to Back to the Futuresaying The Adam Project harkens back to the early years of Steven Spielberg’s production company, Amblin Productions/Entertainment—which produced classics including AND (1982), The Goonies (1985), and, of course, Back to the Future (1985). Lloyd’s inclusion in The Adam Project‘s marketing campaign is not only appropriate but truly epic.

From the Dead Pool franchise and Detective Pikachu to Free Guy, Reynolds’ company, Maximum Effort, usually leads the marketing campaign for his films. As is the case above, The Adam Project‘s marketing has Reynolds’ signature brand of humor written all over it. Similarly, Reynolds made his tongue-in-cheek debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe alongside Korg in a promotional video for Free Guy last year. Following the already-enthusiastic reaction to The Adam Projectreports have indicated that Levy will direct Marvel Studios’ Deadpool 3. To quote Lloyd, “life is about moving forward. Levy and Reynolds might as well capitalize on their creative momentum in the MCU.

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