Ryan Reynolds to produce a new game show - with a twist

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:53 | 04/09/19

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Transcript for Ryan Reynolds to produce a new game show - with a twist
So we're going to begin with the guy we love. Ryan Reynolds, exploring some new territory. The "Deadpool" actor trying his hand at producing a game show for ABC, everybody. So happy to hear that. It's called "Don't," described as a comedic game show for families. They have to work together on mental and physical tasks with one rule. Don't do something. Don't laugh, don't slip, don't scream. You get the gist. Ryan saying in a press release, all my life, the word don't has tortured me. From don't curse to don't play ball in the house. I cannot wait for my personal trauma to become the next great ABC family show. Very excited to see that. From the guy who plays "Deadpool," to Chris Hemsworth, throwing his hat in the ring to play James bond. What do you think? I like that idea. Announcing he would not do another bond movie after this next one, Daniel Craig, and rumors swirled over the franchise, and we talked about it quite a bit here. All the actors' names that have been mentioned have shot it down except Chris Hemsworth. He makes no bones about it, and he said he would love to do it. It was suggested to him after he played a suave race car driver in the 2013 movie," rush." Producers haven't said who will replace Daniel Craig at oo 7, but Chris Hemsworth wouldn't be the first Australian. Who? Who? George Lazenby. He quit after just one movie. Okay. You learn something new every day. Thank you. You're welcome. And Eddie Murphy fans can't wait for this sequel to come to America which will team Eddie back up with James Earl Jones. Yes. 30 years after the original and this morning, we can confirm pre-production has officially begun. You never know, but there you go. Oscar-winning costume designer Ruthie Carter saying, good morning, my neighbors. "Coming to America" with prince Akeem, semmi and Oscar. I was, like, who plays Oscar? It was the Oscar -- she of course, took home the academy award for her work on "Black "Coming to America" is hitting theaters on August 7, 2020. And finally welcome to the jungle should be playing right now because that's what this new York City subway car looked like a couple of days ago right here in New York City. A woman posting this video, barely able to believe what she was seeing. At man you see there loaded not one, not two, but five full-sized trees -- yeah. There's more there waiting. I don't know how he got the conductor to hold the train. The turnstile? Carried them downstairs. We live in New York. You have to go down underground. The passengers seemed amused, but the subway authorities not they saw the post, the video and they commented, simply, this is not allowed. It happens. It happens. Not encouraged by us, but thank you for the video. That's "Pop news." Thank you, Lara.

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