02 July 2011
Ryan Reynolds dislikes working with competitive actors because they make movie sets ''toxic''.
Ryan Reynolds finds competitive actors "toxic".
The 'Green Lantern' star doesn't believe a movie set can work well if the cast can't get along and spend too much time trying to do better than one another.
He said: "It's toxic on a set when you're competitive with other actors. Whenever I've worked with another actor who's been competitive, usually nine times out of ten it's backfired on them - they've had a really unsatisfying experience. A film is so collaborative. It's the sum of its parts."
Movies like that are so contingent on that chemistry - it's a rare thing if you get it, so if I was going to do another romantic comedy I would hope it would be with Ms. Bullock.
One person Ryan does enjoy working with is Sandra Bullock, and he would love the chance to reunite with his 'Proposal' co-star in future.
He said: "My producing partner is incredibly close with Sandra - we all met up about 10 years ago and we've been good friends since. I never thought we'd do a film together but it worked out.
"Movies like that are so contingent on that chemistry - it's a rare thing if you get it, so if I was going to do another romantic comedy I would hope it would be with Ms. Bullock."