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Entertainment News | Following the release of Mike Richards, Ryan Reynolds shows his support for LeVar Burton’s campaign to welcome “Jeopardy!”

Washington [US], Aug 22 (ANI): Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds has supported LeVar Burton’s ongoing campaign to welcome “Jeopardy!” Following the EP Mike Richards’ podium release.

According to Deadline, the actor, indirectly, posted a tweet on Friday in which he shared his report on Burton’s experience, given the time he himself spent as an outsider, pursuing without releases his dream project ‘Deadpool’.

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“Fairly regularly from 2013 to 2015, Deadpool was exploding on Twitter with fans who wanted me to play him. It was embarrassing because I agreed with them. But the studio didn’t see it. count, the fans won, and the rest is a glorious story. I am eternally grateful. Hi @levarburton, “he said.

Burton competed to host “Jeopardy!” for years, most recently being one of many famous guest hosts, after longtime host Alex Trebek passed away.

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Richards was also among the guest hosts whose performances were evaluated by Sony Pictures Television in their quest to find a new permanent host.

While he began talks to take on the role of the trivia game earlier this month, the difficulties that resulted led him to announce that he would step down from his role on August 20, after filming just one episode.

His downfall began with the emergence of lawsuits from his time as executive producer on ‘The Price is Right’, which alleged he made callous comments towards, and otherwise discriminated against, the models in the series.

The final nail in the proverbial coffin was a report that emerged in The Ringer, which resurfaced sexist or offensive remarks he made towards co-hosts and guests on ‘The Randumb Show,’ a podcast he made. he animated between 2013 and 2014.

Richards will continue to work on the series in his role as executive producer.

Reynolds’ comment on behalf of the “Reading Rainbow” host comes as his Disney / 20th Century Studios film “Free Guy” continues to dominate the box office.

According to Deadline, actor and comedian Yvette Nicole Brown, writer and cultural critic Roxane Gay, writer-director Eric Haywood, Rafael Casal of Blindspotting and “SNL” alum Leslie Jones are other people who have pleaded. for Burton to take over as host. (ANI)

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