Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds’ time travel movie heads to Netflix

Ryan Reynolds’ upcoming time travel movie is heading to Netflix.

The Deadpool star is gearing up again with filmmaker Shawn Levy for the adventure-thriller – which, at one point, was going by the name Our Time is Adam – for the outing, having just worked with him on video game-inspired comedy Free Guy, which is set to hit cinemas in December.

Paramount was originally developing the project. Now though, the streaming service and Skydance, the duo that recently released Charlize Theron-fronted action The Old Guard, are in charge of bringing it to the small screen.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, both Reynolds and Levy will produce. The latter is set to star as a man tasked with travelling back in time, meeting his 13-year-old self and acquainting the pair of

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Father of Modern Adventure Travel, Richard Bangs, Joins Manifest Board of Directors

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Manifest, an exclusive, chapter-based lifestyle and travel club that provides custom-crafted getaways to unique destinations within the U.S. paired with private plane service, announced today that digital travel pioneer Richard Bangs has joined the company’s Board of Directors. Often called “the father of modern adventure travel,” Bangs is a pioneer in digital media, travel, marketing and commerce, and an expert at building tourism sectors around the globe and has spent decades as an explorer and communicator, pioneering virtual expeditions online and leading first descents of 35 rivers around the world.

“We are thrilled to have Richard Bangs join Manifest’s Board of Directors,” said Manifest Founder and CEO Jeff Potter. “As a pioneer of adventure travel who has been an integral part of some of the industry’s most innovative brands, Richard’s leadership will ensure Manifest stays on track to become the leading experiential travel company in

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Watch: Adam Devine, celebs adventure in trailer for Quibi’s ‘Bad Ideas’

July 23 (UPI) — Quibi is giving a glimpse of the new series Bad Ideas with Adam Devine.

The short-form streaming service shared a trailer for the adventure travel series featuring Devine, 36, on Wednesday.

The preview shows Devine and celebrity guests “tackle one terrible idea after another” as they travel the globe, including driving The Death Road, a narrow cliff trail in South America, in an ice cream truck.

“This series is Adam’s twisted take on an adventure series. In each episode, he and a famous actor or comedian will travel to a new location in search of adventures that are already inherently dangerous — only they’ll add their own extra special sauce to ensure they are truly terrible choices,” an official synopsis reads.

Guest stars include Anders Holm, Rebel Wilson, Blake Anderson, Brent Morin, “CJ” Lana Perry and Thomas Middleditch.

In addition to hosting, Devine executive produced

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‘Travels with Darley’ launches a new season with 13 travel adventures

A new season of six-time Emmy nominee Darley Newman’s “Travels With Darley” is launching on Ovation TV’s Journy channel on July 15 with a series of 13 travelogues shot in 4K in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the United States.

Previous seasons of Newman’s travel show have aired on PBS, Amazon Prime and other networks since 2016, but this rollout of new episodes comes at a particularly welcome time. We can’t travel right now, but we can come along for the ride as Newman goes skiing at Tahoe with Jonny Moseley, samples oysters in Morro Bay, swims with sharks in Dubai and samples crepes and galettes in Brittany.

The first episode explores California’s Central Coast with a road trip down the Pacific Coast Highway and stops at Hearst Castle, Solvang and Pismo Beach. (And yes, dune buggies are definitely involved.)

A new season of “Travels with Darley” on the
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Dreaming of Adventure Travel? Mammalz – a New Nature App

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Mammalz,, a new mutli-media nature-niche community platform with a mission to reconnect people to nature announces a free trip giveaway that will send the winner and a guest on an adventure of a lifetime. Each of the travel opportunities offer a unique, up close and personal experience with nature. The lucky winner will get to choose from an African safari to Botswana, a wild tiger safari in India, or a liveaboard scuba diving trip to Indonesia. Travel will take place after the world reopens to safe international travel.

“Mammalz is all about connecting people to nature and each other, not just on our iOS app and web platform, but in real life,” says Alex Finden, COO and co-founder of Mammalz. “Any one of these trips will provide the winner incredible opportunities to capture nature live streams, videos, and photos, perfect

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Ryan Reynolds, Shawn Levy Time-Travel Adventure Moves to Netflix

Skydance and Netflix aren’t letting the lack of novel coronavirus control in the U.S. halt movement on the project, with production on track to begin in November in Vancouver.

Reynolds will star as a man who must travel back in time to get help from his 13-year-old self. Together, they encounter their late father, who is now the same age as Reynolds’ character.

The Skydance project, written by Jonathan Tropper, had been set up at Paramount since 2012 and briefly had Tom Cruise attached. T.S. Nowlin and duo Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett were previous writers.

Although the project was at Paramount, Skydance was driving development. The company is capitalizing on the success of its relationship with Netflix, thanks to its very recently released buzzy hit The Old Guard and last year’s blockbuster 6 Underground, which also starred Reynolds. Both movies were revealed this week to be among the

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Vote for the best adventure tours and travel companies

Note from 10Best: Someday, we’ll all be ready to pack our suitcases again and head out on our next adventures. In the meantime, we’ll keep supporting the places that inspire us. Please check individual company websites for the latest updates.

Summer is in full swing, and we’ve got adventure on the brain. 10Best is on the lookout for the best adventure tours – boats, helicopters, rafting trips, kayaking excursions, bike tours, hot air balloons and scenic train rides – and travel companies to help you plan for your next great adventure. Vote daily for your favorites in each category until voting ends on Monday, August 17 at noon ET.

Click on each category below to vote:

Best Adventure Travel Company

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Vote for your favorite adventure travel company

Adventure travel has exploded in popularity in recent years, and whether you’re looking for an individualized journey, eco-friendly group

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Patricia Heaton on her encouraging new book ‘Your Second Act’

Patricia Heaton wants to help usher people into their “Second Act.”

In fact, the actress has written a book to do just that. “Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Transformation” (out Tuesday) is a collection of essays from people who, as Heaton puts it, “were mostly forced, because of circumstances, to rethink their life and everything they had to do and overcome in order to make that happen.”

Heaton, 62, says the canceled CBS sitcom “Carol’s Second Act” served as partial inspiration for the book. Heaton portrayed the title character, a former teacher who went to medical school later in life.

"Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention," by Patricia Heaton.
“Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention,” by Patricia Heaton.

“Maybe that’s the cosmic reason for ‘Carol’ to have come into being for one season, is to inspire this book,” she says. “And with the pandemic … it makes you realize how precious and how sort of fragile life

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How to Make Friends in College, According to Experts

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Photo credit: JACOB LUND – Stocksy

From Cosmopolitan

Heading off to college can be an intimidating (and exciting!) adventure. Maybe you’re living on your own for the first time in a new city, away from your parents, and learning how to juggle academic work and way too many fun social opportunities—not to mention that growing pile of laundry in your room. Even if school is in the same town where you grew up, starting a new chapter like college is a great time to make new friends. Plus, in my humble opinion, college besties are in a league of their own. They’re your lifelong crew. Nothing bonds you quite like spending 24/7 together, studying and hanging out and never ever getting enough sleep.

But, yeah, of course, making new friends can be nerve-wracking and even a bit awkward, especially if you’re not outgoing by nature. Which is why I tapped

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How to pick the right read and host a virtual discussion on Zoom

Here’s something you can still do very well while staying at home to avoid coronavirus exposure: Read a book.

Another thing you can do effectively while quarantined? Participate in a book club.

Sure, it will be different without everyone piling onto the same couch or convening at a favorite coffee shop. But take it from three book clubbers (longtime host Barbara VanDenburgh, regular reader Mary Cadden and newbie Carly Mallenbaum all collaborated on this story), virtual book club has the potential to be a rewarding and intimate meet-up that serves a calendar commitment you’re actually psyched for.

Plus, you can invite people who don’t live in your city, or even your time zone!

So how do you put together a successful book club while in lockdown? We have some tips: 

Staying Apart, Together: A newsletter about how to cope with the coronavirus pandemic

Start with a small guest list


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