Super Bowl LVI: Fans say Ryan Reynolds' 'The Adam Project' will be better than 'any new Bruce Willis film'

No stranger to Netflix with a string of blockbusters in 'Six Underground' and 'Red Notice', Reynolds now teams up with 'Free Guy' director Shawn Levy


                            Super Bowl LVI: Fans say Ryan Reynolds' 'The Adam Project' will be better than 'any new Bruce Willis film'
Ryan Reynolds and Walker Scobell in a still from 'The Adam Project' (Netflix)
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One of the much-anticipated movies of the year is Ryan Reynolds' 'The Adam Project' on Netflix and the Super Bowl LVI saw a new TV spot from the upcoming movie. No stranger to the streamer with a string of blockbusters in 'Six Underground' and 'Red Notice', Reynolds now teams up with 'Free Guy' director Shawn Levy and the trailer generated quite the buzz and some meme-fest on social media.

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The official synopsis reads, "A time-traveling pilot teams up with his younger self and his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future." The sci-fi flick also stars Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, and Zoe Saldaña.

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Netflix also gave a quick look at the roster of movies lined up and here's a quick note from the streaming giant: "Netflix’s 2022 movies are suited up and ready to play. Earlier this month we debuted a sneak peek of the new movies heading to Netflix this year, headlined by Kevin Hart and Mark Walhberg (Me Time), Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill (Enola Holmes 2), Daniel Craig (Knives Out 2), Ryan Gosling (The Gray Man), Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy (You People), Jennifer Lopez (The Mother), Jamie Foxx (Day Shift), Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington (The School for Good and Evil) and Jason Momoa (Slumberland)."

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Needless to say, fans were amped. "And yet, The Adam Project will still be better than any new Bruce Willis film," one of the mocks read. "Thank you Ryan Reynolds for reminding me that I still haven’t seen Free Guy. Maybe I’ll check out this new movie “The Adam Project” while I’m at it," one of the fans remarked. "Honestly Adam Project looks like a good idea because Ryan Reynolds was starting to get typecast as Ryan Reynolds. #SuperBowl," one of the comments read.

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"With @MarkRuffalo playing @VancityReynolds dad in The Adam Project, The Hulk is technically Deadpool's dad," the jokes continued. "That Adam Project movie looks interesting. I think we’ve all thought about what it would be like to meet a future or past version of ourselves at some point. Should be fun," one of the comments read.


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'The Adam Project' releases March 11 on Netflix.