Ryan Reynolds tried selling Red Notice props on Antiques Roadshow


Ryan Reynolds tried to sell a prop from his new movie Red Notice on the antique tour.

Appearing in a sketch with host Lark Mason, Reynolds attempted to sell a so-called “Cleopatra Egg” which was used on the set of the film which also stars Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot.

Featuring Reynolds and Mason seated in front of the famous blue-clad table, the dead Pool The star attempted to sell the fake antique to the host.

After being asked about the history of the object, Reynolds replied, “This is not a family heirloom. My family denied me. They don’t like me. Rather, it is an inheritance that my good friend from the museum lent me. He doesn’t know he loaned it to me. It sounds a bit complicated. So maybe that will affect the value, due to regulatory issues. “

Lark goes on to describe the prop as “commissioned by Cleopatra at the end of her life” and playing up the plot of the film, he said it had been hidden “until recently”.

Lark then referred to Johnson: “An FBI agent, if I remember correctly – I don’t remember exactly, but a very muscular, handsome and talented man…”

Reynolds then asked how much the item in the film would cost, to which Mason said, “If we could elucidate the complications of how you acquired it, it could sell for over $ 100 million ($ 74 million). pounds sterling) at auction. “

Red Notice is Netflix’s most expensive release with an estimated production budget of $ 200million (£ 148million). It also received mixed reviews, but Reynolds claimed he had the biggest opening day for a Netflix release.


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