“I’ll say this: The media wasn’t invited to my marriage, and they’re definitely not invited into the divorce. Anyone who gets divorced goes through a lot of pain, but you come out of it. I’m not out of it yet. At all. But I sense that as I do come through it, there’s optimism. How can there not be? I don’t think I want to get married again, but you always reevaluate these things. Any kind of crisis can be good. It wakes you up. I gotta say, I’m a different person than I was six months ago.”
Pretty refreshing, huh, the way that Ryan Reynolds claims that everything’s not always wine and roses, crap happens, and when there’s dark times, sometimes they’re, well … dark.
Ryan opened up recently to Details magazine, where he talked about everything from maple syrup, to the obligatory topic of his divorce, to his role in the Green Lantern movie.
I’m still a Scarlett fan, and out of respect to Ryan and his forthright-ness, I’m not going to speculate (uh, much) about what happened between the two of them, but I will say: at this point, it’s apparent to me that Ryan was probably perfectly happy in the couple’s two-year marriage, and that Scarlett was definitely the one who instigated everything. It’s a shame when that kind of stuff happens, but sometimes? It just does. And even though Scarlett’s my girl, I’m going to have to face the cold, hard facts and admit that Ryan DEFINITELY came out of this one looking better, ’cause who’s gonna argue that?
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Very classy guy and it is never the fault of one person and more than likely she hurts as well. They chose different paths to get over the divorce. Scarlett needs a person; Ryan needs time to figure things out. He went to work, making movies and starting a TV production company. Even if his love life sucks, he will make some money. When you swear of relationships of any kind dating, marriage, etc. that’s when you usually meet the “love of your life”