Month: April 2016

Ryan Reynolds And A Ravishing 2016

Ryan Reynolds has had his best year in Hollywood in 2016. He is not shy to admit this fact. Personally, Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively were blessed with their second daughter in September. Reynolds says that having two kids who are below the age of two has given him a lot of responsibilities to take care of.

Deadpool is the movie where he played an adaption of the Marvel comic character Wade Wilson. The director of the movie Simon Kinberg is all praise for the actor and the authenticity he brought into the character. The movie went on to make $132 million when it got released in February making it the highest grossing X-men movie of all time. If those numbers are huge, the movie made a total of $783 million across the globe.

When asked if he expected such a response from the audiences to the movie, Reynolds admits that he certainly did not anticipate that. He said that he was sure that it would create an impact with the people who love Deadpool. He calls that the movie released at the right time when there was peak superhero scenario. Since it is also different from most of the superhero movies has also made a huge difference.

It is mainly due to Deadpool and more of his Reynold-ness that he has been chosen as Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of The year. He has also been nominated for the Critics’ choice awards this year. The movie Deadpool has been nominated in two categories namely Best Actor in an action movie and Best actor in a comedy.

Not only Reynolds, there are 14 other people who made Hollywood their home in 2016. The special edition also has the best of 2016 including movies, television, drama, books, podcasts etc. Do not miss out on this grandeur issue with Ryan Reynolds decorating the cover.

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Politics And The Business Surrounding It

Some of the business practices are destroying the job opportunity for many middle-class Americans. This is something that even Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders would agree on. The present climate is extremely not business friendly and is leading to bad consequences. It is ironic that parties that are so different are united by this thought.

The corporate profits have always gone up over the past decade. But it seems to have no impact on the people working in these companies. This is creating significant difference in the morale of the employees. Due to this, people are beginning to take out their frustration on multi-national companies during the campaign.

During the election campaign, the presidential candidates and the current president Obama himself are responding to angry electorate. There has been promise everywhere that the wages would increase. However, this has never happened. If everything happens true to the word, it could create a belief system among the people.

The Treasury Department in the United States have issued regulations stating that many corporations are trying to cut down on the tax. Companies like Pfizer are trying to merge with other counterparts from different countries so that they can change their headquarters and avoid paying tax.

GE has also come into scanner and faced heavy criticism from Sanders because it is shifting jobs to Mexico and shutting down the factories in America. All this is being done just to reduce the amount of tax bill.

Similarly, Ford’s move to invest in Mexico has faced heavy backlash from President Obama when he called it “an absolute disgrace”. The company had announced that they are starting a new facility where they are planning to employ more than 2,800 workers cutting down the number of jobs in United States as a result.

If the merger between the Halliburton and Banker Hughes had gone through, it would have hurt the economy of the United States very badly. Globally, it would have brought down United States among other economies.

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