“I lost my father to Parkinson’s disease,” Ryan Reynolds recalled of his father, sending an emotional message to fellow Canadian Michael J to Fox.

Losing someone you love very much is one of the hardest things. Ryan Reynolds recently remembered his father, who he lost to Parkinson’s disease, as another Canadian actor suffers from the same disease. The Canadian actor posted an emotional post on his Twitter about Michael J Fox.

Michael J. fox is a retired actor best known for his role on the sitcom Family Ties (1982-1989). He is known for his role as the main character Marty McFly in the Back to the Future film trilogy (1985-1990), which was a critical and commercial success. Fox recently took the stage at the Sundance Film Festival to premiere his upcoming documentary, Frame: The Michael J. Fox Film. fox. Although Apple will release the film this year, the Deadpool actor praised Fox’s efforts. Let’s see what Reynolds’ emotional message is.

Ryan Reynolds waxed nostalgic about the fact that Michael Fox’s film Still will be released soon.

In the movie “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” with David Letterman, the “Red Notice” actor talks about his relationship with his father. Although in his youth, the actor could not show his father that he loved him. However, he lost his father to Parkinson’s disease. “I lost my father to Parkinson’s disease,” the actor wrote on Twitter. Michael J. Fox, who was diagnosed with the same condition at age 29, starred in a documentary about his life and illness. While the film received a wide emotional response at the Sundance Film Festival, Reynolds also sent a message to the actor.

With nostalgia, the actor remembered his father. So he understands how painful it is to be in the state that Fox has been in for a long time. although Deadpool the actor is an idol to many, he credits Fox as his friend, role model and generational talent. While praising the Canadian actor, the Wrexham AFC owner also expressed his excitement about the upcoming documentary Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie.

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Of course, the future father of the fourth child cannot post anything out of the ordinary. Before ending his message, the actor paid tribute to the Fox movie “Horror Stories.” “Horror Stories is criminally underrated, by the way,” Reynolds wrote.

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