Vancityreynolds strikes again. This weekend, Blake Lively was photographed on the set of her newest movie, The Rhythm Section, looking rather unlike her typically-glamorous self: with a shaggy haircut, barely-there makeup, and ill-fitting clothing.
The star’s social media-adoring husband, Ryan Reynolds, found the paparazzi shots somewhat-comical and expertly trolled his wife on Monday, November 6, as one does when you’re married to one of the most beautiful faces in the world. In fact, the Deadpool actor took to his Instagram, 15.1 million-plus followers included, and posted a pic of his wife from the Dublin set.
“#Nofilter,” he captioned the shot.
One to keep up with her husband’s sense of humor, Lively retorted with the perfect comment. “Only the best for SMA 2010,” she wrote on Reynolds’ post. (As recalled, the Proposal hunk was dubbed the “World’s Sexiest Man Alive” by People magazine in 2010.) Lively’s single sentence note has since warranted over 2,500 likes.
The latest is just an example of why the two are a refreshing departure from some of their Hollywood peers. In a recent Glamour cover story, Lively addressed her husband’s outrageous social media habits–well known to the couple’s fans. “He may as well work for the Enquirer,” Lively said. “When he says ‘my daughter,’ he’s never, ever talking about her. Everything is a completely made-up scenario. He’ll run them by me sometimes just to make me laugh. But oh, I’m so in love with him when he writes that stuff. I mean, I’m in love with him most of the time, but especially with that.”
As she currently films her latest movie, Reynolds is taking some time off–a commitment the two have made to each other with their respective careers. “We don’t work at the same time,” Lively previously said in the same interview. “I admire people who find that what fulfills them is their art or their work, but what fulfills both me and my husband is our family. Knowing that, everything else comes second. We’ve each given up stuff we loved in order to not work at the same time. I’m fortunate to be in a place now where I get to find the material—a book or script—early and develop it. I know ahead of time that I’m going to be working on this job at this time. And we can plan around it.”