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New movie: ‘BFF Bride’

by Yasmin/August 20, 2018/No Comments

Ryan is currently in Toronto filming a new movie, ‘BFF Bride’. Soaps.com reports:

 Young and the Restless star Kelly Kruger (Mackenzie Browning) along with General Hospital alum Ryan Paevey (Nathan West) will star in the made for television film BFF BrideBFF Bride is being directed by actor/director Andrew Cymek (The Dark Rising series) and was written by Patrick McBrearty (A Very Country Christmas). It also stars Jocelyn Hudon (Christmas Wedding Planner) as Jessica and Melissa Strong (The Millionaire Matchmaker) as Lauren. It has a tentative release date of February 2019, just in time for the Valentine’s Day movie season. There is no information on the plot, though a book of the same name by author Allison Leigh is part of the popular romance novel series Return to the Double-C Ranch. The book is about childhood friends Tabby Taggart and Justin Clay whose childhood kiss on the playground resulted in a broken nose. After a misguided night of passion as young adults ruined their friendship, Justin left town, only to return four years later resulting in tension, romance and perhaps a wedding between the two.

As stated, it’s still unclear whether the movie is based on the book or not. Follow us on Twitter at @RyanPaeveyNet for steady updates!

EDIT: Allison Leigh, the author of the book titled ‘BFF Bride’, says as far as she knows, the movie is not based on her book. The plot of the movie still unknown.

Ryan sent us this video to thank all his fans for their support after he decided to leave General Hospital, and to announce his new Hallmark movie, “Marrying Mr. Darcy”!

 

 

‘Marrying Mr. Darcy’, the sequel to Ryan’s first Hallmark movie, is officially set to premiere on June 2nd, as part of Hallmark’s “June Weddings”.

Ryan has booked an episode of the FOX comedy ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and start shooting next week. No airdate yet, but I’ll keep you posted. For rapid updates, big and small, follow us on twitter at @RyanPaeveyNet!

After leaving General Hospital, Ryan is set to reprise his role as Donovan Darcy. His first Hallmark movie, ‘Unleashing Mr. Darcy’ is getting a sequel, according to My San Antonio News and Ryan himself on Twitter.

 

Ryan leaves ‘General Hospital’

by Yasmin/January 30, 2018/No Comments

Ryan has officially left ‘General Hospital’, the show he has called home for 4 years. He worked his last day January 18, and his last episode is expected to air one of these days.

Ryan talked to Soap Hub about his decision:

The actor says it was always his plan to stay for four years and then move on.

“My contract came up,” Paevey explains. “There are other avenues I want to explore. It’s an amicable parting. Our time together has run its course.”

He’s exiting Port Charles with nothing but gratitude. “I will forever be grateful for my time at GH, what it brought into my life, and what it taught me. It has opened my eyes to a whole new world.”

Paevey says he’s especially grateful to Frank Valentini, executive producer, and Mark Teschner, casting director, for “seeing something in me. Once I was on board, Kirsten [Storms, Maxie] was great in buoying me. Finola [Hughes, Anna] really took me under her wing and helped me learn the fundamentals.

“GH was my very first acting credit ever,” he continues. “It was my first time on a set. I had my own dressing room and I knew the security people. I had my own parking space! I got a taste of the life and worked with creative people daily.”

The actor’s decision to leave, he says, is part leap of faith given he doesn’t have much lined up outside of a sequel to his Hallmark movie Unleashing Mr. Darcy.

“I’m going out into the wild blue yonder,” he says, “I have to try.”

The actor’s been taking stage combat classes the last few years and says his dream role would be to play a Marvel superhero. He realizes anything is possible — including a return to GH.

“Michael Easton was Silas Clay when I first came on the show. Now, he’s Dr. Hamilton Finn. I’ve seen people come back!”

The actor wants to thank his fans for “supporting a newcomer like myself, who had a learning curve [ahead of him].”

A chuckling Paevey adds, “Not that I’m claiming any mastery now! I came into a world where I had no experience. There was such an outpouring of support from the fans. I don’t know that I’d be able to have done this without some semblance of support.”

Paevey takes with him many skills. “I’m comfortable on a set and with cameras. I know how to take direction. I know what ‘downstage’ is.”

Now that he’s wrapped, the actor has no intention of taking a vacation, but instead he wants to be ready for new opportunities. “I want to hit the ground running.”

“Harvest Love”

by Yasmin/July 26, 2017/No Comments

Ryan left for Vancouver Tuesday to film a new Hallmark movie titled “Harvest Love”. His co-star is Jen Lilley, who previously played Maxie on General Hospital for a year, though it was before Ryan came on the show.

The movie is a romantic comedy about Luna Gilson (Jen Lilley), a widowed mother and busy surgeon, who visit’s her grandfather’s farm in hopes of reconnecting with her son, Andy. Upon relocating herself and her son to the town, she meets the farm manager, Will Nash (Ryan Paevey), who is growing a new hybrid of pear. She begins to connect with people in town when she unexpectedly treats them for minor medical problems. She also finds a connection with Will, who teaches her the importance of her heritage.

“Harvest Love” will premiere during Hallmark Channel’s annual “Fall Harvest” programming event. It’s directed by Christie Will Wolf with screenplay by Judith Berg and Sandra Berg.

Synopsis of “The Storm”

by Yasmin/January 27, 2017/No Comments

Ryan is currently in Louisville, Kentucky filming a movie for about three weeks. All we know so far is it’s an indie film with intention for a sale to theatres. We also have the plot summary per IMDb:

“In the midst of Texas storm season, a cold-blooded criminal comes after the small town sheriff who sent him to prison a decade earlier. The criminal mortally wounds the sheriff leaving only an inexperienced deputy to protect the locals who are caught in the crossfire after a tornado rips through the town, cutting it from the outside world.”

Ryan has said he plays “a villain” in this movie.

The movie also stars Josie Davis and Kaleigh Rivera.

It’s cold outside… #fortunatewanderer #thestorm #lifeofadventure

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