Blake Lively Epically Trolls Husband Ryan Reynolds… Again

Lawrence Kim
September 15, 2020

And the singer agrees.

"The story is timeless yet unique, the music would be exquisite, and it already has the flawless title", tweeted fan Joshua Brown.

"The Last Great American Dynasty would make an incredible movie". Bill was the heir to the Standard Oil Forture, meaning they were very wealthy.

Just recently, a fan took to Twitter and suggested that her Rhode Island mansion could be the flawless setting of an incredible movie inspired by the song, "The Last American Dynasty". The fan cast Lively as Rebekah, Reynolds as her husband Bill, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson as the feuding neighbor whose dog Rebekah "dyes key lime green".

Amazingly, the fan's tweet did not drown out and was noticed by Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

Ferguson retweeted the idea, saying that he's available for the project, tagging Swift, Lively, and Reynolds.

Swift, who is all too aware of her power we reckon, wrote back: "not trying to be The Loudest Woman This Town Has Ever Seen™ but".

"I never in a million years thought Taylor would reply. I named all the characters in this story after my friend's kids, and I hope you like it!" she wrote on Twitter when she introduced the song. "I can't wait till he wakes up", she wrote. Rebekah Harness, a Rhode Island socialite, was the previous owner of Taylor Swift's Watch Hill residence.

The couple has a long history of publicly trolling each other, but this time it was Lively's turn, taking aim at a two-part series of photos Reynolds uploaded to Instagram.

Taylor Swift is pictured at the "Cats" premiere on December 16, 2019 in New York City.

Ryan Reynolds has shared a series of photographs wife Blake Lively took of him while he was tested for coronavirus, joking that the swab was "quick and easy" but also "just deep enough to tickle your childhood memories". Their daughter James' voice can be heard on Swift's 2017 track "Gorgeous'". Meanwhile, Ferguson had a cameo in Swift's music video for "You Need to Calm Down".

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