Rising Canadian star Ryan Reynolds is going to please audience in the romantic comedy "TMI," entertainment industry press reported Tuesday.
Reynolds, whose recent films include the box office hits "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and "The Proposal," will star opposite "Scary Movie" actress Anna Faris in the Universal Pictures film.
The film's title is an acronym for "too much information," and follows the fortunes of a couple who learn that while honesty is the best policy in their relationship, full disclosure might not be.
No possible release date for "TMI" was revealed. It will be the second time that Vancouver-born Reynolds, 33, and Faris have teamed up on screen following their successful 2005 comedy "Just Friends," according to AFP' report.
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