Ryan Reynolds will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day watching a movie at home and drinking gin-infused beverages--green ones, of course.
The beloved Vancouver funnyman took to Twitter Wednesday (March 17) morning to share an image of his lucky concoction, which features an ounce and a half of his famous Aviation Gin.
Other ingredients in the emerald cocktail include one ounce of Apple Pucker, a half-ounce of lemon juice, and then a little bit of ginger ale to top off the merry drink.
Reynolds also writes that he'll be doing something he's "never done" before: watching the Green Lantern. The funnyman starred in the feature flick back in 2011 but chose today to watch the action/adventure film.
The fact that today is all about the colour green didn't hurt his decision-making process, either.
B.C.'s top doctor urges people to follow COVID-19 rules on St. Patrick's Day
B.C.'s top doctor is reminding the public to follow COVID-19 rules during St. Patrick's Day celebrations, while the province has again extended its ongoing state of emergency in response to the pandemic.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says in a statement that last call for alcohol sales at restaurants, pubs and liquor stores will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
here are 4,999 active COVID-19 cases in B.C. with 556 new diagnoses, including 470 in the Fraser and Vancouver Coastal health regions.
B.C. has confirmed 116 new cases of COVID-19 variants of concern in the last day for a total of 996, of which 130 remain active.
Ryan Reynolds joins David Beckham and Diddy to make drink that tastes like 'a** feet' (VIDEO)
In February, Aviation Gin owner Reynolds, DeLeón Tequila owner Sean Combs and David Beckham of HaigWhisky came together to combine their three spirits with the “natural ingredients from Tampa Bay and Kansas City for a cocktail everyone can agree on while watching the Big Game."
In other words, it's a pretty nasty concoction (those spirits just do not belong together).
However, the foul-tasting beverage provides comic relief in a new video marking a sizeable $1 million donation to mixologists around the world.
With files from the Canadian Press.