Ryan said he was a jealous guy, but trusted Reese completely: "I trust her to make the right decisions about who's around our children. I would think she does."Ryan later added: "We're real supportive of each other. We have to be friends."Seizing on Ryan's admission of jealousy, Howard demanded he name "the one guy that made him mental."Ryan thought for a bit, finally bursting: "When she did this movie 'Sweet Home Alabama'...[Josh Lucas] went on like 'Entertainment Tonight' saying that when he first saw her in a movie he said, 'I'm gonna marry that girl one day.' Basically it was telling the world that he was in love with my wife!
It was shitty."Howard wondered if Lucas ever made a move, and Ryan shrugged: "How would I know? "Howard asked if Ryan's jealousy extended to Reese's career, but Ryan was emphatic: "I was never jealous. And, you know, Beth ain't gonna go for that."On his way out, Ryan admitted that he'd been a victim of a Hollywood 'casting couch': "It happened once early on in my career."Ryan said things got awkward fast: "He wanted me to come over to his house for a rehearsal.
Back in 2002, romantics swooned over Reese Witherspoon and Josh Lucas in the much-loved movie “Sweet Home Alabama.” And now, more than 15 years later, these fans are still swooning over the idea that these two just might find themselves together again on the silver screen.“I would do it in a second,” Lucas said on Tuesday (July 17) during an interview on “The Talk.” “I think it would be so fascinating and obviously I don’t know where it would go, but I think it would be so fascinating to see where these two characters and the children and where everyone ended up. My first ever Tb T with @reesewitherspoon from our last day of shooting #sweethomealabama in NYC many moons ago.
Well, that remains to be seen, especially since Witherspoon recently signed up to film the sequel to one of her other popular movies – “Legally Blonde.” But from the sounds of it, Lucas would definitely be all in.“I mean, the fact that they were together from when they were children, I would love to see what’s going on 20 years later,” he said.
Melanie's set to marry Patrick Dempsey's character, wealthy and dashing New Yorker Andrew Hennings. I mean, there’s so many different ideas that I think, you know, we all know life is long and complex and they had an interesting relationship to begin with, the two characters., even admitted he had broached the follow-up idea with his former co-star Reese Witherspoon.
She returns home to her small town of Pigeon Creek and (surprise! “I’ve even reached out to Reese, and I know Reese has said as well — it’s one of those, it's an iconic film," Lucas revealed to .
You’d be forgiven for believing that Hollywood was no longer capable of making original movies, given that cinema screens are being littered with sequels, prequels and remakes at the moment. We are not making a sequel that I know of, but if Disney wants to call me, I would happily make a Sweet Home Alabama 2’ she admitted during a Facebook Live. The 40-year-old has openly admitted in the past that she would love to get to work on a third Legally Blonde.
But just as she was on the verge of marrying a loaded NYC businessman (Dempsey), she ended up falling in love with her childhood sweetheart again (Lucas).
‘I got to wear all the amazing costumes, and I got to work with a dog every day.
You bet your sweetest jam that now there's a hopeful sliver of possibility, thanks to Josh Lucas' latest comments.
Reese starred as Melanie Carmichael in the 2002 film about a girl who left Alabama and tried to escape her past to head to the bright lights of New York City.
‘A lot of people have asked me if we’re going to make another Legally Blonde, and we’re thinking about it,’ she revealed.