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Being A Bad Boy Is Much More Fun: Actor Denzel Washington Spills the Beans On His Leading Role in “Safe House”

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Actors Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds, two of the leading stars in new movie “Safe House”  which is scheduled to come to a theater near you Februray 10th gives popular celebrity entertainment show ET the scoop on their new movie and how Denzel thinks being a “bad guy” has it’s perks.

Mr. Washington goes into detail about Reynolds accidentally giving him a black eye during one of the stunt scenes where he’s in handcuffs. I’m pretty sure Reynolds didn’t purposely give Denzel a black eye as he tells ET about his grandeur with his co-star’s acting skills.

So what makes Denzel enjoy the benefits of being a “bad guy”? He tells ET,"It's cliché to say, but bad guys have more fun," You can get away with more…In playing a real character who's heroic, you're kind of stuck. There's only so much you can get away with. But the bad guy can say anything."

Guess being a villain is not so bad after all!

For more on the interview with actors Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds, check ET’s website at http://www.etonline.com/movies/118555_Denzel_Washington_Bad_Guys_Have_More_Fun/index.html and watch the video of the interview.

Grab a friend and catch Safe House in theaters next Friday!

Hey Everyone, I’m Kamerin Chambers. I am currently a DePaul Student majoring in Public Relations and Advertising. I have over 10 years of writing experience which includes work as a columnist, previous editor at GirlSpeak webzine, play-writer, and creative writer. I previously interned at Terry Hines & Associates as their Digital Marketing/Social Media intern which sprang my passion for Digital Marketing through Social Media and copy writing. I am a member of PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) at DePaul and outside of academics, I love to enjoy life to the fullest.

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