Published: Wed, November 08, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Made Fun of Blake Lively's Drastic Make-Under

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Made Fun of Blake Lively's Drastic Make-Under

The normally glamorous star was unrecognizable in disheveled layers and unflattering make-up while filming her new espionage film.

Blake, 30, is now in Ireland filming The Rhythm Section, and underwent a makeunder that would leave Serena van der Woodsen shaken to the core.

Blake and Ryan have been married for five years, and share daughters James, two, and Ines, one. In the film, Lively plays Stephanie Patrick, a spy (and the heroine of the film) who loses her family in an airplane crash and seeks revenge on those responsible.

From the looks of things, Lively is BEYOND committed to the role, undergoing a serious makeunder.

That's why our jaws were on the floor upon seeing her latest movie transformation.

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This photo was taken on the set of Lively's upcoming thriller, The Rhythm Section, which is based on the best-selling book series by Mark Burnell.

Considering the couple recently traded cheeky birthday posts-including Lively's homage to another Ryan (see: Gosling) entirely-it seems that this couple relies on laughter, and a bit of good-natured trolling, to fuel the flames of their love.

They are famously private when it comes to their personal lives and have been uncharacteristically quiet on social media so as not to tip fans off about their whereabouts during their time in Ireland.

Captioning the post, the Deadpool star opted for '#nofilter', pretending to claim that is what his 30-year-old wife looks like on the daily.

We're sure to be treated to some more hilarious posts as the filming continues.

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