- Ryan Reynolds recently shared a video to take on a TikTok singing challenge.
- Reynolds was showcasing his vocal range while singing Mika’s 2009 hit song “Grace Kelly,” when Will Ferrell appeared and joined the singing with a hilariously high falsetto.
- The actors are currently preparing for their upcoming holiday movie musical, Spirited, a modern retelling of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell showcased their vocal range for a TikTok singing challenge, and perhaps as promotion for their upcoming holiday movie musical, Spirited.
Reynolds, 44, shared the video on Instagram on Monday. He captioned it, “Late to the Grace Kelly Tik Tok trend but WAY early for our Christmas movie musical,” hinting at their joint project.
The video shows him singing Mika’s 2009 hit song “Grace Kelly,” repeating the chorus as he changes up the pitch each time.
Ferrell, 55, then appears and joins the singing, but with a hilariously high falsetto. Reynolds appears confused before he decides to continue singing and the two harmonize wonderfully.
Several people, including celebrated singers, enjoyed the duet and called for more duets and even an album together.
The duo’s upcoming holiday movie musical, Spirited, is a modern retelling of Charles Dickens‘ 1843 classic novel A Christmas Carol. Reynolds’ role would be a version of Ebenezer Scrooge while Ferrell will portray a version of the Ghost of Christmas Present. Spencer and Sunita Mani will also star in the musical.
Reynolds talked a bit about the AppleTV+ project over the summer on Twitter when they started filming. There is no release date yet, however.
He wrote, “Day 1 shooting with one of my comedy idols, Will Ferrell.” He then joked, “You’d barely notice this was an @Apple movie! Also iOS 14.6 will begin installing in 7 seconds … “
Reynolds and Ferrell had both starred in holiday films before. Reynolds even recently recreated a scene from the 2005 Christmas romantic comedy Just Friends which he starred on. Ferrell, meanwhile, played the titular character in the 2003 classic Elf.