Ryan Reynolds hit by a car in Vancouver, won’t talk to CBC about it unless they bring Beachcombers back

VANCOUVER — Ryan Reynolds might be a big city New York actor now, but the 38-year-old showed his West Coast cred Sunday when he issued a demand to restore The Beachcombers to the airwaves.

This was after an incident in the parking garage of his downtown hotel. Reynolds, who is in his Vancouver hometown to shoot the superhero film Deadpool, was reportedly hurt in an confrontation with a photographer.

Asked by CBC Vancouver how he was doing, the actor replied by social media message,“Put Beachcombers back on the air and I’ll call.”

“I knew I liked this guy,” said Vancouver-based actor Jackson Davies, who played RCMP Constable John Constable on the long-running series.