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No Rush To The Altar
LOS ANGELES - Although they announced their engagement in June, actor Ryan Reynolds says there's no rush to head to the altar with singer Alanis Morissette.
"We don't have a date set yet, but we're going to do it just as soon as we both have some free time," says Reynolds, who's known for his heartbreaker role in "National Lampoon's Van Wilder," and whose fiancee is famous for her tortured songs about wrecked relationships.
"I've really matured with her, I'm so much more of a better person," Reynolds told Zap2it.com Friday in a private interview.
"And the press seems more interested in when it's going to happen than our families. Sure, our families are asking, but the press asks more."
Reynolds flew over the weekend to Texas to promote his upcoming vampire action film "Blade: Trinity" with his co-star Jessica Biel and director David Goyer. The film also stars Wesley Snipes, reprising his role as the reluctant vampire, Blade, and Parker Posey as a vampire who bites Reynolds.
Meanwhile, Reynolds has just wrapped a remake of "The Amityville Horror," in which he plays a stepfather to three children who goes a bit crazy after mysterious things happen in their new house.
Reynolds said that his first role as a young father didn't prepare him for starting a family with Morissette.
"No, George Lutz (from "Amityville") isn't the kind of dad I'd want to be, no way," said Reynolds, laughing. "But he starts off as the perfect guy and husband."