Ryan Reynolds is being considered for the role of Simon in the Duran Duran biopic, according to Yasmin Le Bon.


In the Duran Duran biopic, Yasmin Le Bon wants Ryan Reynolds to play Simon.

Simon Le Bon is still a pop star in Yasmin’s eyes, despite the fact that they’ve been married for 36 years.

The stunning 57-year-old model gushed that her Wild Boy frontman spouse, 63, Ryan Reynolds, should play her in the upcoming film about Duran Duran’s incredible career.

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“Ryan Reynolds would be great as Simon,” Yasmin said when asked who should play the Girls On Film star in the biopic.

It comes after the band’s drummer, Roger Taylor, revealed the band was working on a biopic about their incredible career, saying: “It is being discussed, and we’ve had different scripts and ideas put forward.”

Yasmin is the quiet queen of the rocker spouses, having married singer Simon when Duran Duran were at the pinnacle of their fame in 1985.

The enamored singer had seen her on the cover of a glossy magazine and had tracked her down through her agent.

Yasmin had three daughters, Amber, Saffron, and Tallulah, who are now 32, 30 and 27 years old, while Simon was touring the world with the band and she was pursuing her successful modeling career.

But the couple is stronger than ever, as evidenced by their holding hands and whispering to each other at the Music Industry Trusts Awards in London last week.

The key to their happiness appears to be freedom and not shackling each other.

“You should do everything — don’t say no, take every opportunity and fit in as much as you can while you have the energy and while you’re young,” Yasmin said.

“Squeeze as much as you can into your schedule; you’ll have time to sleep later.”

“There are no regrets on our part.”

Yasmin is content in her marriage and, despite being tempted, does not feel compelled to renew her vows.

“We discussed it years ago, but I honestly don’t think I could be bothered to plan a party now,” she said.

It would be ad hoc, and we couldn’t be bothered.

“I think part of the reason we’re still together is that we had a shabby wedding to begin with.”

“If you think about it long and hard, you just don’t do it.”

Even as grandparents — Taro, their first grandson, was born in 2018, and Skye, their granddaughter, was born in 2019…

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