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Photo: Burt Reynolds And Ariel Winters Receive Custom Tennessee Jerseys During Knoxville Movie Shoot

Dog Years, an upcoming film starring Hollywood legend (and former college football player) Burt Reynolds and Modern Family‘s Ariel Winter, is shooting in Knoxville this month, including a scene at Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium. At the end of their first week of shooting, Reynolds and Winter received custom Tennessee Vols jerseys. Reynolds went for the No. 22, the same number he...
Via College Spun
June 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Photo: Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter Visited Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium For Movie Shoot

If Tennessee football lives up to expectations this year, we’ll see plenty of Neyland Stadium on our televisions. But what about the silver screen? Based on a photo posted to Twitter by Modern Family star Ariel Winter, that is coming as well. Winter is starring in an upcoming film called Dog Years with Hollywood legend (and former Florida State football player) Burt Reynolds...
Via College Spun
June 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Trans Am Bandit is back and better than ever, and Burt Reynolds is behind it

Think we found the perfect car to replace that Dodge Challenger Sterling Archer loved so much.The Firebird Trans Am is back, with a limited Bandit edition of the car made famous by the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies, all 77 signed by the star himself, Burt Reynolds.While Pontiac, which produced the Trans Am from 1967 to 2002, ceased production in 2009, the company Trans Am Depot...
Via FOX Sports
March 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Burt Reynolds' Trans Am sells for $172K

Burt Reynolds saw the last of his collection roll across the block at the Carlisle Auctions in Carlisle, Pennsylvania on Friday. Reynolds’ restored 1977 Pontiac Trans Am sold for a handsome sum of $172K ($181,900 with fees), despite Reynolds having only owned the “tribute car” for a year. In contrast, a promotional car he’d owned since the making of “Smokey and the Bandit...
Via FOX Sports
April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Burt Reynolds' Trans Am collects $450K at auction

A black Pontiac Trans Am owned by Burt Reynolds sold for $450K at Julien’s Auctions this week. The car was given to Reynolds as a promotional vehicle for the 1977 comedy “Smokey and the Bandit.” Reynolds sold various memorabilia of his at the Las Vegas auction, which bought in $2.5 million from Dec. 11-12. The Trans Am was his highest-selling item of the auction, and had only...
Via FOX Sports
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Burt Reynolds Planting the Spear For Florida State at Midfield

I know the next season of Archer is probably done and ready to be aired, but it would be freaking awesome if FX could/would go back to the studio or wherever they make the show just so we can hear Archer go nuts over Burt Reynolds planting the Florida State spear prior to the Boston College game.We are talking Burt Freaking Reynolds here!@CollegeGameDayRead more »
Via FatManWriting
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Burt Reynolds Plants Spear Before FSU-Boston College Game

There are things Seminole fans and alumni hold sacred…one of them is famed actor Burt Reynolds. Reynolds spent time playing football at FSU, where he was a roommate of another sacred ‘Nole, Lee Corso. Reynolds has been an outspoken supporter of the school and it’s athletic teams, which includes big donations. Saturday, Reynolds had the […]
Via Gamedayr
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Florida State Alumnus Burt Reynolds Planted The Spear Before Today’s Game

Acclaimed actor Burt Reynolds is a former Florida State halfback, and even roomed with ESPN’s Lee Corso while in college. Today, the Longest Yard and Boogie Nights star returned to campus to plant the spear ahead of the Seminoles’ game against Boston College on Senior Day. Burt Reynolds plants the spear! #FSUGameday pic.twitter.com/ENLq1ec7cO — FSU Football (@FSU_Football...
Via College Spun
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Actor Burt Reynolds Will Plant The Spear At Florida State When The Seminoles Play Boston College On Nov. 22

One of the most famous people to ever play football at Florida State only played in four career games. Actor Burt Reynolds attended the school on a football scholarship and was roommates with ESPN analyst Lee Corso, but suffered an injury that led to him ending his football career. On Nov. 22, the Academy Award nominee will make his return to Doak Campbell Stadium to plant the spear...
Via College Spun
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Burt Reynolds, not that one, part of Mariners camp

(Eds: Adds details, quotes.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer He knows the question is coming because at some point it has to be asked. ''The name?'' Burt Reynolds asks. Yes, the name. It has to be asked. Because thus far, there is little known about Burt Reynolds the baseball player, who finds himself part of the Seattle Mariners spring training camp. He's spent the last three seasons...
Via Associated Press
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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