Randall Park assists John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds in teasing the 'IF' movie: Look here - 2 minutes read

Recently, John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds teased their next film "IF," enlisting Randall Park's assistance to discuss the subject.

Reynolds and Park portray Krasinski in the new teaser trailer, which was published to give fans a glimpse of the movie. This is a reference to a scene from "The Office," where Park's character played Jim Halpert, the character played by Krasinski, as a joke.

Park claims to be the "Quiet Place" actor in the latest video, even though Reynolds keeps telling him he's not Krasinski.

"You're not John Krasinski!" Reynolds emissions. "John Krasinski is much shorter and less Asian than you."

Park responds, "Uh, Ryan, I know it's been a while since we shot, but we spent like four months together, like 10-hour days."

Reynolds begins questioning Park about things like his marital status. Park responds, "Emily Blunt," to which Reynolds charges that he looked up the former "Office" star's biography on Wikipedia.

Park then discloses that a behind-the-scenes look at "IF" would be shown this weekend, on Sunday, along with a preview peek at the movie. To continue the joke about Krasinski being replaced, the footage even features Park in a director's chair.

Ryan Reynolds and Cailey Fleming play a couple who, as their former friends grow up, decide to help imaginary friends find new kids to be paired with. Krasinski wrote, directed, and stars in the movie.

Awkwafina, Matt Damon, Jon Stewart, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Meloni, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Maya Rudolph, Bobby Moynihan, Sebastian Maniscalco, Richard Jenkins, Fiona Shaw, and Louis Gossett Jr. are featured in the cast.

Along with Krasinski, Blunt's co-star from "The Office," Steve Carrell, provides the voice of Blue in the picture.

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