Right Kind of Wrong: Actor Ryan Kwanten Charms at Toronto Film Festival, New Romantic Comedy Film Premieres

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You know him best as that sexually charged heartthrob in HBO’s True Blood.

Yes, Ryan Kwanten – armed with his physique, sun-kissed hair, Aussie charm and Oakley sunglasses – is almost always cast in films, TV shows and other projects as that prototypical ladies man. A bad boy, if you will.

Well he’s at it again.

Taking the starring role in romantic comedy, The Right Kind of Wrong, Oakley’s star actor graced the grand premiere of the film at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival in September.

Going down at the spectacular stadium-style venue, Roy Thomson Hall in Downtown Toronto, the premiere was a super packed affair, with film aficionados, the cast, crew and associated companies in attendance to make for a truly world-class event.

And, as expected, Ryan shone.

Playing a dishwasher/author that falls in love with a bride on her wedding day (with another man), his injected humor and typically ‘rough around the edges’ persona had the festivalgoers giggling, swooning and crying by the end of the film’s screening. Laced with scenes typically associated with the actor (read: bedroom scenes with a good amount of ‘revealing), the piece definitely captured the admiration of the audience.

Fast forward to the end…with the film officially making its public debut, cast members, crew and VIP’s were ready to celebrate – and the Oakley family was there to help make it happen.

Hosting the official premiere after party with one of Canada’s most prominent film/entertainment companies, eOne, in support of Ryan’s work, Oakley’s Entertainment team was on hand to celebrate another great piece of work by the Australian heartthrob.

Sufficed to say, the evening was a fantastic showcase of Ryan’s talent, his love for Oakley and a great ‘couples film’ that’s sure to brighten up a movie night or two as it makes its way to homes across the globe.

The Right Kind of Wrong will hit theaters, starting in Canada, this month.