His forthcoming flick “Deadpool” isn’t slated to hit theaters until next year, but already Ryan Reynolds is in full-on promotion mode.
During yesterday’s April Fool’s Day holiday, the “Van Wilder” hunk appeared in a fake “Extra” segment during which Mario Lopez asked about a rumor that the movie will be PG-13 rather than the previously reported R rating. Ryan replied, “Yeah, but we’re working to keep the spirit of the comic book alive though.”
He knows the ins and outs of Tinseltown like the back of his hand, but that doesn’t mean Ryan Reynolds wants a similar fate for his daughter James.
In a new interview with “Today,” the “Proposal” hunk confesses that he and wife Blake Lively are a little neurotic about their progeny following in their footsteps. "You worry about really stupid stuff. And you sort of sit there and go, 'Oh gosh, is she gonna wanna do this?' I like to whisper in her ear, like, really normal everyday jobs. 'You're going to be a flight attendant… A barista. Just normal wonderful jobs. You can have a nice normal life.'"
During an appearance on the “Today” show, the “Van Wilder” actor joked, “It is Butternut Summersquash,” before sharing, “No, it’s out there! It’s out there. It’s James. Everyone knows and I told everyone who would listen that.”
He’s been investing his time at home with his wife Blake Lively and their newborn baby, so when Ryan Reynolds showed up at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 24) he had plenty to say about parenthood.
The “Van Wilder” hunk explained, “It’s amazing that you can be that exhausted and that happy at the same time,” also noting that he’s been helping with diaper duty and various other chores around the house.
He’s never afraid to take a chance on a role, and Ryan Reynolds gets a little nutty in his forthcoming film “The Voices.” The “Van Wilder” hunk is joined by Anna Kendrick, Gemma Arterton and Jacki Weaver in the flick, slated to hit theaters on February 6th.
Per the synopsis, “Jerry is that chipper guy clocking the nine-to-five at a bathtub factory, with the offbeat charm of anyone who could use a few friends. With the help of his court-appointed psychiatrist, he pursues his office crush.”