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admin   August 2nd, 2017

He is frequently pictured doting on his two little girls, James, two, and Ines, ten months.

And Ryan Reynolds once again gushed about parenthood as he described the experience as ‘the best thing that’s happened’ to him during a recent interview with Men’s Health magazine.

Speaking about his venture into fatherhood, Ryan enthused: ‘I don’t take a second of it for granted.’

Despite his successful acting career regularly seeing him fly across the world to shoot for lengthy periods of time, the 40-year-old star also admitted that his Hollywood career sometimes has its parenting perks.

‘I’m also really lucky: my work is intense for periods, but then I can also take time off, and a lot of people can’t.

‘So I’m grateful for that. I love watching my kids grow and evolve, and I hope that I get to do that for a huge amount of their lives. Until they kick me out.’

The Deadpool star also confessed that his need to buff up for acting roles has also benefited his energy as a father.

Asked how he manages to maintain fitness for roles in his forties, he confessed: ‘That’s a very high-class problem. I’d like to think I would try to stay in shape anyway.

‘With kids running around, you want to be able to do everything for them that you could’ve done when you were in your twenties. So I’d look as that as a gift.’

The interview comes shortly after Ryan’s wife Blake Lively candidly opened up about her other half – who she married in 2012 – to Glamour magazine.

The former Gossip Girl star, 29, explained that their friendship serves as the solid foundation in their romance, and has been vital in them overcoming conflict.

She enthused: ‘In other relationships, if something came up, I would call my girlfriends, or my sister, and say, “Hey, this is what he did – what should I do?”

‘Whereas with him, we were friends for two years before we were ever dating. And I treat him like my girlfriend.
‘I’m like, “Hey, this happened. It upset me. This is how I feel. What do I do?” And he does the same for me. He treats me like his best buddy.’

Source: Daily Mail

admin   August 2nd, 2017

Ryan Reynolds may be great at hunting down evil scientists in Deadpool, but you definitely don’t want this Marvel star anywhere near the stove.

In his exclusive interview for Men’s Health’s September cover story, Reynolds trashed his culinary skills, saying that if he were to cook he could very well start a “structure fire.”

“I am not innovative in the kitchen,” the Hitman’s Bodyguard star said. “The firemen will kick down our door, take my wife away, and give her a better life.”

It should come as no surprise, then, that when it comes to his go-to cheat day meal, Reynolds eats out at his favorite Manhattan pizza spot. “Is it really unhealthy if it makes you so happy? Patsy’s Pizza…There’s a Patsy’s Pizza up in Harlem that’s pretty much the best pizza…on the whole planet,” he said.

When it comes to working off the pizza weight, he says he doesn’t quite have the discipline of another certain ripped actor known for a superhero role.

“Hugh Jackman has a dedication to his craft that I’m afraid I don’t share,” Reynolds said about the so-called Wolverine diet, which reportedly included some 2 a.m. meals in order to achieve a 6,000 calories per day. “If I’m up at 2 in the morning, it’s because something has gone terribly wrong.”

He prefers to workout through online programs, telling the publication that his longtime trainer Don Saladino gives him programs the he can access online because of his “erratic” hours.”I don’t want to have to meet someone at 4 in the morning in a dark gym. I just want to go when I can go,” he said.

Reynolds also talked about his social media antics, which include hilariously fabricated claims about how he parents his children. (His wife Blake Lively recently told Glamour that she’s “so in love with him when he writes that stuff.”)

“I’ve certainly said things online where I’ve thought, oh boy, I’m fortunate that there’s some precedent for me acting like a jackass. If I were somebody like, Condoleeza Rice, it might be a bit different. But you have to set precedents at some point,” Reynolds said.

The jokester also revealed the greatest prank he ever pulled. “A friend of mine left town for a week – when he was gone, I painted his entire office puce…we painted everything in his entire office that color…the inside of his desk, every pencil, every pen, everything.”

And what celebrity would he like to be stranded on deserted island with? Reynolds says actor Stanley Tucci, who he calls “resourceful, funny, and…can cook.”

Source: People

admin   August 2nd, 2017

Follow his 7.5 tips to become a disruptor, a joker, and a flat-out great guy

We needed a new hero. Only a few people knew it. Others disagreed. The rest of us simply had no clue. The problem? “New” is risky. New is disruptive. New is. . .”New is great,” says Ryan Reynolds. “As long as it’s useful. If it’s not, it’s gone in a heartbeat.” Sort of like what happens to bad new movies. And what would’ve happened to Deadpool if that film hadn’t scratched a deeply unscratched itch.

In the land of superhero flicks, who knew that itch required Reynolds’s 2016 R-rated sex-gore comedy with authority issues? Reynolds kind of did. He spent 11 years trying to get Deadpool made. Aside from a persistent guy, does that make him an innovator? Perhaps. “We’re in an age of ultra-communication, scoops, leaks, all these things. We’re bees; we spread information instantly,” he says. “It’s increasingly harder to surprise an audience in any capacity.” Though his newest, The Hitman’s Bodyguard, offers smart twists.

Reynolds’s brand of innovation does have its set of laws. To wit: Innovate does not mean alienate. Pushing boundaries does not include causing pain. For a guy like him, that means inviting you to join him on the ledge.

Your Laws For Reinvention


“There’s an old saying on a film set, ‘If you can’t find the asshole, it’s you,’ ” says Reynolds. You never want to be that guy. “At work, I like everyone to be part of the process. That means if the caterer has a good idea, you want to hear it.” Be friendly. Be open. Be a catchall. And be sure to give credit to the person who first thought of the idea. No one likes a thought thief.


For Reynolds, serious is stale. Before shooting began on The Hitman’s Bodyguard with Samuel L. Jackson, the initial script felt flat. “It was so different by the time we went to camera, a tongue-in-cheek deconstruction of buddy-cop action movies,” Reynolds says. “And that all happened about three weeks before shooting.”


Reynolds has worked with trainer Don Saladino for eight years. “[Don] has programs that I can access online because when I’m shooting, my hours are so erratic. I don’t want to have to meet somebody at 4 in the morning in a dark gym. I just want to go when I can go.” When you plan your travels, plan your workouts as well.


“I am not innovative in the kitchen,” Reynolds says. “If I cook, you’ll have a structure fire. The firemen will kick down our door, take my wife away, and give her a better life.” If you know your limitations, accept them—especially if they could result in the incineration of personal property.


Reynolds eats “clean, whole foods” every two or three hours when he’s bulking for a role. But he stops short of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine diet, which reportedly involved 6,000 calories, some of which were eaten at 2 a.m. “Hugh Jackman has a dedication to his craft that I’m afraid I don’t share. If I’m up at 2 in the morning, it’s because something has gone terribly wrong.”


Speaking of Jackman, Reynolds maintains an ongoing “feud” with the Aussie. (Example: Jackman tweets a lovely photo with a group of Chinese fans; Reynolds replies, “Pretty sure those are protesters.”) “Busting balls is a great thing, but busting balls needs to work in stark contrast to that person’s character.”


Everyone and their grandma uses the same swear words, usually in the same context. Push yourself harder: “I love a good compound swear word,” Reynolds says. “‘This party’s shitty’ isn’t nearly as effective as ‘This party’s a total shit symphony.’ That gives it a little jushe.” This law is only half a law because, really, come on.


“I’ve certainly said things online where I’ve thought, oh boy. I’m fortunate that there’s some precedent for me acting like a jackass. If I were somebody like, I dunno, Condoleezza Rice, it might be a bit different.” Then he smiles. “But you have to set precedents at some point.”

How To Be a Caring, Loving, and Sometimes Mean Father on Twitter

“The Internet is so hostile, so many people have so many opinions, I have no problem sounding like a hot bag of ignorant shit if it’s going to make people laugh a little bit,” Reynolds says.

“That’s what Twitter’s for. 140 characters? That’s for jokes.”

“I take fatherhood seriously. I just don’t take the perception of it seriously.”

Source: Mens Health

admin   July 9th, 2015

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