Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively had sex 'just two times' and he is 'hoping for a third soon'
In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Reynolds opened about what its like being a father to two daughters and how much he cherishes fatherhood
Ryan Reynolds just cannot stop being hilarious! His latest appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' left the audience in splits when he jokingly discussed his sex life while talking about the possibility of having a third child.
Reynolds has two daughters James, 4, and Inez, 2, with wife Blake Lively. When Ellen asked about his youngest child, Reynold's retort was, “That happened from sex, FYI." "So you’ve only had sex the twice?” DeGeneres asked. His response after this was what left everyone laughing, “Just the two times, yeah,” he replied. “It’s a mercenary job, it’s just clinical. Hoping for a third soon.”
The audience happily began to cheer assuming that Reynolds was going to have a third kid, he quickly shook his head and said "No! They say you need to do 10,000 hours of anything you want to be an expert at,” he added, laughing.
Reynolds also spoke about how much he enjoys being a father. “It’s kind of made me a better person, I think,” he told DeGeneres. “I sort of miss being horrible,” he added in true Ryan Reynolds style. He continued, "That doesn’t mean being a dad comes without difficulties. It’s hard. It’s always a challenge with two kids,” Reynolds said, joking, “I think of blinking now like tiny little breaks. He concluded with “But it’s a dream. They’re the best. They’re my buddies. I love it.”
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Reynolds also told Ellen how he's absolutely tired of watching the film 'Frozen'. "I have seen Frozen with my daughters so, so many times and people don't know this, but if you play Frozen backwards it's actually a shot for shot remake of The Exorcist."
The 'Deadpool' star also spoke about his unique relationship with co-star Hugh Jackman. When Ellen asked him if Hugh would ever consider featuring in a Deadpool movie, he said, "I would love him too. I would love to do a Deadpool, Wolverine mashup at some point, some kind of Logan thing. I don't know. He's on this kick ball change right now. I can't seem to bring him back. I can't seem to bring him back to the violence and mayhem. I'm trying. I talk to him every other day. Every other, other day he takes the call. But yeah, no, it's not really a rivalry. It's war."
Jackman was recently asked during an interview to give a definitive answer on whether he would be returning to play his iconic character of 'Wolverine' to which Hugh said that 'Logan' was the final time he'd play the character. "When I saw Deadpool, I was like, 'Wow, that's cool'. It's just a matter of time," Jackman began. "It's a bit like you're at the greatest party you've ever been at, you've been dancing for an hour and a half, and then you're just like 'It's time, ok. If I stay any longer, it's gonna get ugly.' It's like, it's time."