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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's Middle Daughter Inherits Parents' Humor

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively’s Middle Daughter Inherits Parents’ Humor

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are known for being one of Hollywood’s most beloved and playful couples, frequently roasting each other whenever the opportunity presents itself.

Ryan, 47, and Blake, 36, started dating in 2011 after meeting on the set of The Green Lantern the previous year. They got married in 2012 and have since welcomed four children into their family.

It appears that their children are inheriting their parents’ sense of humor. This was evident in Ryan’s recent interview promoting the upcoming film, Deadpool & Wolverine.

The third installment in the Deadpool franchise, and its first as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Disney acquired the IP from Fox, sees Ryan reunited with his close friend Hugh Jackman.

During a conversation with Variety, alongside Hugh and director Shawn Levy, Ryan mentioned that the months of filming and training had seemingly taken a toll on one of his daughters.

Ryan and Blake are the parents of daughters James, nine, Inez, seven, Betty, four, and a fourth child, born in early 2023, whose name and gender have not yet been revealed.

Asked about the fitness required to play Deadpool, Ryan responded, “It’s not so much about the aesthetic, though I have to fill out the suit. But you want people to see that you’re putting in the work. It makes me feel like I earned it.”

Hugh agreed that the physical effort can be demanding, to which Ryan added, “People make too much of the physical transformation. It places a weird expectation on actors. But that was remarkable—you started looking like Tommy Tune. You packed on an entire other Hugh.”

Ryan admitted that the intense work could sometimes spill over into his personal life, bringing out his kids’ sassiness. “I have an intense relationship with Deadpool. My middle daughter said, ‘Daddy, when can you stop Deadpooling?’ I was like, ‘Soon, baby. I promise.'”

Hugh then quipped, “You do have to stop wearing that mask in the house,” which Shawn also joked was “weird.” Ryan responded with a classic jab at his wife, saying, “It is weird. Listen, Blake insists, so I just do it.”

The group also touched upon the fact that Deadpool & Wolverine, hitting theaters on July 26, will be the first R-rated Marvel movie. This notion gave Hugh a brief pause. “It’s obviously R-rated, and I don’t want to get in trouble by encouraging…”

“I do,” Ryan quickly interjected, making another nod to his kids. “So many kids have seen Deadpool and Deadpool 2. My own kids have seen it. And they came damaged.”

Ryan further explained, “But it’s never rated R just to be rated R. A lot of it is just the character. The character is very crass. His brain is like a half-eaten omelet inside the skull of a 7-year-old.”

Source: Variety