AceShowbiz - Ryan Reynolds has no plan to add another baby into his family of four anytime soon. During an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", the "Deadpool" star was quizzed about his two young children, and was quick to offer a dose of his wittiness as he sarcastically joked that he is "hoping for a third soon."
When the audience started applauding his statement, the husband of Blake Lively quickly shook his head and mouthed, "No." He later explained to host Ellen DeGeneres the downside of being a parent. "It's hard. Like, you know, it's always a challenge. Two kids, is like, you know," he said. "I think of, like, blinking now is tiny little breaks all day.”
Despite his admittance on how exhausting raising kids could be, the 42-year-old actor couldn't help but agree with Ellen when she pointed out that he seemingly enjoys being a dad. "I love it. It's really kind of made me a better person,” he responded. Still, he didn’t forget to throw in a little joke, adding quietly, “I sort of miss being horrible.”
No matter how much he loves his daughters, the ex-husband of Scarlett Johansson confessed he couldn’t stand watching "Frozen" anymore than necessary. "I have seen 'Frozen' with my daughters so, so many times," he spilled in the chat. "People don't know this, a lot of parents don't know this, but if you play Frozen backwards, it's actually a shot for shot remake of 'The Exorcist'. So that would obviously enrage a lot of parents."
For that obvious reason, Ryan came out with "Once Upon a Deadpool". He told Ellen, "I get a lot of parents who come up to me and say, 'are they ever going to do a PG-13 version of Deadpool?' Because parents and adults, myself included, want content that they can watch with their kids. You know, so it's also entertaining for you. And that's what this version of Deadpool really is."
The self-proclaimed family-friendly "Once Upon a Deadpool" is set to play in theaters across the nation starting December 12 until Christmas Eve. $1 from each ticket sold will benefit "Fudge Cancer", a charity organization is originally named "F**k Cancer".