Ryan Reynolds discusses everything from being a dad to his “feud” with Hugh Jackman as he appears on Tuesday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
The 42-year-old, who shares daughters James, 3, and 2-year-old Inez with Lively, 31, gets asked about parenthood, with Reynolds joking of his youngest child: “That happened from sex, FYI.”
DeGeneres, 60, then asks: “So you’ve only had sex the twice?” to which the actor replies, “Just the two times, yeah.
“Hoping for a third soon. They say you want to do 10,000 hours of anything you want to be an expert at.”
Reynolds goes on to say of being a dad: “I love it, it’s really kind of made me a better person I think. I miss being horrible.
“It’s hard, almost a challenge [with] two kids. Blinking now is like tiny little breaks all day. It’s a dream, they’re like my buddies I love it.”
The Canadian star’s chat also sees him talk about releasing a PG-13 version of “Deadpool 2”, as well as trying to convince Hugh Jackman to take a step back from his “kick ball change” and return to the mayhem with a “Deadpool” and “Wolverine” crossover film.