Ryan Talking About His Daughters on Ellen
Everyone says that becoming a parent changes you, but for Ryan Reynolds, he actually misses "being horrible." Ha! On Tuesday, the father of two sat down on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he opened up about fatherhood, Christmastime in his home, and the domination of Frozen. "I love it," he said about being a dad. "It's really made me a better person. . . It's hard, it's always a challenge with two kids. I think of blinking now as tiny little breaks all day."
But despite his and Blake Lively's two daughters "being a dream," Ryan confessed that 4-year-old James and 2-year-old Inez's obsession with Frozen is getting out of hand. "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, that would obviously enrage a lot of parents," he joked.
What wouldn't anger parents, however, is Ryan's upcoming PG-13 version of Deadpool, in theaters Dec. 12. "Parents and adults, myself included, want content that they can watch with their kids, so it's also entertaining for you. And that's what this version of Deadpool really is." Ahead, find Ryan's segment on Ellen and some adorable family photos with Blake and their daughters.