What Is Ryan Reynold's Biggest Parenting Fear? 'Deadpool' Star Describes It's A Nightmare

By Amanda Moore, Parent Herald March 21, 04:00 am
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Ryan Reynolds has one biggest parenting fear. The "Deadpool" star, who is married to Blake Lively and has two children under 3-years-old, describes this fear as somewhat of a nightmare.

Reynolds, 40, told the hosts of "Good Morning America" that he doesn't like flying with two young kids. He imagined it is the same for most parents who have to travel by air with children. In fact, before he became a dad to James, 2, and Ines, nearly 6 months, he thought parents have the most difficult time with their kids inside an airplane.

"You can see they're sweating and they're nervous because their kids are yelling and everyone's mad at them," Reynolds described these parents, according to People. "I would rather drink a piping hot bowl of liquid rabies than get on a plane with my two children."

This isn't the first time Reynolds shared his humorous take on parenting. The actor's Twitter timeline is filled with his funny commentaries about being a dad, as per Marie Claire.


Despite his sarcastic take on parenting, the father pretty much has his kids as the center of his universe. He confesses he's sometimes driven by anxiety when he's away for work as he cannot wait to go home to be with his family. So, he always wants to rush and that makes him desperate and anxious, he told Entertainment Tonight.

These days, instead of being on a plane up in the air, Reynolds would rather spend time on the ground with his family and close friends, such as actor Jake Gyllenhaal. The two were reportedly doing the press rounds for their latest film "Life."

Reynolds said he and Gyllenhaal hang out a lot to cook and eat since they are neighbors. "My wife is very good at cooking and Jake might just be a little bit better," he said, as per E! Online.

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