Making ‘Deadpool’ terrified him – El Diario de Coahuila

Ryan Reynolds prepares to make the third part of “Deadpool” after premiering “Hard to care 2” and “Free Guy”.

However, he assures that the popularity and glamor of Hollywood is not something to which he has succumbed. “I am much more reserved than people think. It is true that I work in a very strange profession, where people have that strange perception that we have a very glamorous life, but I assure you that my life is a collection of successes and achievements, where I also learned a lot and I would not exchange any failure for any success.

“The biggest change in my life was moving to Hollywood from Canada. It was the biggest step I took in my life and my career. I was scared and terrified. He was also very young and unprepared, he was too silly and stupid ”.


Ryan Reynolds was part of Marvel, in 2004, with the character of Hannibal King, in the team of vampire hunters of “Blade: Trinity”. Then with the role of Wade Wilson / Weapon XI in Hugh Jackman’s version of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.” In 2011, he crossed over to the other side of the competition to star with DC Comics as the superhero “Green Lantern.”

Returning once more to Marvel, he revived the role of Wade Wilson to become the famous superhero antihero of “Deadpool,” a film that grossed more than $ 1.5 billion in the first two versions and is about to re-film a third. release next year.

“Making superheroes is crazy. With ‘Deadpool’ I was very nervous, almost terrified, but now I really enjoy it. “

“When fame came I learned to take everything in stride, because I had periods when I also needed to adjust and learn to control myself to always be respectful inside a movie studio. Instead of hearing ‘Ah, he did a good job’, I want to hear ‘I want to work with him again’. And I appreciate everything I have achieved so far. “


“Right now I’m going to be involved in the third part of ‘Deadpool’ and then maybe I’ll take a break. I’m already grown up. I am realizing that and maybe I will take some time to play the role of father that I love so much ”.

He assures that he has long and short term goals, but that he prefers to work little by little to achieve them.

Ryan was married to Scarlett Johansson and since 2012 he has married fellow actress Blake Lively, with whom he has three daughters: Betty, James and Inez.