“Being thrown on cement was no longer hilarious”

Ryan Reynolds talks about not being able to stunt anymore
Ryan Reynolds jokes about being too old to do his own stunts (Pic Credit: Instagram/vancityreynolds)

Ryan Reynolds jokes that at his age he is getting too old to do stunts. The actor may now be leaning towards a stunt double. Reynolds is known for his roles in comedy and action films like Free Guy and Red Notice. He is known for his Deadpool, which has some agile and quick moves in his hands.

Ryan also recently gave an update on the third part of his superhero movie. While promoting his upcoming movie, The Adam Project, Reynolds said Deadpool 3 is coming, while also talking about the physicality of things in his movies.

Speaking to Variety, Ryan Reynolds said, “I think it’s important to do as much as possible” [the stunt work] yourself if you can, but I step aside if there’s anything that’s just too spicy, and there’s a trained professional ready to go. He then said jokingly, “You shouldn’t eat Advil like breakfast cereal.”

“Things are starting to hurt. After I turned 35, being thrown on cement wasn’t hilarious anymore. It was upgraded to hell,” Ryan Reynolds added. The Green Lantern actor has a history of doing incredible stunts in many of his movies. He has also suffered a few injuries from doing his own stunts, the most serious being a broken vertebrae in his neck.

The actor has been making quite a stir lately for many reasons, one of which includes the Deadpool rumors in Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Many people speculate that Ryan will make a cameo in it.

Recently, however, he crushed all those rumors and said that he is not in the movie. Even though Ryan Reynolds has denied being in the Benedict Cumberbatch starrer, fans can watch the actor in action in Deadpool 3.

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