Ryan Reynolds: It's 'natural' to vary acting sterotypes
Ryan Reynolds has admitted he thinks it's "natural" to defy acting stereotypes and says he's unlikely to play a "traditional superhero" again
Ryan Reynolds thinks it's "natural" to defy acting stereotypes.
The 'Green Lantern' star has insisted he doesn't want to keep playing the same type of part again and again.
He said: "I punched that card a few times, and I feel comfortable saying I don't think I'm going to ever be playing like a traditional superhero again after 'Deadpool'.
"I mean, hopefully I get to make more 'Deadpool' films. I just feel like you have so many trips around with varying levels of success you let it go. That's just a natural thing."
The 38-year-old actor also teased more details about the superhero film.
He told Extra: "You're going to see everything you love about 'Deadpool', that's for sure.
"You're going to get your fourth wall breaking. You're going to get your merc with a mouth. You're going to get your scars, you're going to get everything, and you're going to get the greatest comic book to film adaptation to a suit you've ever seen in your life."
Meanwhile, Ryan recently joked that he fears his seven-month-old daughter James' first word will be rude.
Speaking of the little girl, who he has with wife Blake Lively, he said: "She's going to learn those words eventually anyway.
"If her first word is f**k, then I've done something wrong, but otherwise I think we're fine. I think we're OK."