Ryan Reynolds Reveals Age Is a Factor in ‘Deadpool 3’ Stunts

The 45-year-old actor felt that “being thrown on concrete wasn’t hilarious anymore” since he got older.

We still don’t know if Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool will appear in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” but it’s certain that whatever Reynolds steps on has to have one thing: painkillers.

The 45-year-old actor told Variety that his ability to do superhero and action star stunts has diminished over the past decade. “After turning 35, being thrown on cement wasn’t hilarious anymore: it was hell,” Reynolds said. “You are not allowed to eat Advil like cereal. Things are starting to hurt.

Although Reynolds likes “the physique in the movies”, he could hand over the reins to professional stuntmen in the future.

“I think it’s important to do as much as you can yourself, but I’ll step aside when there’s something too gnarly and there’s a trained professional ready to go,” Reynolds added.

The third “Deadpool” movie is “coming,” according to Reynolds, but fans are confident the MCU will pull a surprise “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and cast Reynolds alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in the “Doctor Strange” multiverse. bending sequence.

“I am really do not in the movie,” Reynolds said. “I promise I’m not in the movie.”

The ‘Free Guy’ star will, however, be throwing his hat in the ring to join one of the many upcoming ‘Star Wars’ spin-offs.

“It would be really hard to say no, but honestly – I’m not making this up – it’s not something I’ve ever thought of,” Reynolds said.

For any project, like new sci-fi film ‘The Adam Project’, Reynolds added that a screenplay must have a ‘Mary Pickford model’ of storytelling, ‘that makes them laugh, makes them cry and then brings them back to laughter . If you can do that, you’ve done something worth watching.

As for “Deadpool 3,” sisters Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin were tapped to write the script in 2020, and stars Zazie Beetz and Josh Brolin have expressed interest in reprising their respective roles.

Brolin said in the summer of 2019 that he was lobbying Disney for a production schedule.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen,” Brolin said. “I called them, like, ‘What’s up with Cable, man?’ Seriously, 100% serious. They’re figuring it out. It’s a big world now, it’s just gotten much, much bigger. So who knows.

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