Blake Lively’s Unusual Deadpool Torture

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“For 14 hours, having your husband having mash potatoes eaten out of his butthole”

Out of context that is a very strange quote. But for Blake Lively this is a very unusual form of torutre, and something only the wife of Ryan Reynolds would have to endure on a flight surrounded by passengers watching the extremely raunchy Rated R Deadpool. In a recent interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Blake revealed just what it is like to be endure such a unique experience.

“It was the first day that we’ve missed together, so I was on a plane with my baby, James, and it’s kind of like it’s torture these days because I’m on a plane and everywhere I look, every screen is my husband in a sex montage…with another woman because everybody wants to watch Deadpool on the plane. Everyone!”

Of course this was all said in jest, in fact it seems their relationship is as strong as ever, when asked about what they did on Fathers Day Blake spoke about how difficult it can be to be together when they’re both so busy working;

“We’re really good about keeping our family together. We don’t work at the same time. It was the first day that we’ve missed together, so I was on a plane with my baby, James, and it’s kind of like it’s torture these days because I’m on a plane and everywhere I look, every screen is my husband in a sex montage throughout the holidays with another woman because everybody wants to watch Deadpool on the plane. Everyone!”

So while I can’t quite say it is a problem I can totally relate to personally, it is definitely a funny thought. I’m sure it is only going to get harder since Ryan Reynolds has confirmed Deadpool 2 is in his future.

Source: The Tonight Show

Tommy Terry-Green

Tommy Terry-Green

Tommy is a Staff Writer at Heroic Hollywood from London, UK. He also co-founded GEEKSPACE and writes for Generation Comics.

  • Maximillian Pegasus

    I think she should be thankful for it, she and Ryan weren’t as “big” as they used to be, and now with Deadpool, Ryan became the star he never was.