EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Reynolds' 'Deadpool' Makeup Made His Baby Daughter Cry
By Elizabeth VanMetre
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Ryan Reynold's daughter is not a fan of his Deadpool costume.
ET chatted with the 39-year-old actor at Super Bowl 50 Radio Row in San Francisco on Friday, where he revealed that his wife, Blake Lively, is impressed by his turn as Wade Wilson. His 1-year-old daughter, James, however, didn't quite approve of her dad's superhero look.
"[Blake] was blown away by how much the suit was such a faithful adaption from comic book to screen... probably the most faithful adaptation that's ever been done," Reynolds said. "And my daughter would cry when she saw me in the scar makeup."
"It was hard. She would hear my voice, but she'd see this guy that looks like a fried testicle. That's tough for a kid," he continued.
While we can't blame James for being scared of her dad's almost unrecognizable big-screen makeover, Lively's comments are pretty impressive, seeing as she and Reynolds met on the set of yet another superhero flick, 2011's Green Lantern.
Even though Reynolds spent time in the Bay Area during the week, he wasn't planning on staying for Sunday's Super Bowl game, which is being held at the San Francisco 49ers home, Levi's Stadium. His reason has nothing to do with football -- and it will completely melt your heart.
"I’ve got a 1-year-old at home and a wife waiting for me, and I’m going to get out of here tomorrow before the zoo happens and watch on TV," he told ET. "It's hard explaining to your wife that you're hanging out at the Super Bowl when she's stuck at home with the baby: 'Yeah I’m just gonna stay for the game or maybe stay for an extra couple of days or nights.' No! You go home."
Reynolds has been on the road promoting Deadpool, and little James has consistently been on his mind. The new dad couldn't help but gush about his daughter on ITV's Good Morning Britain recently -- check out his sweet sentiments in the video below.