The star opened up about his hilarious Twitter posts while sitting down with ET's Carly Steel at a press junket for his upcoming action comedy, The Hitman's Bodyguard, where he admitted that he'll occasionally read his tweets to his wife, Blake Lively, before posting.
In her interview with Glamour, in which she appears on the cover of the outlet's September issue, Lively says she thinks it's "nonsense" that people think her life is "perfect". So when you read, "Oh, she's got a flawless life, ' or 'Her life is crumbling" - they pick narratives for everyone. "And the narratives stick". The night before an interview, I have complete anxiety: How is this person going to spin me? We've all ogled over the photos of Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively on red carpets looking lovingly into each other's eyes, wishing it was us, but Lively says that narrative is something we project onto them. I want them to see both sides, because there is never just one side'. "I mean, I'm in love with him most of the time, but especially with that".
The Shallows actress also revealed the secrets to their relationship, crediting their friendship with keeping them on the straight and narrow when it comes to arguments between the couple.
Reynolds is good at making her laugh, but she loves him more when he writes about sweet things about their family. Lively explained that, for example, if Reynolds picks up a caterpillar, he'll ask, 'What's her name?' rather than, 'What's his name?'More news: US, China in heated tug of war over North Korea
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"With my husband, I'm lucky to have someone who is so conscious".
In an adorable shoutout to his wife, made as his star was unveiled, he said: "I want to thank my wife, Blake, who is sitting right there who is everything to me". It's belittling. And it doesn't encourage them to be a boss. In turn, she says Reynolds treats her "like his best buddy". "You've never heard a man called bossy,"' Lively told Glamour.
"I so appreciate the purity of my own childhood, and the idea that a child doesn't have the opportunity to be a child is devastating", Lively said. "I have to learn to stop being defensive".