Blake Lively Can't Fly Anywhere Without Catching Sight of Ryan Reynolds'Deadpool Sex Scenes: 'It's Kind of Torture'
"Everyone wants to watch Deadpool on a plane," Blake Lively lamented on The Tonight Show on Monday
Blake Lively spent Father’s Day watching her husband get intimate with another woman – and she’s handling it surprisingly well.
The actress joked during an appearance on The Tonight Show that she’s haunted by Ryan Reynolds‘ over-the-top sex scenes in Deadpool, revealing that she was forced to watch the onscreen moments during a recent flight with their daughter James.
“I was on a plane with my baby,” Lively, 28, told Jimmy Fallon of spending Father’s Day without Reynolds. “It’s kind of torture these days, because I’m on a plane and everywhere I look there’s my husband in a sex montage throughout the holidays with another woman – because everyone wants to watch Deadpool on a plane.”
She continued, “So for 14 hours having your husband have mashed potatoes eaten out of his butthole – because that’s in the film. It’s lonely, it’s a cruel and unusual form of torture.”
Even James, 18 months, (unfortunately) noticed her father’s small-screen presence: “My daughter goes ‘Dada’ and is hugging and kissing the screen and waving at him and doesn’t understand why he isn’t waving back. Because she thinks it’s like FaceTime. But she doesn’t understand Dada is getting it with the mashed potatoes.”
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Normally, however, Lively – who is pregnant with her and the actor’s second child – said the whole family is together for every special occasion, and noted that she and Reynolds make sure to schedule projects at different times. She told Fallon that last weekend’s holiday was the “first day” they’ve missed together.
Lively’s smarts were later put to the test in a game of “Know It All” against Fallon. The Shallows star revealed her Harry Potter fandom, pulling out supporting character names like Professor Umbridge to squash the host.
Unfortunately, Lively’s Spanish-language proficiency wasn’t as up to snuff – her best attempt at the dialect? “Burrito.”