Deadpool is serving up answers.
Reynolds told PEOPLE, “That sounds like a challenge.”
The actor, 41, admitted to one fan that he and the superhero he plays in the Marvel films do have a bit in common.
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“As Deadpool being an alter ego, how much of yourself did you put in this character and what parts in Deadpool’s persona exist in you?” one fan inquired.
“I’d say we share a lot in common. Too much, in fact,” Reynolds joked. “I’d like Deadpool to leave my brain, but he refuses. He says there’s a ton of room in my skull for him to stretch out so he can relax and be alone with his thoughts all day.”
Fans also wanted to know how the Deadpool star felt about some of his earlier work.
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“Ryan,You’ve come a long way from “Two Guys,A Girl&A Pizza Place”! Do you have any fond memories of doing that show?” another Twitter user asked.
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Reynolds had nothing but kind words about the late ’90s sitcom, which also starred Traylor Howard, Richard Ruccolo, Suzanne Cryer and Nathan Fillion.
“Still one of the best jobs I’ve ever had,” the dad of daughters James, 3, and Inez, 19 months, replied. “I miss the cast, crew and live audience each week. It’s all been downhill since then.”
Deadpool 2 hits theaters Friday.