It's hard to believe Ryan Reynolds could do anything wrong but when it comes to his secret talent, his wife Blake Lively is not a fan. The Deadpool actor revealed that he can do the perfect trailer voice over and uses it at home, much to the dismay of his wife.
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"You did the voice overs for some of the trailers," Graham said to Ryan. "Yeah I did. I love that stuff, I do all the time. It drives my wife nuts," he revealed.
Ryan revealed his secret talent
"You know, it's that voice...In a world divided by fear, one man must stand alone. Will Smith, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Toby Jones in Graham Norton's Pants, rated R," he said in his best movie trailer impersonation, while the crowd and fellow guests roared with laughter.
"That was really good," Will Smith said. "I wanna see that movie," he joked and although it made everyone on the show laugh, this comical impression is something his beau does not find as funny.
The Canadian actor even predicted his 14-month-old daughter James would be embarrassed if he ever attempted to show it off at one of her school events in the future.
Blake and Ryan enjoyed date night on Monday
"The fun parent thinks they're the fun parent. It's the child that goes, 'Oh, don't. Please, just don't!,'" he laughed.
However, the embarrassing impressions are not enough to put Blake off her husband. The pair were seen enjoying their first public date night as parents this week.
The picture-perfect couple were dressed to impress at they stepped out together for a Deadpool fan event in New York City on Monday.
Ryan's secret skill had the audience laughing
It was a special evening for the duo, who have not made a red carpet appearance together since welcoming their little girl in December 2014.
The happy couple have been married since September 2012, and are completely smitten with one another - in fact, their love has only grown stronger since welcoming their baby girl.
"When that happens you fall so much in love with your partner. It's a pretty crazy experience," Ryan told E! News shortly after James' arrival. "What blows my mind is that it is so common yet it is so profound at the same time. Something so many people do."