According to Ryan Reynolds, It’s Special to Be Trolled by Him Online

Bedrooms: Bathrooms: House Size:
Acerage: Year built:

Internet trolling would be an Olympic sport Ryan Reynolds Would have an unprecedented number of gold medals. 

Social media is the place to be. Red Notice star is known to have all the punchlines—particularly when it comes to his own wife, Blake Lively. A Mother’s Day tribute included these lines: “Never could have predicted that anonymous airport bathroom sex might lead to this.” You could even hire Dog the Bounty Hunter as a scout to help me. In an Instagram posting, it said that this was my first experience voting in America. Blake was so kind and gentle to me my first time. The first part was scary, but then it became exciting. Now I am a bit tired. It was a proud moment. And for her birthday in 2019, the actor posted a photo dump of images capturing Lively mostly with her eyes closed, looking away or in other states of not being quite ready for the picture. 

“You are an Internet troll.” Todayco-anchor Savannah Guthrie candidly declared during a Nov. 10 interview with him. Reynolds says that while there is no doubt about the truth, Reynolds believes it’s a sign to show affection.

He said, “A little bit,” but “only when it comes for those most important to me.”