With his new film The Voices hitting cinemas, we spoke to Ryan Reynolds about everything from serial killers to singing.
Your new film, The Voices, sees you play a serial killer who takes advice from talking pets. Was it a big jump from your other roles?
Your character Jerry is haunted by demons. Did you research into mental health?
You also voice Jerry’s pets Bosco the dog and Mr Whiskers the cat. Did it get confusing?
Mr Whiskers has a convincing Scottish accent. Was he based on anyone in particular?
You star alongside Gemma Arterton – did she teach you any British traits or traditions?
As a man who often tops ‘best dressed’ lists, was it tough sporting a pink boiler suit?
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There are epic moves during the credits. Are you a good dancer?
How did you beat your nerves?
Jerry’s vice is he wants to feel truly alive. When was the last time you felt like that?
What’s the most surprising thing about fatherhood?
You asked on Twitter last year if there was a way of making your tweets appear normal. Have you figured it out yet?
Finally, after 11 years in the making, Deadpool is getting a cinema release next year. Are you relieved?
The Voices is at cinemas nationwide from 20 March