Monday, August 31, 2015

Watch Ryan Reynolds' interview with kid reporter Faith King

10-year-old Faith King was the luckiest kid in New York City Tuesday night.

Watch Ryan Reynolds' interview with kid reporter Faith King

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10-year-old Faith King was the luckiest kid in New York City Tuesday night.

The Red Bank, New Jersey native interviewed Ryan Reynolds on the red carpet of the actor's upcoming movie Turbo for her video channel, KidzVuz. In the clip, Reynolds greets King with a high-five. "How you doing?" he asks. "Do you have a question, or do we want to just hang out, do some crisp high-fives and call it a day?"

King asks Reynolds two questions, one on which character trait the actor would like to work on most, the other on his favorite snack. A pensive Reynolds responds, "I think we can all use a little more patience. I get a little impatient sometimes and I wish I didn't."

As for snacks? "It's always M&Ms," says the star. "I'm a bit of an M&M nut. I like the blue ones. I pick them out."

Clearly, he's ready for fatherhood - something he recently shared in his interview with Details. The actor, who married blonde bombshell (and best-dressed) star Blake Lively in 2012, shared with the magazine that he wants a big family. Reynolds, who is the youngest of four brothers, says he's "terrified" he'll only have boys. “There’s nothing my brothers and I didn’t put a hole in. We turned our home into a Wiffle house.”

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