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Blake Lively tortured by Ryan Reynolds' kinky Deadpool scene

Published 21/06/2016

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively always seems to be surrounded by people watching Deadpool on the airplane.

Blake Lively is tortured during flights because everybody is watching her husband Ryan Reynolds' raunchy sex montage in Deadpool.

The R-rated comic book adaptation was released in February (16) and has now become a popular choice for in flight entertainment, according to Blake, who always seems to witness Ryan in a variety of sexual positions with co-star Morena Baccarin, while she's catching a plane for her press tour for shark horror The Shallows.

"It’s kind of torture these days because I’m on a plane and every screen is my husband in a sex montage throughout the holidays with another woman because everyone wants to watch Deadpool on the plane, everyone!" she joked to U.S. talk show host Jimmy Fallon. "But for like 14 hours having your husband having like mashed potatoes eaten out of his butthole – that’s in the film – it’s lovely."

To make matters worse, their daughter James, who was born in December, 2014, recognises her dad on the screen in those raunchy, uncompromising positions and interacts with him as if they are chatting via video.

"It’s a cruel and unusual form of torture," the 28-year-old said. "And then my daughter goes, ‘Dada!’ and she starts hugging and kissing the screen and waving at him, and he’s not waving back and she doesn’t understand why he’s not waving back. She thinks it’s like FaceTime. And it’s because Daddy’s getting it."

During her appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Blake, who is currently pregnant with her second child, also played a knowledge game Know It All. In the quiz, Blake proved she could name plenty of Harry Potter characters, but she struggled to list Spanish words and failed in naming four-letter words by suggesting five letter word "shoot". She still emerged victorious against Jimmy.

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