Ryan Reynolds doesn’t believe in afterlife
Ryan Reynolds doesn’t believe humans can return to Earth as something else once they pass away.
The actor stars in comedy movie R.I.P.D. about ghost police officers.
But he’s not convinced humans come back in another form when they die.
"I don't know, it's tough. I mean, I think people can leave a lot of energy behind when they're disturbed in some way and I think that can kind of surface in some particular way," he told E! News. "I don't think that when I finally close my eyes to this crazy show, that I'm gonna step into something else as Ryan Reynolds in another form, I just think it just all circles back."
The thespian appears in the flick with Jeff Bridges.
The pair’s stunts were so physical that at one point Ryan thought he may throw up.
"It was spinning the car every way you could imagine," he remembered. "I almost barfed right away. I was not liking it."
Ryan and Jeff also shared how they got to know each other on the job.
They bonded over meals and told each other their life stories.
"We just hung. We had a couple weeks of rehearsing and experimenting on different things," Jeff explained.
R.I.P.D. is scheduled for release this summer and also stars Kevin Bacon and Mary-Louise Parker.
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