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Blake Lively reveals she feels tortured when she watches husband Ryan Reynold’s sex scenes

22 June 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Blake Lively dropped by “The Tonight Show” with host Jimmy Fallon and she shared that she feels like she is being tortured when she sees her husband, Ryan Reynolds, during his sex scenes in the movie “Deadpool.”

The 28-year-old soon-to-be mother of two shared that she and Reynolds had to spend Father’s Day apart this year. But despite not being together, she was still able to sort of be with him. Lively shared, "I was on a plane with my baby, James. It's kind of torture these days because I'm on a plane and everywhere I look, every screen is my husband in sex montage throughout the holidays with another woman. Everybody wants to watch Deadpool on the plane. Everyone!"

She continued to say that for 14 hours, she was able to watch her husband having mashed potatoes eaten out of his butthole since it is in the film. Lively said that it is a cruel and an unusual form of torture.

Lively also revealed that her babby started saying “Da-Da !” upon seeing Reynolds on the screen. James reportedly started to hug and kiss the screen and was waving at his father the whole time but Reynolds was not waving back.

The “Gossip Girl” alum added, “She doesn't understand why he's not waving back at her, because she thinks it's like FaceTime . And it's because Daddy's getting it, and the mashed potatoes…”

Lively is currently promoting her new movie “The Shallows.” The movie is about this woman, played by Lively, being on a new island as she loves surfing. However, it turns out to be a deadly area as there are sharks. It is an American survival horror thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and written by Anthony Jaswinski .