Watch Ryan Reynolds Thank Blake Lively & Their Two Kids In His Critics' Choice Awards Acceptance Speeches
… oh, and Tom Hanks, too.
Even after winning two awards, Ryan Reynolds cannot stop talking about his family. At the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night, Reynolds took home Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year award, along with the award for Best Actor in a Comedy. During both acceptance speeches, Reynolds made sure to mention his wife and children. Swoon.
After winning EW's award, Reynolds made sure to thank those who made Deadpool possible, but he didn't leave the stage without mentioning Blake Lively. "I want to thank my wife, and for no reason at all, I suppose my children," he said. Good one, Ryan!
Reynolds made it up to the stage again to accept Best Actor in a Comedy for his role in Deadpool, where he gushed even more. The actor was so surprised, he decided to dedicate his award to Tom Hanks. "No really though, you're a huge influence on me," he said to Hanks. "My 2-year-old daughter, the first full sentence she ever said was, 'There's no crying in baseball.' I'm not kidding." Hanks loved that, too, and gave Reynolds two thumbs up.
Can we give Reynolds the Father of the Year award yet, or should we wait to see what he and Lively will do for James's second birthday this Friday?