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27 January 2016 Posted by

Ryan covers the March issue of Men’s Health in which he opens up about raising baby James out of the spotlight, the recent passing of his dad and how Deadpool helped him grieve. The issue will be available on the Apple iTunes Newsstand starting February 2nd, and on newsstands everywhere soon after that. Be sure to pick up a copy but otherwise, we will have scans from the magazine as soon as it becomes available.

Men’s Health March cover guy Ryan Reynolds is a different kind of mega-star: He exudes normality.

If there’s any ego there, it’s well concealed. Reynolds, who stars in the highly anticipated superhero action film, “Deadpool,” (out February 12), opens up to Men’s Health about the lessons learned from and final moments he shared with his dad (“I learned discipline from my father. Not in terms of corporal punishment, but being determined in whatever you do”), how fatherhood has changed him, and the new realities of physical fitness as he approaches 40—namely, warming up.

“I never did stuff like that back in my 20s, but I’m that guy now,” he says. “I’m the guy doing calisthenics. I’m doing jumping jacks and deep knee bends. I work out like a British person.”

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