Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds. File photo
Popular for his wit and humour, Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds, who will be seen performing some high-octane action and some adrenaline rushing chase sequences in his upcoming film "6 Underground", says he found performing stunts in the upcoming movie exciting but quipped that after he turned 40, falling on cement wasn't hilarious anymore.
"I loved the car (chase) stuff, all the stuff on the giant boat and the (action sequence) Hong Kong. That was the kind of action sequences which I think were hilarious and fun and exciting. Hardest one was the just fighting the actual hand-to-hand combat stuff... I think after I turned 40 falling on cement wasn't hilarious anymore. I love action, performing it and being a part of it .. I love learning from it... I wouldn't say challenging but mostly exciting," Reynolds told reporters here.
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