Ryan Reynolds on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

The buff star of the upcoming Green Lantern shows off his muscles and pokes fun at himself in the upcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly.  The actor talks about moving to LA and 'Being the best waiter he could be' as well as his effort to help clean up our environment. Green Lantern hits theaters this weekend!  Check snippets from Ryan's interview after the jump!

On growing up:
 “In the Reynolds household, family came first. He spent a great deal of time with his older brothers and, in turn, his brothers were very close to him. Usually within striking distance. Fun to bruise and generally considered to be ‘emergency food,’ he was teased for being the sensitive kid who liked to mow the lawn and get punched in the face.”

Source: Just Jared 

On his effort to make the world a better place: 
“In 2006, in an effort to decrease his widening carbon footprint, Reynolds abandoned the use of his car and spent a year bicycling around Los Angeles. L.A. is not well-known as a bicycle-friendly metropolis. His lofty sojourn would soon take a tragic turn when he was run over at Doheny and Sunset. Not by a motorist, but by Ed Begley Jr. on his 12-speed Nishiki, calling Reynolds an ‘idealist’ while kicking him with a mile and a half of freshly shaved bone-white leg.”

On moving to L.A.: 
“After moving to Los Angeles at the tender age of 19 - armed with only $600 and a rape whistle - he quickly established himself as one of Hollywood’s most dynamic and immensely talented waiters.”



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