Ryan Reynolds Makes Virtual Visit To SickKids Hospital
By Hayden Brooks
March 31, 2020
Ryan Reynolds brought his (virtual) presence to the Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
After being invited by Fern, SickKids' therapeutic clown, the Deadpool actor, 43, worked with the facility to visit the SickKids patients through a television show broadcast via CCTV, which is available in all the rooms in the hospital. Reynolds partook in a Q&A during the appearance, which saw him speak about a variety of topics, including his favorite food and, of course, Pikachu.
"If I could just have a big, large, thin-crust pizza, that is my favorite food," he explained to one fan. "If I was stuck on a desert island and could only eat one food it would be a big, thin-crust pizza."
Asked about his favorite title in his filmography, Reynolds said "had a few," but decided to shout out one in particular. "I really love Detective: Pikachu … partly because my kids love it," he told a fan. "I have three daughters, and two of them are old enough now to watch it, and they love it so much."
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