Ryan Reynolds has certainly had his share of tough interviews, but this one was a welcome breeze in comparison.
Walking the red carpet Tuesday night for the New York premiere of his animated 3-D flick Turbo, the 36-year-old thesp was all smiles as he found himself interviewed by 10-year-old reporter Faith King, who was asking questions on behalf of her video channel, KidzVuz.com.
"How ya doin'?" greeted Reynolds.
"Good," replied the pint-size King, who hails from Red Bank, N.J.
"Do you have a question or do you just want to hang out? Exchange some crisp high-fives and call it a day?" wondered Ryan.
After the two high-fived, an adorable King then asked Reynolds to identify a character trait that he wished he had more of.
"I think we could all use a little more patience," said the actor candidly. "I get a little impatient sometimes and I wish I didn't, and that's something I need to work on. And I'm not just kidding around right now. I'm being serious. I really need to be more patient."
Maybe a touch starstruck, the rookie journalist couldn't resist following up with something of a softball, quizzing the actor on his favorite snack.
"It's always M&M's. I'm a bit of an M&M nut. Do you like M&M's? Me, too. They're the best. I like the blue ones. I pick them out," revealed Reynolds.
The Hollywood hottie then commended King on a job well done.
"Good job," he told her, exchanging another high-five. "Easiest interview I've had in this whole thing. Seriously."
Reynolds, who tied the knot for the second time last September with his Green Lantern leading lady, Blake Lively, certainly proved he's got patience for the younger set should the couple ever decide to settle down and have their own rugrats one day, a time he recently hinted to Details magazine could be drawing near after saying he and Blake "would love to have a big family."
In the meantime, Ryan's got a busy big-screen slate ahead of him. Aside from Turbo, hitting theaters on July 17 and for which he voices the titular role, the star is also teaming up with Jeff Bridges for the Men in Black–style supernatural romp R.I.P.D., which unspools two days later.