Ryan Reynolds` tryst with cold after sunny honeymoon

Los Angeles: Actor Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively had to move into a tiny "roadside hotel" in Canada and deal with a cold wave after a honeymoon in Africa in 2012.

This was because Reynolds had to film his new movie "The Captive" in the cold region. It was challenging for the actor, who married Lively in September 2012, to shoot the film in freezing temperatures in Ontario, Canada immediately after soaking up the sun in Africa, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Speaking at a press conference for the movie at the Cannes International Film Festival, Reynolds said: "I dragged my wife from our honeymoon in Africa and landed her in Ontario, Canada, when it was minus-40 degrees."

The actor, who was previously married to actress Scarlett Johansson for three years until 2011, revealed that they moved into "this little roadside hotel where we stayed for a month. That was the biggest challenge".

But he admitted that Lively was a good sport, adding: "Ironically, she coped with it far better than I did."

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