Actor Ryan Reynolds has admitted he was "nervous" about signing up to Twitter when he created his account eight months ago.
Actor Ryan Reynolds has admitted he was “nervous” about signing up to Twitter when he created his account eight months ago.
The “Green Lantern” star – who created an account on the microblogging site only eight months ago – said he thought he was “too late” to join the site, reported Contactmusic.
“I was nervous. It was something that I saw as obviously a huge part of the zeitgeist, but after I’d gone five or six years without ever touching it, I thought that it was too late to get involved now,” he said.
But the 38-year-old actor – who has six-month-old daughter James with wife Blake Lively – was convinced to stay active on the account after his online fans assured his movie “Deadpool” would go ahead.
“The movie got green lit based on those people on Twitter. I need to connect with these people. It’s also for promoting a movie these days and to do the kinds of unorthodox pushes that we’re going to be doing for ‘Deadpool’ you have to have social media.”