It's a good thing Ryan Phillippe, along with Will Forte and Kristen Wiig — his co-stars in the upcoming action comedy MacGruber — were at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., on April 19 to guest-host WWE's Monday Night Raw, because many of Raw's competitors were stranded overseas and unable to make it. So when Russian wrestler Vladimir Kozlov offended the crowd by insulting Americans and the Garden State, the MacGruber stars didn't let him get away with it: Ryan and Will sent him fleeing for the exit! Later, Ryan picked up some John Cena gear for 6-year-old son Deacon and checked in on daughter Ava, 10, who was feeling under the weather. While starring in the movie built off of an Saturday Night Live sketch seems like a departure for the serious actor, he recently told Men's Health that he's changed a lot as he's gotten older. "If you're fearful and you're closing yourself off from potentially wonderful or beautiful additions to your life, that's not going to lead anywhere positive," he said. "And there's a maturation that takes place once you have children and have to put food on the table. You don't cling to those ideals of your youth so much, because that can trap you on a hard road."