“I’m not that good looking. I think I’m a pretty weird-looking guy. Every role I got up until ‘The Notebook’ [in 2004] was the weirdo, freak, psychopath, nerd, outsider character guy. I think things have changed.”
– Ryan Gosling is not nearly as convinced of the legitimacy of his dreamboat status as the rest of the world. Hey, Ryan, we have something in common. I don’t think I’m that good looking either, which means that I’m totally in your league. So, let’s make out. [Chicago Sun-Times]
George Clooney and Ryan Gosling put on their fanciest suits and cutest grins for last night’s premiere of “Ides of March,” but I believe there were less friendly feelings afoot. Above, The Gosling pranks the notorious jokester by doodling a mustache on his side of their movie poster. Keep clicking to see how I imagine this went over with Clooney — and whether they worked it out in the end.
Nearly everything can feel different if you simply change the music. Don’t believe me? Check out the trailer to Nicholas Winding Refn’s new hyper-intense film “Drive,” starring Ryan Gosling. Only this time, instead of its electro-rock soundtrack, the trailer’s been set to Tom Cochrane’s “Life Is a Highway” and romantic tunes from Enrique Iglesias. Whatever, Gosling still looks goooood
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You cannot escape Ryan Gosling right now. And with abs like these, who would want to, am I right? You know the man behind the abs. Now let’s get to know the abs in front of the man with this ab-solutely ab-ulous breakdown! See the full infographic here! Keep reading »
“Sorry I can’t be there. I’m in China, funding a satellite to keep an eye on a few war criminals. I’m actually spying on you right now … I hope you enjoy the film. If you do, I wrote and directed it. If you don’t, Aaron Sorkin wrote it … You’ll also note how handsome Ryan Gosling is. But I’m told he won’t age well. One can only hope.”
—George Clooney‘s opening remarks at a VIP screening of “Ides of March.” Because he couldn’t be there, George wrote this speech and asked Brian Williams to read it. Ha ha. Sounds like George might be feeling a little competitive with The Gos, no? [NY Post]
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“I’d like to be making babies but I’m not, so I’m making movies. When someone comes along I don’t think I’ll be able to do both and I’m fine with that. I’ll make movies until I make babies. I have no idea when the handover will happen.”
– Ryan Gosling speaks to my screaming ovaries, I mean, The Times newspaper about his desire to have children, and making movies in the interim. So, considering my babymaker is hardly the only one raising its hand and volunteering for the job, what’s stopping Ryan from finding The One and gettin’ ‘er done? Well, he simply hadn’t found anyone who could “top” what he calls “the two greatest girlfriends” he’s had — aka Sandra Bullock and Rachel McAdams. Roger that, Ryan. Next time I run 12 blocks to Whole Foods for a “chance” encounter, I’m actually going to introduce myself as lucky number three. [Contact Music]
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When Ryan Gosling isn’t busy starring in critically acclaimed films like “Drive,” “Crazy Stupid Love,” and “Blue Valentine,” or rushing off to stop street fights over amateur art, he’s leading a one man war. A war against what, you ask? Socks. For the last few months, as he’s jetted to and fro to promote the aforementioned flicks and settled in to his new home of NYC, Ryan has shunned socks in favor of bare ankles. (What? I’ve always been known for my attention to detail, so of course I’ve noticed.) Personally, Ryan Gosling association aside, I am a fan of this look on a man especially when coupled with a dandy-looking suit or slim-cut pants. Nothing ruins a man’s outfit like the sight of stark white socks garishly blinding you below the cuff of his pants. I’m not sure The Gos can maintain this particular trend through the cold East Coast winter, so bookmark this slideshow, featuring eight photos of Ryan taunting womankind with his bare ankles!
With films “Drive” and “The Ides of March” about to debut, 30-year-old Ryan Gosling’s about to go from being known as “the dude from ‘The Notebook’” to “the hottest actor in Hollywood.” So what does that mean for Gosling, besides being able to negotiate $20-million film contracts? Scoring tons of women. That’s right, Leonardo finally has some serious competition, but fortunately for Leo, who prefers to date women while their in their physical prime (he’s currently tied to “Gossip Girl” star Blake Lively), Gosling likes his women more mature and worldly — in other words, older. It seems he’s finally gotten over his former long-term beau, 32-year-old Rachel McAdams, by falling for 37-year-old Eva Mendes. Here are the hot Hollywood couples who remind us why we liked “The Graduate” so much. Read more… Keep reading »
Remember when Ryan Gosling heroically stopped a street fight over a painting and it was caught on video and I swooned for a solid 30 minutes? Well, it turns out America’s Sexiest Superhero is, in fact, embarrassed by this incident making headlines. He gave MTV the details on what happened, saying that apparently the guy stole the painting because he had long admired the artist’s work. “Which means the guy was a fan, and so he wanted the painting so bad he had to steal it because he couldn’t afford it. So he finally steals the painting and he’s getting his ass kicked by his hero, and then the guy from The Notebook shows up and makes it weirder. The whole thing, nobody wins. Nobody won.” Um, wrong, Ryan. America won. Also, my favorite part of this video is where he refers to the gym as a “gymnasium.” Oh god, it’s happening again. I am swooning. Keep reading »