“I’d work in a flower shop and be insecure. And he’d work in real estate. And there’s always cupcake batter on my face, and I’m like, ‘I just made these cupcakes, but I don’t know how I feel!’ And he’s like, ‘Let me get that cupcake batter off your face … with my dick.’ .. Cut to me giving him a hand job. Sorry, I’ve had too much caffeine.”
– Aubrey Plaza, on her dream rom-com starring herself and Ryan Gosling, who she famously shut down when she met him one day at a juice bar. Whoops, Aubrey! Never make that mistake again. [NYMag.com]
Book deals that result from blogs usually suck, right? But the exception to that rule will have to be Feminist Ryan Gosling: Feminist Theory From Your Favorite Sensitive Movie Dude. We all know and love Tumblr blogger Danielle Henderson’s lusty pics of Ryan with commentary like “Hey girl, don’t be sad about advertising pushing an unrealistic body ideal on you.” But now we can know and love Feminist Ryan Gosling on our coffee table. The (unauthorized) book comes out this August, but you can pre-order on Amazon now. Hmm, now I know what a certain certifiable Gosling lunatic is getting for Christmas. [Um, I'm not waiting until December. -- Editor] [$7.31, Amazon.com]
Amelia might be laying on a beach in Tulum, Mexico, this week, but her
deep abiding love obsession with Ryan Gosling is still with us. In her honor, here’s The Gos’ new trailer for “The Gangster Squad,” a cops-and-robbers movie about gangsters in 1940′s L.A., co-starring luckiest-bitch-in-the-world Emma Stone. Yup, she gets to make out with Ryan again. Oh, hey, and Josh Brolin and Anthony Mackie is in this film as well and they’re pretty easy on the eyes, too. Enjoy! [YouTube]
You guys, I need to talk about something. Something I’ve been keeping inside for far too long. I hope you won’t judge me, that you’ll hear me out and offer your support.
I think maybe, just maybe, Channing Tatum has a shot at becoming my Number One Dream Celebrity Boyfriend. That’s right. Ryan Gosling, you’re in trouble. Keep reading »
Ryan Gosling memes never get old — especially not on Equal Pay Day, a date symbolizing the extra days a woman will have to work in 2012 in order to earn, on average, the same amount as a male counterpart did in 2011. You know, that “equal pay for equal work” stuff that feminists are always blabbing about. You can learn all about the pay gap between men and women right here … but I’m warning you, it won’t be as easy on the eyes as The Gos. [The Daily Muse; Pay-Equity.org]