(and boy): it’s Ryan Gosling’s 31st birthday! You can celebrate this extra-special occasion by breaking up a street fight, wearing a stripped tank top, walking a dog, or seeing one of Gosling’s three 2011 releases: ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ (on DVD now), ‘Drive’ and ‘The Ides of March.’ Either that, or check out a slideshow of adorable Gosling pics ahead (is there any other kind?)… Continue reading Ryan Gosling Birthday: Actor Turns 31; What's His Finest Onscreen Moment
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes
They’ve been to Disneyland, gone hiking together and spent quiet nights at home. But now, low-key couple Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are taking their relationship to the next level.
Kissing in public.
Gosling, 30, and Mendes, 37, were spotted out on a PDA-heavy drive… Continue reading Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes's Drive-By Kiss
Review in a Hurry: Hey look! Ryan Gosling is in another film this week year, and he’s brought a whole lotta Hollywood heavy-hitters along with him. Director/cowriter/costar George Clooney‘s political thriller focuses on a young and ambitious press secretary (Gosling), who discovers that—surprise!—there’s a lot of shady deals… Continue reading Movie Review: The Ides of March Just Like Other Politics Thrillers, Except With More Ryan Gosling!
Review in a Hurry: Ryan Gosling is a driver. He’s a very good driver. He can drive stunt cars and getaway cars, and he can also fix cars. Then one day, things don’t go so well. Lots of violence happens. Simple, yes, but funny how the no-frills approach… Continue reading Movie Review: Ryan Gosling Is Silent, Deadly and Fantastic Behind the Wheel in Drive
If someone needed proof that Ryan Gosling is one of the coolest leading men in Hollywood, they needn’t look any further than Drive, where he plays a stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway man. Ironically, the film primarily seems to focus on the deterioration of his character’s coolness; but Gosling has always been more interested in getting under his characters’ skins than embracing… Continue reading Dialogue: Ryan Gosling on Emotional Filmmaking, Eliminating Dialogue and Becoming a Werewolf for 'Drive'