Fans in Detroit thought they were seeing the real Ryan Gosling over the weekend, but it turns out it was only “Lyin’ Gosling.”
The actor is currently in Michigan filming “How to Catch a Monster,” so a Detroit morning radio show, “Mojo in the Morning,” sent an accountant named Doug, who "looks 80 percent like Ryan Gosling," to walk around the city.
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“Extra” caught up with Ryan Gosling at the New York premiere of “The Place Beyond the Pines,” where he set the record straight about his time off from acting. According to the star, he won't be resting.Ryan explained, “It's not really time off. I'm just taking a break to direct.”
If Eva Mendes had it her way, dogs’ faces – like her Belgian Malinois Hugo and boyfriend Ryan Gosling’s mutt George -- would be blurred in tabloid photos.New York Magazine it just plain creepy when people walk up and already know her dog’s name.
Was the chance to play accused murderer Oscar Pistorius enough to lure Ryan Gosling back to acting? The British press seems to think so.Daily Mail reports that Gosling has been linked to a script for the true crime story, along with Charlize Theron as his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Bad news for Ryan Gosling fans… the actor says, “I need a break from myself as much as I imagine the audience does.” His rabid following would likely disagree.Hollywood Reporter while discussing his new films, “The Place Beyond the Pines,” due in theaters March 29, and “Only God Forgives,” to be released in May.
"It seemed like a good idea at the time,” smiled Gosling. “Yeah, look, I regret it."
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“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli got a little more than he bargained for at the “Gangster Squad” premiere. Star Ryan Gosling joked about starting a fight with Jerry, while Russell Brand mockingly hit the correspondent. Watch!
What do Justin Bieber, Ryan Gosling, Avril Lavigne and Celine Dion have in common? Blood!
According to Ancestry.com, the world’s largest online family history resource, the four Canadian performers are all related, sharing a connection with some of Quebec’s earliest settlers.