He's filming How to Catch a Monster in Detroit.
Gosling's Drive reteam with Nicolas Winding Refn gets off on the wrong foot.
His first onstage performance was with his Elvis impersonator uncle when he was three.
This Week in Ryan Gosling Memes: Cereal.
"You don't have to be gay to know that that is a gorgeous, sexy beast, and he's everything we want to be."
Can Gosling and Refn's second film somehow be more violent than Drive?
It's Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding's second movie together.
"He's such a magical person."
Ryan Gosling can't save this overreaching film.
You name it, he's carrying it.
The Place Beyond the Pines star doesn't mind getting ugly for a role—just don't get too personal.
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"I've lost perspective on what I'm doing."
Is there anyone who doesn't want to be a part of this thing?
It's his first American production.
How to Catch a Monster.
From Mickey Mouse Club to Gangster Squad: a photographic journey through a man's hair.
It plays like an untalented 12-year-old’s imitation of Brian DePalma’s The Untouchables.
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Kimmel cuts into their QVC knife show at 11:30 p.m.
It's moody and violent — you know, like Drive.
Get ready to see a lot of Kristen Wiig.
Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper: Those are some lucky pines.
Watch these, maybe?