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But behind all of this beautiful cinematography is Gosling as its anchor.
We can’t imagine any other actor playing the secretive and violent character that Gosling nails at very turn. Blue Valentine (2010) In Derek Cianfrance’s wildly ambitious indie about love, Gosling plays Dean, an eager and compassionate high-school dropout who falls in love with Cindy (Michelle Williams) at first sight.
Take away all of the magazine tabloids, Internet memes and the overall media hoopla that comes with being Ryan Gosling, and you simply have one of the great actors of his generation.
While he has made almost no poor career decisions (he was the bright spot in an otherwise dim Gangster Squad), Gosling is slowly building one of the most unique and celebrated careers in modern cinema.
Posting a photo of "Moonlight" actress Janelle Monae on Instagram, the "Hitch" star included a sly reference to Gosling's acceptance speech for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his role in "La La Land." "Obviously this wasn't my favorite moment of the night....
Originally a short film that debuted at Sundance, Half Nelson is a story about a teacher who makes unlikely friends with one of his middle-school students after she finds out his darkest secret.
After filming for a few hours with a bloody dagger on his cheek, Gosling wanted to do re-shoots without it.
Cianfrance then refused to remove it, thus capturing the shame and regret that was brought out by Gosling.
So so so beautiful ❤ #goldenglobes A photo posted by Eva Mendes (@evamendes) on During his speech, the 36-year-old Canadian actor thanked his costar Emma Stone and director Damien Chazelle, before getting super gushy about Mendes.
"My lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second, and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer.