Ryan Gosling is about to play himself. (In the DJ Khaled sense, not the Being John Malkovich sense.) The actor’s been on something of a roll recently, scoring critical plaudits for The Nice Guys and La La Land last year — the latter of which ended up a surprise blockbuster and less-surprise Oscar hoarder — and continuing on into 2017 with this past spring’s Song to Song. He’s got Blade Runner 2049 on the docket for this fall, a likely smash that may earn him admiration among nerd circles, the last niche demographic he has not yet charmed. But with the world at his feet, Gosling’s now making moves to dash all the goodwill he’s recently built up.
After taking some time off to make his directorial debut and tend to his growing family, Ryan Gosling is back and busier than ever with recent roles in The Nice Guys and awards season favorite La La Land. While that film is currently in theaters (and picking up a few awards nominations), Gosling is already plotting a reunion with director Damien Chazelle for his next project, a Neil Armstrong biopic that will take the actor from the “City of Stars” to the actual stars — in outer space.
Ryan Gosling hosted another live episode of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. As a huge fan of "SNL," not-so-much Ryan Gosling, I actually didn't think he did a great job hosting. As you've probably seen on social media by now, he kept cracking up unexpectedly during an alien encounter sketch with Kate McKinnon. What you may not have known, unless you saw the full episode,
What is it about Ryan Gosling that brings out the inner romantic in women? The actor is known for his unauthorized "Hey Girl" memes, but things went to a whole new level when a fan proposed to her girlfriend during Ryan's SXSW panel.