“The buzz is that they invited fewer than 30 people and told everyone they were coming to a backyard party. She doesn’t want them to grow up thinking that marriage is something to be avoided.” Do you think Eva has nothing to worry about in terms of Ryan and Emma?
But only now is the film's director Nick Cassavetes revealing one of the biggest secrets from behind the scenes: stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel Mc Adams, who had intense chemistry on-screen, actually hated each other during the shoot.
In “La La Land” — a more complex, compromised love story than either of their previous team-ups — the dynamic between them deepens and diverges somewhat.
If I do this for 10 more years I'll be shocked.' I stare at him to make out how serious he's being.“The 42-year-old actress looked happy and relaxed as she strolled along the busy road, looking casual-chic in a navy ensemble.” While she probably knows all about the undeniable onscreen chemistry that her baby daddy has with the actress, it’s highly likely that she isn’t very concerned about it — Eva might have already sealed the deal with Ryan!“The super gorgeous and super private Hollywood couple hides everything, including Eva’s pregnancies, from the public eye,” reports .As we reported a few hours ago, a massive fuck up happened at the Oscars as the wrong movie was read out as the winner of the Academy Award's coveted Best Picture.Legendary actor Warren Beatty was tasked with presenting the main event and announced that the winner was the highly-tipped blockbuster La La Land.'It was like a really strange blind date,' Refn says of his first meeting with the actor.Both accomplished, independent leading players in their own right, Gosling and Stone nonetheless bring an invaluably entwined history to “La La Land”: It’s their third on-screen collaboration, following 2010’s winning romantic comedy “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” and 2013’s plasticized underworld romp “Gangster Squad.” Even the latter, stiffer film proved the tinderbox energy between them; in both, Gosling’s laconic cool and Stone’s spacier sweetness complement each other.Sounds pretty gutting for anybody who worked on La La Land, right?Sure, but one man who looked to take the entire thing in his stride was La La Land star Ryan Gosling.We are sitting on a bench in a park in New York's East Village. Around us, the bums and winos occasionally break into spirited bouts of cursing, sometimes at one another, at other times themselves. Where he is today is pretty much where every young actor in Hollywood dreams of being.Gosling is neither noticed nor bothered, protected by a force-field of perfect grooming. Having spent the best part of a decade taking on roles in small indie dramas in which he gets to smoke crack (Half Nelson), cross-dress (All Good Things), or weather radioactive break-ups (Blue Valentine), Gosling has now tacked decisively to centre for three roles this autumn, all of unimpeachable pedigree: a nameless getaway driver in the LA art-house thriller Drive; an idealistic politico in George Clooney's The Ides of March; and a suave pick-up artist in Crazy, Stupid, Love. 'He's like a mixture of James Stewart, Charles Bronson, Alain Delon, Lee Marvin and little bit of Marcello Mastroianni,' Nicolas Winding Refn, the director of Drive, says.It was good, gutsy stuff, but those who thought it a step up for her had perhaps undervalued the detail and layering of her earlier comic work.Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling just had their second baby together, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any rumors brewing.Ryan Gosling is about to take Toronto International Film Festival by storm with his performance with Emma Stone in , a movie where Ryan became known as a comedic actor and that put Emma on the map in Hollywood.