He’s been busy promoting his new movie “Blue Valentine” and Ryan Gosling is excited for his fans to see the flick.
The “Notebook” hunk shared that while it’s quite different from some of his other work, “Blue Valentine” is well worth the watch.
"I think that 'Blue Valentine' is a nice companion piece to 'The Notebook,' because I feel like both are true."
"That they're both possible, and the truth is somewhere in the middle. But I feel like 'Blue Valentine' kind of picks up where 'The Notebook' leaves off."
"There's a huge period of time which isn't in ['The Notebook']: The practical, day-to-day living with one another isn't dealt with in that film. I would meet people when I did 'The Notebook' who would come up to me on the street and say, 'That happened to me; that's my parents story,' because these people are saying that's not realistic love, doesn't really happen for people like that.”
"That's not true, because I've met so many people that told me that that's their story or their parents' story. But I've also talked to a lot of people now that feel like this film is more about what it's like the day to day, the nitty gritty of trying to stay in love."