His new movie "Gangster Squad" is finally in theaters and now Ryan Gosling is catching our eye on the cover of GQ Australia's February 2013 issue.
The 32-year-old actor flashed his baby blues for the Mario Testino shot front page and chatted about his new film, explaining, "It was fun. When I was a kid I was kind of obsessed with that movie Dick Tracy. Burger King had all this Dick Tracy stuff and I collected all of it, and I had the posters and I watched it on a loop. Obviously this is a very different movie, but it seemed to have some of the sensibilities of that. So that was fun for me."
Stepping out to promote his forthcoming flick “Gangster Squad,” Ryan Gosling dropped by “ Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night (January 9).
The “Lars and the Real Girl” hunk began his evening by joining Will Ferrell in a seemingly-impromptu skit called “Knife Guys” in which they claim Kimmel’s new earlier time slot has interfered with their QVC knife show.
One of the perks of having a famous movie star for a son is getting to go to big film premieres, and Ryan Gosling's mom Donna Gosling even scored some designer duds from his girlfriend Eva Mendes for the screening of “Gangster Squad” last night (January 7) in Hollywood.
During his interview on the red carpet, the “Lars and the Real Girl” stud declared, “My mother’s wearing all my girlfriend’s clothes.”
Giving fans a glimpse into his new tough-guy role, Ryan Gosling stars in a new teaser for the upcoming thriller "Only God Forgives."
The 32-year-old hunk plays an American ex-pat living in Thailand who hides his family's illegal drug business by running a Thai boxing ring. However, Ryan's character's brother is murdered and his mother asks him to find the killers.