A preview of the James Toback documentary “Seduced And Abandoned” was released featuring Ryan. You can watch it below.
‘Drive’ heartthrob Ryan Gosling gives an entertaining insight into the perils of the Hollywood audition in this clip, also featuring Alec Baldwin, from award-winning director James Toback’s latest documentary “Seduced and Abandoned”.
The International Press Academy announced earlier this morning the nominees for the 18th Annual International Press Academy Satellite Award and Ryan got nominee for his amazing work on ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’
Actor in a Supporting Role
Jake Gyllenhaal – Prisoners
Harrison Ford – 42
Casey Affleck – Out of the Furnace
Bradley Cooper – American Hustle
Ryan Gosling – The Place Beyond the Pines
Michael Fassbender – 12 Years a Slave
Tom Hanks – Saving Mr. Banks
The Satellite Awards ceremony will be held March 9 in Los Angeles.
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Hey girl! Our favorite boy and king of memes is celebrating his 33rd birthday today, and on behalf of the site and the fans, we would like to wish Ryan a very happy birthday today. We hope he has a fantastic day spent with his loved ones.
Please feel free to post your own birthday wishes in the comments section below, or send him a message to his twitter @RyanGosling.
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It was announced a few minutes earlier the nominees in movies, TV and music for the 40th annual People’s Choice Awards and Ryan is nominated as Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor! Make sure to vote at the PCA website, finalist voting ends in December 5. The 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards air live on CBS on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m. ET.
Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor
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New York Times’ Vulture announced their 100 Most Valuable Movie Stars 2013. Ryan is listed again just like last year. This year he ranks #22 at the Vulture Rankings, #38 at Studios Favorites, #7 at Tabloid Target, #23 at Most Respected, #61 at International Stars, #13 at Action Stars, and #19 at Dramatic Stars.
Ryan Gosling is that rare sort of creature in Hollywood: a leading man with good looks, great charm, and a big name … who’s still never starred in a $100 million movie. And maybe that’s exactly how he wants it. Gosling seems most comfortable in indies, including this year’s The Place Beyond the Pines, which grossed a tidy $21.4 million. But that was the actor’s only success this year: His Cannes entry Only God Forgives was met with boos and bombed in theaters, while studio entry Gangster Squad — one of Gosling’s few stabs at a mainstream popcorn movie — stalled at $46 million.
It has been reported by the Telegraph that Ryan is among the actors who are considered for Weinstein Companies’ upcoming biopic on JD Salinger.
The Weinstein Company said the biopic will focus on the author’s life between his World War II service and the publication of “The Catcher in the Rye” in 1951 and will examine “the effects war can have on an artist.”
Speculation was rife in the US about who could play Salinger, with actors including Ryan Gosling suggested for the part.
The film will be written by Shane Salerno, whose documentary “Salinger” opened this month.
Salerno spent years researching the reclusive author for the documentary and a recently published 700-page book, co-authored with David Shields.
But the documentary recieved mixed reviews, with some critics saying it embodied the kind of prying the author detested.
Salinger died in New Hampshire in 2010, aged 91.