New York Times’ Vulture announced their annual Most Valuable Stars list. Just like the previous years Ryan is part of it. Ryan ranks #71 in the general list. Ryan also ranks #38 at Action Stars, #48 at Drama Stars, #56 Most Respected, #9 Tabloid Target, #98 at International Stars, #84 at Studio Stars.
Ryan Gosling – The Enigma
He may have fathered a baby with Eva Mendes this year (which accounts for his highest-possible tabloid score), but it’s apropos that Ryan Gosling should be ranked this low on the list right alongside his former flame, Rachel McAdams. Both stars will always boast built-in awareness levels thanks to the everlasting power of The Notebook, but neither is ruling Hollywood like they truly could. After a string of indies, Gosling took too much time off to direct the inscrutable Lost River; he’ll return to the studio fold with Shane Black’s The Nice Guys but he could really use a high-profile pop right now.
Rank Compared to 2012: -49
Domestic Box Office: $28,232,104
Overseas Box Office: $24,556,309
Studio Value: 7
Oscars: 0 wins, 1 nom
Critics’ Score: 68
Twitter Mentions: 2,964
Tabloid Value: 10
Some additional rankings when making your own adjustments. Ryan ranks #96 when you only adjust Domestic Box Office, #97 at International Box Office, #37 at Studio Value, #78 at Likeability, #48 at Oscars, #43 at Critics’ Score, #18 at Twitter Mentions, and #2 at Tabloid Value.