Sure, Ryan Gosling brought everyone to tears with his speech about his “lady,” Eva Mendes…Like, believe me, I get it.
His performance as a drug-addicted teacher in Half Nelson (2006) was nominated for an Academy Award and his performance as a socially inept loner in Lars and the Real Girl (2007) was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
After a three-year acting hiatus, Gosling starred in the marital drama Blue Valentine (2010), earning him a second Golden Globe Award nomination.
2 of my favourite actors❤️❤️ #LALALAND #Golden Globes #congratulations pic.twitter.com/I9o SRy8Ed Z— Maria (@miathebookgirl) January 9, 2017I mean, it's not hard to see why so many people think/want/need Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling to be together in real life, but it's one of those things that will just never happen.
Ryan Gosling appears madly in love with Eva Mendes, and they have two daughters together.
He began his career as a child star on the Disney Channel's The Mickey Mouse Club (1993–95) and went on to appear in other family entertainment programs including Are You Afraid of the Dark? His first starring film role was as a Jewish neo-Nazi in The Believer (2001), and he went on to star in several independent films, including Murder by Numbers (2002), The Slaughter Rule (2002), and The United States of Leland (2003).
Gosling came to the attention of a wider audience in 2004 with a leading role in the commercially successful romantic drama The Notebook.
February 2017: Stone finished off her hot streak of awards wins with the Best Actress trophy at the Oscars.
True to form, Gosling did not go unrecognized in her emotional speech.
I think it's safe to say “La La Land” officially won the 74th Golden Globe Awards.
In fact, after taking home seven awards, the musical broke the record for the most Golden Globes won by a movie.
Greater success came to Gosling when he starred in two critically acclaimed films–the financial comedy-drama The Big Short (2015) and the musical La La Land (2016).