Bienvenue sur RyanGoslingFrance.com votre unique source française consacrée à l'acteur, chanteur et réalisateur canadien; Ryan Thomas Gosling. Vous l'avez très probablement découvert dans The Notebook où il y interprétait le jeune Noah Calhoun, mais c'est surtout avec le film Drive qu'il marque les esprits et donne un tournant à sa carrière. En 2014 il présente au Festival de Cannes son premier film en tant que réalisateur Lost River. Prochainement il sera à l'affiche d'un des derniers films de Terrence Malick aux côtés de Michael Fassbender et bien d'autres. Ce site partagera avec vous toutes les dernières news, photos, vidéos et actualités de Ryan. Je vous souhaite une excellente visite ! Emilie
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• Parfois je pense que la chose que j’aime le plus dans le fait d’être un adulte, c’est le droit d’acheter des bonbons quand et où bon me semble.

• La liberté est un tel cadeau.

• Je pense beaucoup à la mort, comme nous le faisons tous je pense. Je ne pense pas au suicide comme une option, mais comme un amusement. C’est une idée intéressante de pouvoir contrôler comment vous allez partir. C’est cette chose qui menace, et vous pouvez la contrôler.

• J’aime être canadien. Je pense que grandir au Canada vous donne une perspective mondiale que j’aime assurément.

• Je n’aime pas être divertissant. Je n’aime pas le sentiment d’être amusant. S’il y avait une comédie musicale ou une comédie qui n’était pas juste faite pour le divertissement mais qui était plutôt enracinée dans quelque chose que je pourrais rapprocher d’un réel niveau, alors je pense que je la ferais.

• Si j’ai un quelconque attrait particulier pour les femmes, peut-être est-ce parce que j’écoute plus que d’autres gars ne le font et que j’apprécie comment elles pensent et ressentent les choses.

• Je sens que tout est arrivé naturellement.

• Enfant j’ai décidé que l’accent canadien ne sonnait pas dur. Je pensais que les mecs devaient ressembler à Marlon Brando. Donc maintenant j’ai un drôle d’accent que je ne peux pas changer, donc ce n’est plus drôle.

• D’habitude Hollywood n’a pas de forte femme comme cela dans les films, et c’est stupide, donc pour la plupart ils ont l’habitude d’être dirigés et écrits par des hommes.

• Je l’ai en quelque sorte pris de la perspective d’un personnage et je ne sais pas s’il était nécessairement spirituel, mais je pense vraiment qu’il avait de l’espoir. C’était un personnage qui était à l’aise avec l’idée d’avoir de l’espoir dans sa vie, et l’espoir est la foi.

• Tous mes personnages sont moi. Je ne suis pas assez bon acteur pour devenir un personnage. J’entends parler d’acteurs qui deviennent un rôle et je pense « je me demande à quoi cela peut ressembler ». Parce que pour moi, ils sont tous moi.

• J’essaye de jouer des personnages qui sont différents de moi, comme ça je sens que ce personnage est quelqu’un qui est vraiment différent. Je pense en réalité que si j’avais fait ce qu’il faisait dans le film, je ferais mettre une injonction contre  moi-même.

• Si je mange un énorme repas et que je peux avoir la fille pour me frotter le ventre, je pense que c’est aussi romantique que je puisse le penser.

• J’ai grandi Mormon. Je n’étais pas vraiment Mormon, mes parents l’étaient.

• Je pense que nous sommes très compliqués et que nous sommes capables de tout un tas de choses, et les films ne reflètent pas cela.

• Pour l’instant, je vais juste continuer à faire le travail et espère ne pas être viré. Si les gens veulent me mettre sur leurs murs, j’aimerais ça.

• J’ai grandi dans une famille de fortes femmes, et je dois n’importe quelle capacité que j’ai pour comprendre les femmes à ma mère et à ma grande sœur.

• Je pense que nous avons su que nous avions un film quand Rachel est entrée dans la pièce.

• Je n’aime pas le processus de rencontrer quelqu’un et de faire un film et c’est tout. Tu crois que tu viens de commencer et puis c’est fini.

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• If I have any particular appeal to women, maybe it’s because I listen more than other guys do and appreciate how they think and feel about things.

• I don’t like to be entertaining. I don’t like the feeling of being entertaining. If there was a musical or a comedy that was not just for entertainment but was rooted in something I could relate to on a real level, then I think I would do it.

• I feel like everything has happened naturally.

• As a kid I decided that a Canadian accent doesn’t sound tough. I thought guys should sound like Marlon Brando. So now I have a phony accent that I can’t shake, so it’s not phony anymore.

• I just sort of take it from a character perspective, and I don’t know if he was necessarily spiritual, but I do think he had hope. He was a character that was comfortable having hope in his life, and hope is faith.

• All my characters are me. I’m not a good enough actor to become a character. I hear about actors who become the role and I think ‘I wonder what that feels like.’ Because for me, they’re all me.

• I try to play characters who are different from myself, so I feel like this character is someone who is really different. I actually think that if I did what he did in this movie, I would get a restraining order put against me.

• If I eat a huge meal and I can get the girl to rub my belly, I think that’s about as romantic as I can think of.

• I don’t even think of myself as particularly good looking, and not at all a typical kind of Hollywood leading man sort of actor.

• I grew up Mormon. I wasn’t really Mormon, my parents were.

• I think we’re very complicated and we’re capable of all kinds of things, and movies don’t reflect that.

• For now, I’m just going to keep doing the work and hope I don’t get fired. If people want to put me up on their walls, I’ll love it.

• I grew up in a family of strong women, and I owe any capacity I have to understand women to my mother and big sister.

• I think we just knew that we had a movie when Rachel walked in the room.

• I don’t like the process of meeting someone and you make a film and that’s it. You think you’re just getting started, and then it’s over.

• Hollywood usually doesn’t have strong woman in films like that, and it’s stupid, so for the most part they’re usually being directed and written by men.

• I love being Canadian. I think growing up in Canada gives you a world perspective that I certainly enjoy.

• I think about death a lot, like I think we all do. I don’t think of suicide as an option, but as fun. It’s an interesting idea that you can control how you go. It’s this thing that’s looming, and you can control it.

• Freedom is such a gift.

• Sometimes I think that the one thing I love most about being an adult is the right to buy candy whenever and wherever I want.

• I think that you can sort of have your own personal journey and you know, you can just kind of apply that to whatever characters you’re playing.

• Acting isn’t that hard, really. I mean, I think that people make a big deal about it, but you just kind of try to say your lines naturally.

• I felt like I was going crazy as a kid. I wanted to be man, get a job.

• I know there are only so many characters I’ll be able to play.

• I try not to discriminate against genres.

• I’m waiting to get old – I think old guys with tattoos look good.

• If people want to put me up on their walls, I’ll love it.

• There’s a lot of pressure to be the lead of a film. I have done it. It’s not my favorite way to work.

• For me, I sort of felt like it was kind of a fairytale… but an interesting one. I don’t know of anybody who has had a romance quite like this, but I certainly know people who have stuck it out.

• I did this scene in ‘Lars and the Real Girl’ where I was in a room full of old ladies who were knitting, and it was an all-day scene, so they showed me how. It was one of the most relaxing days of my life.

• I just have my own taste, and I just try and stick with that. I’m just trying to play as many characters as I can for as long as I have an opportunity to.

• I sometimes forget to have breakfast in the morning, but when I actually buy a box of cereal, I will probably eat it not only for breakfast but also as a snack later on.

• I’ve been doing this since I was 12… I don’t want to act much longer; I can’t do one thing my whole life.

• If the character is true, the movie will fall into place. Or at least that’s what you hope.

• There’s good things about going to church.

• I did put on weight for the last half of the film, but the Ferris wheel scene was shot with a harness on me so that if I fell I wouldn’t fall all the way.

• I always wanted to entertain. When I was six, a scrawny, scrawny kid, I’d get in my red speedo and do muscle moves. I actually thought I was muscular. I didn’t know everyone was laughing at me.

• I have a friend that is a WWII buff, and we sat and talked a lot about stuff like the war and the reasons behind it, and you now it’s all in the uniform. Once you’re in it, it usually does all the work for you.

• I’ve learned it’s important not to limit yourself. You can do whatever you really love to do, no matter what it is.

• There used to be a candy called ‘Bonkers,’ which I believe to be the greatest candy of all time.

• You know us crazy kids. We’ll do anything crazy to our hair.

• I grew up in a family of strong women and I owe any capacity I have to understand women to my mother and big sister. They taught me to respect women in a way where I’ve always felt a strong emotional connection to women, which has also helped me in the way I approach my work as an actor.

• I feel it’s important to show that one thing that you do doesn’t define you as a human being. It doesn’t mean there aren’t ramifications or you shouldn’t pay for that but its not who you are.

• I never was that boy who loved gangster films, but when I was growing up, I was obsessed with the detective Dick Tracy. It was one of my favourite movies as a kid, and he really inspired me. I would have loved to be part of that golden age of Hollywood in the 1940s. It made me want to become an actor.

• I’ve wanted to make films since a really young age. It’s always been my passion.

• In New York, you’re forced to deal with life; it’s there in front of you on a daily basis.

• Working with someone is the best way to get to know someone, especially if it’s a creative endeavor.

• I always wanted to do a comedy, but I wanted to pick the right one. But it came down to working with Steve Carell. I’ve wanted to work with him since I met him years ago as a kid.

• I don’t think you can discriminate against budgets, you know? I’m an actor, I guess, so I’m just trying to play as many characters as I can. If there’s a character I think I can play, and they’re going to let me do it, I’ll do it whether it’s $10 or $1 million or more.

• I like working with actresses, and I like women a lot, not for obvious reasons, but just in that that there’s so much about what they bring to the scene that keeps it so interesting. Their instincts are so different, and they never explain them to you.

• I think it’s more interesting to see people who don’t feel appropriately. I relate to that, because sometimes I don’t feel anything at all for things I’m supposed to, and other times I feel too much. It’s not always like it is in the movies.

• The theme for me is love and the lack of it. We all want that and we don’t know how to get it, and everything we do is some kind of attempt to capture it for ourselves.

• I’m glad I have an outlet. I don’t think I would put my aggression elsewhere, but working on the projects I have worked on, you tend to benefit personally from trying to wrap your head around the way other people look at the world.

• I’ve lost perspective on what I’m doing. I think it’s good for me to take a break and reassess why I’m doing it and how I’m doing it. And I think this is probably a good way to learn about that. I need a break from myself as much as I imagine the audience does.

• If you do one good thing, that doesn’t define you either. Being around the kids in the juvenile center, they were engaging, they made us laugh but they were there for doing something terrible.

• It’s not good just to have life experience of film-making and that’s all. It’s hard to play a real person when you’ve been in jets and town cars for three years.