Perhaps Brad Pitt’s new routine of Bon Iver, sculpture and vaping is responsible for this heartening bit of news: it seems that he’s having “cordial conversations” with Angelina Jolie after nearly six months of acrimonious silence.
The enigmatic and achingly precise Terrence Malick has aimed his camera at all manner of subjects—now, in the forthcoming Song To Song, he has taken on the rock music scene in Austin, Texas. Save for stunning visuals, I’m never sure what to expect from a Malick film, but this one looks good.
Damien Chazelle, director of a movie I liked a lot (Whiplash) and a movie I didn’t like much at all (La La Land), will soon be directing Ryan Gosling (who was in La La Land but not Whiplash) in a biopic about Neil Armstrong (who was in neither), called, ahem, First Man.
Uh, yes we want to see the sequel to Blade Runner, which reprises Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard and casts Ryan Gosling as another Blade Runner. Uh, yes this standoff in the first trailer from Blade Runner 2049 looks intriguing and beautiful. Um, no it’s not cool that it will be long enough to gestate a baby if we get…
“That’s L.A.—they worship everything and they value nothing,” sighs Ryan Gosling’s La La Land character Sebastian. I’m not sure if this is a critique or a mission statement. Perhaps it’s both. Certainly, a movie that forces you to endure Gosling and Emma Stone sing multiple songs is trading in the crass depths of…
Hey girl, your imaginary boyfriend from 2009 Ryan Gosling isn’t quite sure how this whole meme situation got started because as per his recollection, those words have never tumbled out of his beautiful mouth.
La La Land, the upcoming Hollywood musical that appears to have given every movie critic in the world multiple full-body orgasms during its festival run this year, finally has a full trailer, and it gives the public our best look yet at the film’s plot (LA boy meets LA girl, boy and girl fall in love all over LA) and…
Great news, America: your erstwhile boyfriend Ryan Gosling is still on the market because, contrary to earlier reports, he did not get married to Eva Mendes. Maybe.
Old pals Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (who’ve previously starred as love interests in Crazy, Stupid, Love and Gangster Squad) are back at it again, this time playing an entangled jazz musician and inspiring actress in Whiplash director Damien Chazelle’s musical follow up, La La Land. Watch the trailer, and hear Gosling…
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we decide to get National Enquirer instead of some of the other rags because a reader requested it last week and it feels good to grant a wish. This week, Miley is pregnant in the U.S.A., Portia dumped Ellen, and Eva married Ryan.
Singer Chris Brown has been accused of asking his friends to beat the crap out of a photographer during a party he attended on a private yacht in Fort Lauderdale, and are you surprised?
Minnie Driver, best known for her performance as “Them Apples” in 1997's Good Will Hunting, has been sued by her neighbor, 74-year-old Daniel Perelmutter, for emptying out baby food jars, filling them with black paint, and throwing them at Perelmutter’s house. If you need to take a moment and reread that first…
Well, WTF is true, then?
John Cusack is seeking a restraining order against Marieretno Subali, a woman who’s accused of showing up at the actor’s home several times over the past few months and attempting to curse his penis.
I’m just writing to let you know that a grandpa in overalls and a farmer’s hat took down a bunch of paparazzi outside of an LA club after photographers started shoving his granddaughters. It was all for the sake of an group selfie with Kylie Jenner, and the dude kept a cigarette in his mouth the entire time. Sentences…
I dunno. His eyes are very tiny. That is the only noteworthy thing about his face. His chin is pointy. So is The Joker’s.
It might be difficult to imagine anyone resisting those hallowed, desperate lines—“it wasn’t over; it still isn’t over”—but apparently Hollywood men were not enthused by the prospect of depicting Noah in Nicholas Sparks’s The Notebook.
With two films to promote, it’s no surprise that Ryan Gosling did the obligatory host gig on Saturday Night Live. Though SNL has been a bit rocky this season (see the terrible Donald Trump-hosted episode), Gosling’s turn as host was charming, in large part because he couldn’t stop laughing.
The next time you rent yourself a foam machine for your next casual backyard barbecue and think, “This is going to be the best backyard foam party EVER”—well, think again, because your sensitive boyfriend Drake just took home the title of epic foam party host.
If you’re one of those chicks who’s ever faked an orgasm (cough), be advised: you’re breaking Nicki Minaj’s pink spandex-clad heart.