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Hottie in action! A fan captured Ryan Gosling filming his upcoming flick, How to Catch a Monster, on a Detroit bridge on Tuesday. The actor turned helmer was surrounded by a crew while he called the shots (pun intended) on the outdoor scene. At one point, Gosling was seen stretching and jumping up and down before the cameras began rolling. Directing can sure take it out of you! Gosling even risked his own life to get the perfect angle. He hopped over the railing of the bridge and leaned into the main camera man to ensure that he got just the shot he wanted. Honestly, can the man ever do wrong?! The Notebook star wore all black and a Detroit Tigers baseball cap on the set, showing some »
Sheeran attempts to take on the role of Ryan Gosling, but the "Hey, Girl" heartthrob's shoes are so hard to fill, it's a lost battle to begin with. Lucky for him he's got Bass, who, against the scenic backdrop, looks a little like Rachel McAdams.
- Liat Kornowski
It’s hard not to weep for Lance Bass, whose audition for Rachel McAdams‘ role in The Notebook is one of the most moving, tearjerking, and incomprehensible things I’ve seen in recent weeks. Weirder yet: Ed Sheeran, who delighted us at the Grammys with an Elton John duet, tried out for Ryan Gosling‘s role, but apparently producers felt that his thug-mobster-rapper accent wasn’t right for the Nicholas Sparks classic. Ugh!
Seriously, this is bizarre.
- Louis Virtel
"Omg, it's Ryan Gosling!"
Or so thought scores of dreamy-eyed fans who stumbled upon the scruffily handsome, blonde man followed by body guards and a video crew in Detroit Thursday.
Only problem: it was a fake. Ryan Gosling is in Detroit filming his directorial debut, "How to Catch a Monster." But the man who caused swooning, sighing and copious picture taking? That's just your average guy in Gosling's de facto uniform of a hoodie and sunglasses who happens to bear an uncanny resemblance to the Hollywood star.
So who is "Lyin' Ryan?" He's a local tax accountant named Doug ... but given the resemblance, we won't be surprised if he tries to make "Lyin' Ryan" the start to a new career as a body double in a sequel to "The Notebook."
While Doug says he's mistaken for Gosling every single day, he said he's never incited the pandemonium that happened during the "Lyin' Ryan" prank. »
- Kate Abbey-Lambertz
• A handful of American actresses have been rumored to be in consideration for the role of Hillary Rodham Clinton in upcoming biopic Rodham — Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Chastain, Reese Witherspoon, Amanda Seyfried, and Emma Stone, most prominently. But now a front-runner has emerged: British actress Carey Mulligan, who most recently starred as Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby. Mulligan hasn’t officially announced her candidacy for the role of the former first lady, New York senator, and secretary of state, but THR reports that the 28-year-old actress will soon meet with director James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) about the project. Rodham »
- Emily Rome
After being released in Germany this past spring, "Girl on a Bicycle" has landed North American distribution with Monterey Media, the company announced today. The film follows Paolo, an Italian bus driver living in Paris who is about to propose to his girlfriend when he comes across and becomes immediately infatuated with a mysterious girl on a bicycle. Monterey Media are planning a Fall 2013 release for the romantic comedy. “We are so very thrilled to be distributing Jeremy’s new film, following the Warner Bros. release in Germany. This is a truly delightful and funny comedy, an actual ‘date’ movie for both young and not so young,” commented Scott Mansfield, monterey media President. The film was written and directed by Jeremy Leven, who has not helmed a feature since 1994's "Don Juan DeMarco" but has been a screenplay writer on a variety of films, from "The Notebook" to "Real Steal. »
- Clint Holloway
Safe Haven, 2013.
Directed by Lasse Hallström
A young woman with a mysterious past lands in Southport, North Carolina where her bond with a widower forces her to confront the dark secret that haunts her.
Here we go again. Just about every year we get another romance film based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks. While I can't confirm whether his books are actually any good, I can certainly say that the films based on his books are far from good. Other than The Notebook, which I actually found to be watchable, all of the films do a horrible job at showcasing any romance whatsoever and usually have some asinine twist thrown in for no reason at all. Safe Haven is in no way like The Notebook, but just like all the other films. In fact it may actually be worse. »
- Flickering Myth
As Soderbergh's Liberace biopic hits our screens, why is it that homosexual love stories now work so much better than hetero?
We might have been able to guess that Soderbergh's take on the kitsch-addicted superstar would turn out to be "mesmeric, riskily incorrect, outrageously watchable and simply outrageous" (The Guardian). Or that Michael Douglas would be "shrewd, rude, wickedly funny" (Indiewire) in the central role. What is interesting is that the film, which was made for HBO because it was "too gay" for mainstream cinematic release, has turned out to be "both hilarious and heartrending" (The Playlist), an "intimate love story" (Thompson on Hollywood) and Soderbergh's "most emotional and touching work" to date (Hollywood Elsewhere »
- Tom Shone
This week I'm celebrating what, if I may be so bold, I believe to be the greatest Nicholas Sparks adaptation of all time: The Notebook. Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) are star-crossed lovers, repeatedly torn apart by societal differences. It's a tragic story of prevailing love - and Ryan Gosling's ability to build an entire house single-handedly. I'm sharing my favorite quotes below, but what are yours? "If you're a bird, I'm a bird." - Noah "You smug bastard." - Allie "It wasn't over. It still isn't over." - Noah Source: New Line Cinema »
- Maggie Pehanick
Chicago – At its best, Lasse Hallstrom’s “Safe Haven,” based on the book by the insanely popular Nicholas Sparks, is merely safe, Lifetime Channel TV Movie junk. At its worst, it’s pretty offensive and exploitative of women actually stuck in abusive situations and men forced into single parenthood after losing a spouse. As he has done before, Sparks takes real-world issues and turns them into manipulative devices. Hallstrom (“Chocolat”) has enough filmmaking skill to keep it from getting too boring despite the attempts on the part of the two remarkably dull leads to put you to sleep.
Julianne Hough has yet to find that breakout role that convinces me she’s more than a reality TV star and this certainly doesn’t make the case as she’s incredibly flat and unbelievable as a woman on the run from an abusive husband. Hough’s Katie jumps a bus »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
Mac Miller's next album, "Watching Movies with the Sound Off," drops on June 18, and in the lead-up the album, he stopped by MTV News to talk to our friends at RapFix to act out the name of his record.
In the newest version of the modern romance classic, Ryan Gosling is about to leave Rachel McAdams, but she has to convince him to stay in order to star in "Drive" and explain to people why he doesn't talk that much. He, on the other hand, has some issues with her performance in the bedroom. It's way better than the older version.
- MTV Movies Team
Just moments after making out with Ryan Gosling in the rain in "The Notebook," Rachel McAdams became America's romantic comedy queen. Since that 2004 film, McAdams has starred in a handful of screen romances, including popular box office hits like "Wedding Crashers" and "The Vow." Now, McAdams gets to revisit one of her misses, "The Time Traveler's Wife," in the time-traveling romance "About Time," a.k.a. "The Time Traveler's Girlfriend" a.k.a. "This One Uses That Of Monsters and Men Song and Stars Bill Weasley."
Written and directed by romantic comedy kingpin Richard Curtis ("Love Actually," the scripts for "Four Weddings and a Funeral," "Notting Hill" and "Bridget Jones' Diary"), "About Time" tells the story of Tim (Domhnall Gleeson, who played Bill in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2"), a young man with the ability to travel back in time to revisit and correct awkward romantic moments in his life. »
- The Huffington Post
Warning: The following recap contains major spoilers from Monday’s season finale of How I Met Your Mother. Read on at your own risk!
A day after Mother’s Day — and not a day too soon — How I Met Your Mother gave viewers the best present ever: a real glimpse of the titular mom (who appears to be played by Cristin Milioti from the Broadway musical Once)!
The big reveal comes on the heels of Ted announcing to Lily that he’s finished renovating his house »
- Vlada Gelman
This week: Tom Cruise proves naysayers wrong yet again in the above-average thriller "Jack Reacher," which was shot entirely in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is based on Lee Child's 2005 mystery novel, "One Shot."
Also new this week is the horror hit "Mama" with Jessica Chastain, the Nicholas Sparks adaptation "Safe Haven" with Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough and the Blu-ray 3D conversion of "Gamer" with Gerard Butler.
Box Office: $80 million
Rotten Tomatoes: 61% Fresh
Storyline: After five people are shot to death along a riverside Pittsburgh trail, a man is arrested and writes only one message: "Get Jack Reacher." Tom Cruise plays Reacher, an ex-military investigator who lives off the grid and ascertains that the accused has been framed. Reacher teams up with the accused's defense attorney (Rosamund Pike) to figure out who is really behind the shootings on the North Shore Trail and whether or not »
- Robert DeSalvo
Summer is almost officially here! Which means we all need to cool down, wash up and clean up our act. Only the way these 20 guys get scrubbed up leaves us feeling a teensy tiny bit dirty.
We’ve assembled a portfolio of 20 of our favorite foxy actors taking baths. Whether they’re surrounded by bubbles like Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, or soaking the natural way in a pond or lake like Eddie Redmayne in My Week With Marilyn, these guys are splashing into our fantasies. The only catch? No Pools. These boys will not be smelling like bleach–or the suntan lotion of the beach. These are bathing male beauties, and it takes all our self control not to jump through the screen to try to jump in with them.
[Photo Credit: The Notebook - New Line Cinema; Pride & Prejudice - BBC; Fight Club - 20th Century Fox; My Week With Marilyn - The Weinstein Company & BBC Films]
Related: The 25 Hottest People In The Rain »
- Meghan O'Keefe
Get ready to swoon: a video of Ryan Gosling smirking while his director talks about sex has appeared online.
In a happy coincidence, 'The Notebook' star also happens to be wearing a vest top that shows his perfectly defined arms in the one-minute clip.
This surely has to be one of the best ways to advertise an upcoming crime thriller?
'Only God Forgives' director Nicolas Winding Refn is seen telling Gosling: "Violence is like sex...it's all about the build-up," while the Canadian hunk smirks into the camera. We know what you're thinking, Gosling.
So the question remains, could Ryan Gosling Be any hotter?! Comments below please.
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- The Huffington Post UK
Are you up-to-date on your Nicholas Sparks films? Have you read every single book he's ever written? Well, now here's your chance to win a few prizes from his latest story, Safe Haven, that was recently made into a film starring Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough! We're giving away a Blu-ray copy of the movie, which comes out May 7 in stores, along with the novel!
Safe Haven is about a mysterious young woman (Hough) who flees to Southport, North Caroline in hope for a new life. She tries to keep to herself and hiding a certain secret, until meeting a new friend (Cobie Smulders) and a new love interest (Duhamel).
Safe Haven is a keeper, and such a great read! To win all you have to do is comment below what your favorite Nicholas Sparks film/novel is and why! He's got plenty to choose from: A Walk to Remember »
- Stephanie Webber
"Mean Girls" was unleashed into theaters nine years ago today -- and the stars of the movie haven't been the same since.When the movie was released on April 30, 2004, Lindsay Lohan was still a Disney girl, coming off squeaky clean movies like "Freaky Friday" and "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.""Mean Girls" made her a superstar. She was the one to watch. But these days, unfortunately, it's for all the wrong reasons.A lot of her costars, however, have fared Much better in recent years.Rachel McAdams starred in one of the most beloved dramas ever ("The Notebook"), Amanda Seyfried was just in an Oscar-nominated movie ("Les Miserables") and Tina Fey went on to create a critically successful sitcom ("30 Rock").Check out the gallery above to see how the entire cast's lives have changed in nine years, plus see their physical transformations as well!What's your favorite "Mean Girls" quote? »
- tooFab Staff
Singer Nicki Minaj is set to make her live-action film debut as she joins the cast of Fox's revenge comedy The Other Woman. According to The Hollywood Reporter the American Idol judge is in the final stage of negotiations to get on board the Cameron Diaz vehicle.
The comedy will be directed by Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook) and will also star Leslie Mann, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and fellow rookie Kate Upton, of Cat Daddy fame. It centres around Diaz finding out she is the other woman in an affair with a cheating husband (Coster-Waldau). She then teams up with his wife (Mann) and another of his mistresses (Upton) to take revenge.
Minaj, who has previously lent her vocal talents to Steffie the mammoth in Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, will play Diaz's opinionated assistant »
- Lauren Mullineaux
Singer Nicki Minaj is in negotiations to make her live-action movie debut by joining the cast of "The Other Woman" revenge comedy that stars Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Kate Upton. Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook, John Q) is directing the comedy, which centers on a woman (Diaz) who finds out that she is "the other woman" in an affair. She teams up with the wife (Mann) to get revenge on the cheating husband (Coster-Waldau). Upton will play another one of the husband's mistresses who also joins the revenge scheme. Minja will play Diaz's opinionated assistant at a law firm, a woman on her third marriage. The singer currently appears on "American Idol" as one of the judges and previously voiced a characters on "Ice Age: Continental Drift." "The Other Woman" will begin filming late spring/early summer in New York. »
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