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Here's Ryan Gosling with his special lady, Eva Mendes, in Paris.
FilmDrunk favorite and gentleman snuggler Ryan Gosling is currently filming Lawless, a gangster film directed by Terrence Malick and co-starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.
This was our first week with the <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/10/site-news-an-improved-commenting-experience" target="_blank">new commenting system</a>.
Probably the best part of Drive was the embroidered scorpion jacket Baby Goose wore everywhere he went.
Ryan Gosling, who most recently <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/09/review-drive-is-dialog-free-true-romance" target="_blank">made psychopathy huggable in Drive</a>, made headlines this week when he gave his special lady, Eva Mendes a gift certificate (because that's the kind of thing In Touch reports on) to a restaurant he co-owns.
As everyone knows, Ryan Gosling is a cuddlesome human snuggle pillow made of puppydogs and cupcake sprinkles, and if he ever disappeared from the public eye, Huggalo nation would be devastated (and as a regional Grand Sparklepony of Huggalo Nation, I'm authorized to make such statements).
In Drive, Baby Goose barely says ten words, but manages to embody cinema's cuddliest psychopath.
Ryan Gosling, that sweet, puppy-loving drink of lemon meringue from the land of maple syrup, famously broke up a street fight in progress back <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/08/street-fight-witness-baby-goose-really-did-save-the-day" target="_blank">in June</a> (though news of the event didn't break until <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/08/baby-goose-breaks-up-a-street-fight-cures-road-rage-with-half-a-hug" target="_blank">a few weeks ago</a>).
THIS WEEK IN THIS WEEK IN POSTERS: Hugh Jackman teaches robots to box, Baby Goose drives, and Brooke Shields' daughter marries a horse.
Huggalos rejoice, it's a Ryan Gosling story.
It's hard for a die-hard Huggalo like me to imagine that anyone needed further proof that Ryan Gosling is a <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/08/choice-quotes-from-esquires-ryan-gosling-profile" target="_blank">human rainbow</a> wrapped in kitten fur and sprinkled with confectioner's sugar, but in case you don't believe that <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/08/baby-goose-breaks-up-a-street-fight-cures-road-rage-with-half-a-hug" target="_blank">the street fight he broke up</a> went down the way everyone says it did, there's a new interview with the witness to prove it.
Ryan Gosling, everyone's favorite cuddly bundle of sunbeam kittens, was the subject of this month's Esquire cover story, and as always, there's plenty to learn about the one we call Baby Goose.
Drive still isn't out for another few weeks, but Huggalos (that's fans of Ryan Gosling) rejoice, because today we've got video of him breaking up a street fight in New York.
DRIVE, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, starring Baby Goose, Bryan Cranston, and Christina Hendricks.
This comes from a clip from a German TV show that you can watch below.
George Clooney's first movie as a director was Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which was pretty solid, even if screenwriter Charlie Kaufman <a href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/3664683.stm" target="_blank">didn't like</a> the way he went with it.
We first heard about Ryan Gosling’s action star turn in Drive back in February when Vinnie told us about the casting news for <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/02/baby-goose-starring-in-logans-run-remake">the remake of Logan’s Run</a>.
Here are some little kids re-enacting Green Lantern.
Hey, girl, this is the trailer for Crazy, Stupid, Love, teaming Baby Goose with Steve Carell.