Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone Premiere "Crazy, Stupid, Love"
Taking care of some media duties, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone were spotted on the "Today" show this morning (July 20).
The "Easy A" babe and the "Notebook" stud were both in fine form as the chatted about their new movie "Crazy Stupid Love."
Additionally, Ryan got a little up close and personal with Al Roker during the course of the interview.
Gosling ended up lifting Al up over his head, "Dirty Dancing" style and it only took him three tries!
Just weeks away for their film's theatrical release, the stars of "Crazy, Stupid, Love" gathered together at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City last night (July 19).
With Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling working the red carpet alongside one another, the two were joined by fellow castmates including Steve Carell, Marisa Tomei, Julianne Moore and Taylor Kitsch.
Prior the the red carpet event, Carell spoke with "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" about his "Crazy, Stupid, Love" co-star Gosling, as the Michael Scott actor revealed, "He's hilarious. I think people know him as a very intense dramatic actor, but he is also really funny. Also a great improviser too. Not to mention -- I can't tell you how many questions I've gotten about Ryan Gosling's physique!"
Going on to describe his own character - a man named Cal Weaver - Steve said that "after 15 years of marriage she [his wife] wants a divorce, and so I [Cal] jump out of a car. I decide to get back out into the dating pool. The local lothario, Ryan Gosling, helps me out to that end. At least that's sort of the beginning of movie, but the movie turns into much more then just that. Its just sort of the entrance into that."
"I think a lot of people can identify with it. I've had friends that have had long term relationships and marriages and are just left hanging. What do you do? The dating world there is certainly a different place, and you have to make some big choices as to what your going to do with the rest of your life," Carell added.
Due in cinemas on July 29th, the Glenn Ficarra and John Requa-directed comedy tells the story of "a father's life unraveling while he deals with a marital crisis and tries to manage his relationship with his children."
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