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The closest he’s come was an experience swimming with sharks in a pool at a water park. “When I got in, it was so dark you couldn’t really see, but they keep them well-fed and happy,” he says.

“Anyway, at
 a certain point they started getting pretty proactive, and then I looked up, and everyone was rushing out of the water.”

“I didn’t know what to do, but then I got close to this bridge, and this guy pulled me out,” he continues. “He was very apologetic to everyone and he said, ‘They usually don’t do this. They only do that if there’s the smell of urine. Did anyone pee?’”

Suddenly it’s horribly clear where this is going. And then he says it.

“I had peed.”

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This is the stuff,’ Ryan says, in aisle two of four. Then he piles them on the countertop. Kazoozles atop Nerds Ropes, twin packs of Hi-Chews, green apple and grape. He also feels strongly about Haribos, especially the multiflavored bag. ‘I like to call this the next level of candy,’ he says, with a thready graveness in his voice, either mocking seriousness or giving, in fact, a serious mocking. Over and over again, he uses his eyes to say: Are you with me? More enthusiasm, even as he goes on. ‘Hi-Chews! Look at these! It’s the candy that never quits on you. This candy is always worth the price. There used to be a candy called Bonkers, which I believe to be the greatest candy of all time.’ He pours coffee for both of us, with as much sugar as he can get in, and turns to the register before he continues. A girl stands at one end of the aisle, holding her phone up for a photo of him unaware. ‘For some reason, they discontinued Bonkers. These are good, you’ll see,’ he says, holding up the Hi-Chews. Then he hands me my coffee and says with a smile, ‘Sugar till you die.’ —from the Esquire interview with Ryan (via simplygosling)

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The project I’m most excited for outside of the bands is this film I’m scoring that was written by Ryan Gosling [How to Catch a Monster]. It’s his first feature-length as a director. He’s not in it. It stars Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Ben Mendelsohn, and the dude that plays Doctor Who [Matt Smith]. He’s crazy, he’s the villain. He’s really disturbing, and psychotic. He has a shaved head, and he wears this gold lamé jacket and drives around with a beat up chair on top of a convertible in dying Detroit. The soundtrack is incredible. We’ve been working on it since February. It’s gonna come out in October, and it’s gonna be really cool. This French cinematographer shot it, so it’s absolutely gorgeous if you like beautiful but strange cinema. —Johnny Jewel on How to Catch a Monster. (via howtocatchamonster)

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You know how sometimes department stores have these things where, if you win, you get 10 minutes and go in and take anything you want from the store? That’s basically what I’m doing. I’m running in and just trying to grab as many characters as possible before they pull the plug on me. —Ryan Gosling (via simplygosling)

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Do you make moral choices when you pick characters for big films?

Ryan: “No. As an actor, my job is a lot like your job. Being a journalist – you represent a character. You advocate for them to a certain degree, but you have to be objective, and present their faults and flaws along with their assets and good qualities. You try to give an affectionate portrait of that person, but it doesn’t mean that you are delusional and are trying to hide their flaws.” —(via simplygosling)

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Ryan was so wonderful to work with, he’s such a powerful actor. —Rachel McAdams on Ryan Gosling, October 2013 [x] (via fuckyeahmcgosling)*

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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. —Ryan Gosling (via simplygosling)

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In The Notebook, it turns out, she wasn’t exactly enamoured of her on-camera lover, Ryan Gosling. “We weren’t throwing Ming vases at each other, so it wasn’t loathing, but our relationship was not what you saw on the screen,” she says, carefully. “I would say that we were both, well, professional.” She admits that she was more surprised than anyone when she eventually started dating Gosling, two years after the film was made. “It certainly wasn’t something that either of us had expected would come out of that filmmaking experience,” she says, giggling. “Which goes to show you that you can engineer chemistry on screen just by telling the audience that these two people love each other. And, unless your actors are doing a really terrible job, I think people will want to see that. As an actor you don’t have to feel it. You don’t have to feel anything. Just imagine it.” —Rachel McAdams - The Times (August 2013)

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I tried to trick him into going on some rides at Disneyland. Basically I tried to trick him into going on the Tower of Terror because I convinced him that the elevator took you up to the ride, so once you got to the top, you could get out of the elevator and we would get on the ride and he would just wait up top. But the elevator is the ride. That’s the catch. So I took him on. And [laughs] there’s a picture of him [laughs] screaming for his life. And when it was over, all he could say for two hours was, ‘I can’t feel my legs.’ —Ryan Gosling on Nicolas Winding Refn’s trip to Disneyland (via simplygosling)

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A lot of the students are young girls, so they’re there with their mums, but they just kind of watch and tell me to keep it up. They try and be positive, but I’m so bad. I don’t even know what I like about it, but it’s like acting. I’m just compelled to do it and I do it to find out why. The not knowing is interesting. —Ryan Gosling on taking ballet (via simplygosling)

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