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Now, the world is set to fall in love with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone again, as they channel another Hollywood power couple, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.Like Fred and Ginger, the pair have never been romantically linked in real life.Chazelle had written his LA-set romance about a struggling jazz pianist and aspiring actress four years before he made smash hit Whiplash, which drew on his tortured experience as a jazz drummer.is a film so perfectly suited to its stars that it's incredible it wasn't tailor-made just for them.With the release of their third film together, they have become something of a Bogart (Humphrey) and Hepburn (Katharine, not Audrey) of this generation, a likeness both stars have surely heard before now, though perhaps not in the way director Damien Chazelle sees it. My voice is quite deep," she deadpanned, before smiling and considering the similarities. He played a womanizing playboy, and she was the one woman who initially rejects his advances.Even then, directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa knew they had found something special, singling out the scene where Stone and Gosling's characters begin to fall in love as their favorite in the film. The that the actor had initially put the moves on Stone before meeting girlfriend Eva Mendes, but she “wisely rejected Ryan’s endless indecent proposals.” The outlet’s dubious insider goes on to say that Stone “knew he cavorted with hordes of Hollywood hotties, and Emma’s not a notch-in-the-belt type.” The “source” then adds, in oddly unnatural language, “Passing on his passes, she kept heartthrob firmly in the ‘friend zone.’ And she’s beyond thrilled that he’s finally hooked up with baby mama Eva Mendes, so she won’t have to slap him on the wrist – or the kisser – anymore.” But Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us that Gosling and Stone have always kept their relationship friendly and professional.
It’s a film critics have called an audacious triumph, with 94% positive reviews on aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes.“A clear favorite in the Oscar best-picture race, , a tap-infused ballroom dance number, shot in an uninterrupted six-minute take on a city-gazing hilltop.They got two sunsets to get it right on film, each night a 30-minute race against a sinking sun.But it wasn’t until the third month of pre-production, as director Damien Chazelle ((in theaters Friday in New York and Los Angeles, expands to additional cities Dec.16), that Stone, 28, and Gosling, 36, officially reunited in their third film together.“They only put us together when they felt like we were both sort of ready,” says Gosling, settling in on a couch next to his co-star, with whom he past starred in 2011's Stone nods. "They had told me for so long that Ryan was the best dancer that’s ever lived.”Gosling grins.