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Nearly a full month has passed since the 89th Academy Awards show committed what many have come to regard as one of the most egregious and high-profile faux pas in Oscars history: when “La La Land” was announced as best picture instead of the actual winner, “Moonlight.”
And yet, “La La Land” leading man and beloved Hollywood “nice guy,” Ryan Gosling, is only just now offering an explanation for his oddly blithe reaction to the best picture mix-up. Amid a legion of shock, bewilderment, and light chaos following the Academy’s correction, the camera panned to Gosling’s face as he erupted into a fit of laughter — picture that has since circulated the viral rounds of cyberspace.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Gosling explained that his reaction (which might have otherwise been interpreted as some derivative of bitterness) was actually motivated by a surge of relief.
- Emily Mae Czachor
This year’s Oscars saw the biggest mistake in the history of the Academy Awards when Warren Beatty announced Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” as the Best Picture winner when, in reality, the award belonged to Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight.” While on stage to receive the award that ended up not belonging to his film, “La La Land” star Ryan Gosling caught everybody’s attention for his reaction to the whole chaos: he just couldn’t stop giggling.
The actor had not offered any explanation for his reaction until Wednesday.
“What really was happening as I was watching, it was surreal anyway, I was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets and I felt like someone had been hurt,” Gosling »
- Yoselin Acevedo
While everyone on stage looked distraught during the Oscars Best Picture mishap when “La La Land” was erroneously crowned the winner, Ryan Gosling was seen laughing. Now, he’s explained why. “What really was happening as I was watching, it was surreal anyway, I was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets and I felt like someone had been hurt,” Gosling said while speaking at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas, according to Entertainment Tonight. “I thought there was some kind of medical situation, and I had this worst case scenario. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
‘I thought there was some kind of medical situation,’ the La La Land star says, citing relief for his reaction during best picture gaffe
Ryan Gosling has explained the mysterious fit of the giggles he suffered at last month’s Oscars ceremony.
The La La Land actor was pictured attempting to hold back laughter as it was revealed that his film had incorrectly been awarded best picture.
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- Gwilym Mumford
While his cast and crew couldn't hide their shock, the 36-year-old actor couldn't help but giggle through the mix-up -- and didn't offer an explanation for the unusual reaction until Wednesday.
Watch: How the Oscars Best Picture Mix-Up Happened: Everything We Know About the Envelopes So Far!
"What really was happening as I was watching, it was surreal anyway, I was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets and I felt like someone had been hurt," Gosling shared while speaking at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas. "I thought there was some kind of medical situation, and I had this worst case scenario playing out in my head."
"And then I »
The “La La Land” team had the rug pulled out from under them after their movie was mistakenly announced as the winner for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Related: Fake Ryan Gosling Accepts ‘La La Land’ Award Onstage Lead actor Ryan Gosling was arguably the most entertained person at the awards show, laughing onstage when […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
One of the biggest upsets in Oscars history happened this year when La La Land was crowned best picture instead of Moonlight, the rightful winner. While many were visibly shocked, Ryan Gosling seemed unbothered as he smiled during the painfully awkward incident. During an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, the actor was asked about his reaction, to which he responded, "What can you say? I was very happy for Moonlight at the same time. It's such a wonderful film. It's great to see such great work acknowledged." The following day, Ryan spoke at Adobe Summit's digital marketing conference in Las Vegas, and furthered touched on the matter, saying it was "surreal" and he thought someone had been hurt as he "was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets." "I thought there was some kind of medical situation, »
- Monica Sisavat
Sometimes all you can do is laugh.
“What really was happening as I was watching, it was surreal anyway, I was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets and I felt like someone had been hurt,” the 36-year-old actor told Adobe Cmo Ann Lewnes at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
- Mike Miller
This article originally appeared on EW.com.
The actor is no stranger to music, having recently released the single “Thief,” and in his upcoming film Baby Driver he plays Baby, a getaway driver who is aided by his personal soundtrack.
Watch the cover above. »
- Derek Lawrence
Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal have been busy promoting their new movie, Life, and have been fittingly giving us just that with their press interviews. The two recently sat down with Wired to answer the web's most searched questions about themselves, and they could barely keep it together. Not only did they poke fun at some viral videos about each other (including Ryan's evil twin and Jake's obsession with "Bad And Boujee"), but they also hilariously explained how Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds are related. While the latter is known for being a total jokester, we have to admit, we love seeing this new side of Jake. Can these two make another movie together Asap? »
- Kelsie Gibson
La La Land took the movie-loving world by storm last year and somehow, a very classic musical about a jazz musician and a struggling actress became the most nominated movie heading into the 2017 Academy Awards. Despite the big snafu with the Best Picture Oscar, La La Land walked away with a few statues it sorely deserved. Specifically, composer and songwriter Justin Hurwitz walked away with two Oscars for his contributions to the movie. That is a lot of success for a guy who is barely in his 30s, but he is just getting started.
Justin Hurwitz decided to make an appearance at this year's SXSW in Austin, Texas to do a piano side Q&A and performance. I was lucky enough to chat with the Oscar-winner beforehand about everything from that whole Best Picture fiasco to what he hopes to accomplish next in his career. It is very clear when »
Ansel Elgort is a modern-day Renaissance man. A skilled actor (you can see him next in Baby Driver) and devoted Knicks fan, Elgort is a fellow of many interests. When he's not creating sexy music videos with his girlfriend, he's covering musical hits and sharing them on Instagram. Case in point: on Tuesday, he posted a video of himself playing the piano and singing to "City of Stars" from La La Land. He's no Ryan Gosling, but he definitely does the song justice. Little cover "City of Stars" from La La Land. A post shared by Ansel Elgort (@ansel) on Mar 21, 2017 at 11:33am Pdt »
- Maggie Pehanick
By Eric Blume
It’s difficult to review Song to Song, the latest film from Terrence Malick, because based on the standards of cinema (plot, characters, structure, acting, etc.), it’s a pretty terrible movie. But with this film, Malick continues his journey to discover some sort of new cinematic language and style that has a weird beauty all its own.
The story, such as it is, revolves around three people in the music business (played by Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, and Ryan Gosling). They go in and out of relationships with each other and a few other folks (notably Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, and Bond girl Berenice Marlohe). Malick gives you no real sense of time, so it’s never 100% clear what happens when exactly. But there are many, many scenes with those five people running their hands over each others’ bodies while voiceover proclaims banalities about sex and connection. »
- Eric Blume
Matthew Vaughn’s much-anticipated sequel to 2015’s critical and commercial smash hit Kingsman: The Secret Service has once again had another release date change. However, instead of being pushed back for a second time, this time the date has moved up.
According to Exhibitor Relations, Kingsman: The Golden Circle will now release one week ahead of its intended October 6th release date, on September 29th.
Fox's Kingsman: The Golden Circle has been bumped up a week–the sequel will now open 9/29/17 instead of 10/6.
— Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) March 19, 2017
The reason for such a small release date shuffle is simply because 20th Century Fox does not want the movie to go up against the highly anticipated Blade Runner: 2049, a sequel to the original beloved classic that stars Ryan Gosling and sees Harrison Ford returning to one of his most iconic characters. Releasing on September 29th only puts the sequel up against »
- Robert Kojder
Just when you thought award season was over, along comes another one… Last night Camden Roundhouse got was host to some very important people for the 2017 Three Empire Awards.
The awards are voted for by readers of the film magazine and tend to produce very different results to the likes of the BAFTAs and Oscars, the focus being much more on the fan favourite films that often get overlooked by the industry-led awards. Ryan Reynolds‘ Deadpool for example found no love at the Oscars, but was nominated for five Empire awards, taking home just one of them. Similarly Amy Adams was missed off of several Best Actress categories this season despite her amazing work in both Arrival and Nocturnal Animals. Sadly she lost out again, but at least she was nominated.
The big winner of the night was Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the film scooping up three of the big awards – Best Director, »
- Kat Hughes
The rare specialty sequel led the weekend with Danny Boyle’s “T2 Trainspotting,” 21 years after the original’s breakout success. The TriStar release had the best initial numbers since the late-year awards contenders, but other debuts showed results that seemed underwhelming next to their pedigree.
This time last year, we saw the release of crossover successes “Eye in the Sky” and “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” but 2017 lacks the same heft. Last week’s breakout, “A Very Sordid Wedding” (The Film Collective) continued at its sole Palm Springs location but didn’t report results, suggesting the $40,000 start had a strong component of premiere hoopla and higher event pricing.
T2 Trainspotting (Sony) – Metacritic: 64; Festivals include: Berlin 2017
$180,000 in 5 theaters; PTA (per theater average): $36,000
- Tom Brueggemann
The 36-year-old actor was spotted along with Eva Mendes and their two daughters — Esmeralda, 2, and Amada, 11 months — enjoying a private Ultimate Jungle Trek tour at Jungle Island in Miami on Saturday.
During their behind-the-scenes look at the popular wildlife-and-botanic park, the sweet couple, who are animal lovers, came face-to-face with Mama Cass, one of the only tame cassowaries on the planet, a source tells People.
The private family also got to experience hands-on activities including touching the white collar of an Andean condor, »
- Becky Randel and Jessica Fecteau
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes experienced every animal lover's dream during a recent trip to the zoo. E! News has exclusively learned the A-list couple brought their daughters, 2-year-old Esmeralda Gosling and Amada Gosling, 10 months, to Jungle Island in Miami Friday for a fun-filled day of up-close wildlife encounters and more. The family was joined by Eva's mother, a nanny and a security guard and remained there for more than two hours. As visitors toured the park elsewhere, the group enjoyed a private Ultimate Jungle Trek Tour, where they were taken on a behind-the-scenes journey of the popular wildlife and botanic park. Eva and Ryan interacted with a number of animals, »
Wim Wenders has played a big part for Reda Kateb with films Paris, Texas, The State Of Things, Buena Vista Social Club, and The Soul Of A Man and he recently starred with Sophie Semin in Les Beaux Jours D'Aranjuez, based on a Peter Handke story and appears in Wim's latest, Submergence, starring James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander. Longtime Nick Cave collaborator Warren Ellis, who is featured in Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth's 20,000 Days On Earth and is the composer for Deniz Gamze Ergüven's Mustang, got involved with Étienne Comar's Django through Reda's film Pitchoune.
Cave and Ellis did work for David Oelhoffen's intimate Loin Des Hommes, in which Reda starred opposite Viggo Mortensen. His next film, Territoires, will be with Alice Winocour's Disorder star Matthias Schoenaerts, »
- Anne-Katrin Titze
When you have a movie starring Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman, you might think that would be cause for celebration this weekend. But it turns out that the film they are in, Song To Song, is more like a cause for pain. As I say in my video review above, this latest piece of cinematic indulgence from director Terrence Malick is a waste of talent and time that basically is just the latest in a series of diminishing efforts… »
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