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    Ryan Gosling Says His Wife Eva Mendes And Daughters Gave Him “Some Tips” For ‘I’m Just Ken’ Oscars Performance

    Ryan Gosling‘s performance at the Oscars was a highly anticipated one, and he did full justice to it. Though the Oscars this year were adorned with a star-studded performance line-up, Ryan Gosling stood out with his iconic Marilyn Monroe-inspired act.

    Before the Oscars, he also opened up about the efforts that went into doing it. However, the ‘Barbie‘ actor has now revealed that his wife and children played a huge role in honing his performance to perfection.

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    Ryan Gosling in 'Barbie' (Credit: Barbie)
    Ryan Gosling in ‘Barbie’ (Credit: Barbie)

    At the world premiere of ‘The Fall Guy‘ during SXSW in Austin, Ryan Gosling opened up about his memorable performance ‘I’m Just Ken‘ at the 2024 Oscars and the support he received from his partner Eva Mendes, and their daughters Esmeralda Amada and Amada Lee.

    Describing the experience as “great“, Gosling said, “It was so fun because they came to the dress rehearsal the day before and so they were in the front row.”

    They gave me some tips and some notes, all great notes,” he said. “They are such a huge part of this for me…it was my girl’s interest in Barbie and disinterest in Ken that got me into this in the first place. It was beautiful to have them there at the end,” he added.

    At the Oscars, Gosling’s rendition of ‘I’m Just Kencaptivated audiences, even though he ultimately lost out on the Best Original Song award to Billie Eilish’s ‘What Was I Made For?’. He was joined on stage by co-writer Mark Ronson, Wolfgang Van Halen, Slash, and a group of men dressed as Kens, including Scott Evans, Simu Liu, Kingsley Ben-Adir, and Ncuti Gatwa.

    Reflecting on the performance, Gosling’s wife Eva Mendes expressed her excitement over a video showing Martin Scorsese enjoying the show, describing it as “the best video ever.”

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    Ryan Gosling Is Set For The Release Of His Next Film ‘The Fall Guy’

    Ryan Gosling reveals his daughters haven't seen 'Barbie' (Credit: X)
    Ryan Gosling reveals his daughters haven’t seen ‘Barbie’ (Credit: X)

    Fresh off his Supporting Actor nomination, Gosling leads the action-comedy ‘The Fall Guyas Colt Seavers. In the film, he shares the spotlight with co-star Emily Blunt.

    Gosling also opened up about the challenges of performing stunts for the film, including a harrowing twelve-story drop from a building, especially when he has an active fear of heights.

    They dropped me twelve stories off of a building and I have a fear of heights,” he told People. “I mean I did a few more things and I would have been happy to say I did none of my own stunts in this movie but it was important that I do a few, especially the actor that starts the film.”

    It helped me to understand exactly on some small level what they do every day,” he added.

    In ‘The Fall Guy, stunts take center stage in a movie-within-a-movie scenario, with Blunt playing the director tasked with overseeing the film’s wild stunt sequences. The star-studded cast includes Winston Duke as a stunt coordinator, Hannah Waddingham as a producer, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a leading man, and Stephanie Hsu as his assistant.

    The Fall Guy‘ is set to hit theaters on May 3.

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