Both starts have proven their talent and have been in business for a while. These two actors are in their element whether the movie be a laugh-out-loud comedy, romance, or action thriller. Magic happens when both stars are together on the screen and show their acting prowess.Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling shared the screen in three films. Each screen togetherness is darling in their way. The actors first collaborated in the 2011 rom-com Crazy, Stupid, Love. The effect is visible that it further culminated with the 2016 Oscar juggernaut La La Land. Their onscreen chemistry was so powerful, that Emma Stone told E! News, “she couldn't even imagine what my life would be without Ryan." their successful career led towards another movie together. Their sizzling chemistry led directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa to note, in ET, that they "get on like a house on fire."
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
Crazy, Stupid, Love is a romantic comedy, and duo romantic comedies are always a win. The movie never fails to be successful when the movie has two powerful actors in the cast. The actors Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling have charismatic personalities and powerful onscreen chemistry. The romantic comedy movie Crazy, Stupi, Love was released in 2011. The man Cal (Steve Carell) seeks help from a new friend Jacob (Gosling) after splitting from his wife (Julianne Moore) for cheating on him. The script is written by Dan Fogelman, it is about a middle-aged man trying to hook up with as many women as he can, putting himself back out there in the nightmare that is modern dating, Jacob helped his friend Cal in dating. As the story progresses, Jacob develops feelings for Hannah played by Emma Stone. Gosling gives his charm offensiveness in the movie and Stone's winning combination of plucky nerdiness that gives way to accessible lovestruck wildness is near a career-best. Only to explode in ecstatic glee at the sight of his abs, is as funny and sexy a moment as has ever graced the rom-com genre, A scene where she cheekily commands Gosling to remove his shirt. If you are looking for a movie that will give you butterflies while also laughing out loud, it is time to watch Crazy, Stupid, Love.
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Gangster Squad (2013)
The movie ‘Gangster Squad” is directed by the Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer, released in 2013 and it is an intense action movie. The duo Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling starred alongside big names like Josh Brolin and Sean Penn. The movie Gangster Squad is based on an actual group of LAPD officers and detectives who refer to themselves as the Gangster Squad. Thanos and Cable actor Josh Brolin cracked down on Sean Penn's Mickey Cohen, a kingpin in 1949. The charming Ryan Gosling playing the role of Sgt. Jerry Wooters and the beautiful Emma Stone play an aspiring Hollywood star named Grace Faraday. The duo has powerful chemistry on the screen. Penn spends most of the movie trying to push through his excessive makeup with a genuinely intriguing, hard-boiled performance. While Fleischer himself wants to craft an old-fashioned gangster flick or spend two hours spoofing the genre, he can’t make up his mind. In the middle of the movie, Fleischer suddenly gives up and throws his hands up, devolving the proceedings into an uber-violent sub-par action movie.
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La La Land (2016)
La La Land is the Best Picture flub of 2016, it is a fairly modest little movie and one of the best movies to have come out in modern movie history. The movie was successful just because of the remarkable performances from both Stone and Gosling. The movie follows an inspiring young actor, Mia. When Mia meets Sebastian, who is an inspiring young musician, the two young artists eventually fall in love. La La Lan is about the complex and truly heartwarming and heartbreaking relationship between the couple that leaves us clamoring for more. This film went on to win six Academy Awards and at the 2017 Oscars, the movie got caught up in the unforgettable Best Picture mix-up debacle. The duo Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are soulmates personified on-screen.
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