Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

“Stuntman”: Will Ryan Gosling’s new movie also be a hit?

Ryan Gosling he has been involved with acting since childhood. In the 1990s, he appeared in the cult “Mickey Mouse Club” with Christina Aguilera and Keri Russell. One of the most important moments in his developing career was the main role in the series “Young Hercules”.

Gosling’s role in “The Fanatic” brought him real fame. It was awarded the Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Henry Bean’s film gained him recognition in the community. Since then, Gosling has been consistently climbing to the top of acting. The 43-year-old actor managed to avoid the curse of child stars. Today he is one of the most valued and liked actors in Hollywood.

On May 3, the comedy action film “Stuntman” will be released in Polish cinemas, in which the title role was played by “Barbie” star Ryan Gosling. The Canadian actor’s screen partners include: Emily Blunt, Winston Duke, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Hannah Waddingham. David Leitch’s production tells the story of a Hollywood stuntman, Colt Seavers, who decides to abandon his profession after a life-threatening accident. However, when the star of a high-budget film directed by his former lover disappears in mysterious circumstances, the hero decides to return to the industry. The world premiere of the film took place on March 12 as part of the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.

The film is already receiving enthusiastic reviews – the title received a 90% rating on the opinion-forming website “Rotten Tomatoes”. positive reviews from critics. The star of the production revealed in one of his recent interviews that his new project made a huge impression on Steven Spielberg himself, who congratulated him on his success during the recent Golden Globe Awards gala. “He gave me a hug and said, ‘I saw ‘Stuntman’ and I absolutely love it. If Steven Spielberg thinks it’s a great movie, the rest doesn’t matter. I can’t wait for everyone to see it,'” Gosling said, clearly excited. .

However, working on the set of the film was not easy for the actor. In an interview with People magazine, the Golden Globe winner revealed that he had to face his own acrophobia, or fear of heights, while filming the stunts. As he himself admits, thanks to this experience he began to admire people who perform film acrobatics even more. “I was thrown from a 12-story building, and I’m afraid of heights. However, I wanted to do at least a few stunts myself, that was important to me. It helped me understand, at least to a small extent, how difficult the daily work of a stuntman is,” said the star.

During the film’s recent premiere, Gosling took the opportunity to thank Logan Holladay, the stuntman who performed his most dangerous stunts. “There is a moment in the movie when he fastens my seat belt just before he does a stunt. After the recording, I get out of the car and he pats me on the back appreciating the stunt he did himself. Isn’t that crazy? What I like most about this movie is “It’s great that we’re revealing such things. It’s a great opportunity to thank stuntmen for their incredible contribution to the art of filmmaking,” the actor noted.