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“I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time”: Ryan Gosling’s Romantic Comments About Ex-lover Sandra Bullock Before He Married Eva Mendes

"I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time": Ryan Gosling's Romantic Comments About Ex-lover Sandra Bullock Before He Married Eva Mendes

Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock shared the screen in the gripping psychological thriller Murder by Numbers, and rumors began to circulate that their on-screen chemistry had sparked a real-life romance. Despite the significant age difference of 16 years, with Bullock at 37 and Gosling at 21, the pair reportedly connected immediately and embarked on a relationship.

Although they never officially confirmed their status, their bond was evident at the film’s wrap party, where they appeared together. Their connection was further captured by the cameras on the red carpet of Ryan Gosling’s subsequent movie, The Believer. Gosling, known for his candor, shared something intriguing about Bullock, leaving fans curious about the depth of their connection.

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Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling

When Did Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock Start Dating?

Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock crossed paths while working on the psychological thriller Murder by Numbers in 2001. Bullock portrayed the determined detective Cassie Mayweather, while Gosling took on the role of Richard Hayward, a brilliant high school student involved in a meticulously planned murder. Despite their notable age difference of 16 years, with Bullock being 37 and Gosling merely 21, their connection flourished and they quietly embarked on a romantic relationship.

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Though they never explicitly confirmed their status, Bullock playfully hinted at something more during a 2003 interview with Cosmopolitan. When asked about their friendship, she responded with a coy remark suggesting that they were more than “just friends”.

Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock
Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock

“If you were to add the word ‘just,’ it would probably be a bit of a lie. So, I’d say we’re friends.”

Moreover, their appearance together on the red carpet at the Cannes premiere of Murder by Numbers in 2002 subtly confirmed their status as a couple.

Unfortunately, their relationship ended around the two-year mark in 2003. The exact reason for their breakup remained undisclosed, but Gosling later attributed their parting to the challenges posed by the entertainment industry.


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Who Did Ryan Gosling Date After Sandra Bullock?

Following their split in 2003, the details surrounding the end of Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock’s relationship remained undisclosed to the public. However, in a 2011 interview with The Times, Gosling shed some light on their breakup, attributing it to the demanding nature of the entertainment industry.

Reflecting on their time together, he expressed admiration for Bullock, considering her one of his most significant girlfriends. Gosling went on to date Rachel McAdams, his co-star from the beloved film The Notebook, and regarded both Bullock and McAdams as exceptional partners.

Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling
Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling

He humorously stated, “I’m in a committed relationship with film. I’m giving as much to it as a marriage. I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time. I haven’t met anybody who could top them,” while acknowledging his deep commitment to his craft. Currently, Gosling is in a relationship with Eva Mendes, while all the involved celebrities continue to pursue their respective careers.

Ryan Gosling will be seen in Barbie which will be released on July 21.

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Source: US Magazine

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