“I’m so glad all of that got cut out”: Ryan Gosling Is Relieved He Did Not Have to Kiss One of the Most Famous Actress He Worked With in His Acting Career

"I'm so glad all of that got cut out": Ryan Gosling Is Relieved He Did Not Have to Kiss One of the Most Famous Actress He Worked With in His Acting Career
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Ryan Gosling is one of the most well-recognized and talented actors in Hollywood. Featuring in many of the actor has massively successful projects La La Land, The Notebook, Blade Runner 2049, and Crazy, Stupid, Love, he has made a name for himself as an incredibly skilled and versatile actor. He has been awarded for this time and time again, including being nominated for an Acadamy Award twice, for his work in La La Land, and Half Nelson.

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Having to kiss your co-star on-screen is nothing new in the acting profession. The act on its own can be one of the key moments in a film. Sometimes, however, a kiss is the last thing a film or the characters in the film need. This is what Gosling seemed to think when it comes to his most recent mega-hit movie, Barbie.

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Ryan Gosling Was Relieved That He Did Not Kiss His Gorgeous Co-Star

Ryan Gosling’s appearance in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie has become the highlight of the film for many. The character of Ken will definitely go down in history as one of the most iconic characters in the history of cinema. One of the key aspects of this character is the fact that he goes completely unnoticed by Barbie, being girlfriend and boyfriend only in name. Despite this, however, many were disappointed that the two did not kiss even once in the entire film.

Ryan Gosling in Barbie

“They don’t know how. It was so funny trying to figure out how, what their idea of kissing might be. I’m so glad all of that got cut out, because that was…” he stated.

Gosling does not seem to be one of these people, being glad that he did not lock-lips with his co-star, the beautiful and extremely talented, Margot Robbie. The actor revealed his reason for this, stating that he believes that the fact that these characters are dolls, would make the entire sequence very awkward. This actually seemed to be the case as a scene of the two kissing was in the script and was shot but did not make the final cut.

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Margot Robbie Was Sad That She and Ryan Gosling Did Not Kiss

Not everyone shares the same sentiment as Ryan Gosling, as the star of the film, Margot Robbie was quite upset by this development. The actress revealed that her friends were quite disappointed to find out that, despite being in a film with the beloved Notebook actor, Robbie did not lock her lips with her co-star even once throughout the span of the film.

Barbie film stars Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling
Barbie film stars Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling

“No that didn’t feel like a win for me. And all my girlfriends were like, ‘Well you did a whole movie with him, and you don’t kiss? What is wrong with you?’ And I was like, ‘I know.’ Can’t tick that one off.” she stated

The actress was quite upset when the scene where they actually did kiss was removed from the final cut of the movie. She also went on to add that this did not feel like a win for her as she felt upset that she did not get to cross Gosling’s name off her list of all the big-name actors that she has kissed on-screen like Brad Pitt, Jared Leto, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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Source: CinemaBlend

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