(Sorry, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.)Full of charm and chemistry, Stone and Gosling—why don't these two have a couple name yet?!—are poised to take home Oscars for their roles in the Hollywood-set musical, but the two have actually been making music for several years now.Emma and Ryan have a long working relationship, having worked together previously – as love interests – in Gangster Squad and Crazy Stupid Love.
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It's 2016 through a retro filter, feeling as of another time as Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, who always felt plucked from the classic Hollywood era. "That's a nice thing to say." EXCLUSIVE: John Legend and Emma Stone Can't Get Over Ryan Gosling's Real-Life Piano Skills in 'La La Land' .
With the release of their third film together, they have become something of a Bogart (Humphrey) and Hepburn (Katharine, not Audrey) of this generation, a likeness both stars have surely heard before now, though perhaps not in the way director Damien Chazelle sees it. My voice is quite deep," she deadpanned, before smiling and considering the similarities. He played a womanizing playboy, and she was the one woman who initially rejects his advances.
"I keep calling him , where Gosling played a '40s-era playboy cop and Stone was the social etiquette coach torn between him and mob boss Mickey Cohen.
Even in the period drama, the pairing brought a touch of rom-com -- "Magic?
However, sources have whispered in the past that Eva is not fully comfortable with Ryan’s relationship and closeness with Emma.
She’s not insecure or jealous, per say, just not “fully comfortable.” Again, it’s not impossible to comprehend – imagine you’re home and watching your kids, and your husband keeps working with the same actress over and over again, an actress who is currently single, has a reputation (however undeserved or deserved) for hitting on other people’s boyfriends, and who is at the top of her career.
It’s a film critics have called an audacious triumph, with 94% positive reviews on aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes.
“A clear favorite in the Oscar best-picture race, , a tap-infused ballroom dance number, shot in an uninterrupted six-minute take on a city-gazing hilltop.
Even then, directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa knew they had found something special, singling out the scene where Stone and Gosling's characters begin to fall in love as their favorite in the film.