The actor commented on the anecdote during an interview with ‘Entertainment Tonight.’
Ryan Gosling and the actress Eva Mendes have been in a relationship since 2011. It is worth noting that Ryan gave an emotional address to the actress when she received her “Best Actor” award at the Golden Globes. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, La Land ‘revealed that Eva is responsible for one of the best lines of the film written and directed by Damien Chazzele.
“‘In Los Angeles, anything is venerated, but nobody values anything,’ is a phrase that Eva once told me as a joke and I found it very funny,” says Gosling.
“So when I read the story of ‘La Land,’ I borrowed that expression. I thought it was funny enough to keep something true in that joke, “he concludes.
Gosling and Mendes are parents of two girls and have always kept their relationship away from the spotlights, in fact, since it transpired to media that are an official couple have not posed together on any red carpet. However, the actor is taking advantage of his mediation moment to thank his traveling companion for the continued dedication and inspiration that he brings. “There is no time to thank everyone, so I would like to try to thank one person properly.
“While I was singing and dancing and playing the piano and having one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on a film, my lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second, and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer.
“If she hadn’t taken that all on so I could have this experience, there would surely be someone else up here other than me today.”
La Land won 6 awards, but Moonlight is the best movie
The Hollywood Academy presented the awards to the best of the film industry with a new ceremony in Los Angeles. In the 89th edition, the host was Jimmy Kimmel.
The musical “La La Land,” with six statues, was the film with the highest number of awards in the 89th edition of the Academy Awards of Hollywood, although the most important Oscar of the night, the best film was for ” Moonlight ”
An Oscar that was first announced for “La La Land,” but when the whole team was on stage to pick it up, it was discovered that it had been a mistake and that, in fact, the prize for best film was, in fact, For “Moonlight.”
The film directed by Barry Jenkins also took the Oscar for best-adapted screenplay and best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali.