Ryan Gosling opens up on family life with Eva Mendes

Blade Runner 2049 star Ryan Gosling makes a rare comment on family life with his wife Eva Mendes.

(L-R) Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling. Image Source- Instagram Screenshot

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes, who are married since 2012, are leading a happy life. The couple first fell in love on the sets of The Place Beyond the Pines, and since then there has been no looking back. They have two daughters, Amada Lee Gosling and Esmeralda Amada Gosling. Regarding his married life, Ryan Gosling reveals that his daughters have got everything from Eva that parents do for their children. When it comes to the house, Eva is a cool parent.

In this context, in an interview to British GQ 7 the Blade Runner star says that, “7-year-old Esmeralda and 5-year-old Amada have a history of confusing their parents’ real-life jobs as actors mix their characters with more thrilling stories. live on screen”. This apparently prompts Esmeralda to shout at once “You’re winning!” Ryan while she was watching him shoot a fight scene with Harrison Ford for “Blade Runner 2049”, Ryan recalls.

He continuous, “When I was shooting for First Man, he thought I had worked on the moon. And now that I’m doing ‘The Gray Man’, my daughters think I’m a assassin for the CIA and my name is The Gray Man.”

Then, they says, mom might have reigned supreme, having acted in 1999’s ‘My Brother the Pig,’ where Eva starred in the film about a baby pig turning into a pig. Both saw this film during the lockdown. “I highly recommend it, by the way. Eva is amazing at this.”\

It is obvious that Ryan Netflix’s action thriller The Gray Man, directed by Russo Brothers will be released this year but the date has yet to be fixed. Then, he can appear in Warner Bros’ ‘Barbie’ alongside Margot Robbie. Later, he will next seen in Donald E. Westlake’s Novel ‘Memory’ Adaptation Film ‘The Actor’.

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