Ryan Gosling Having Second Thoughts On His Roles And The Effect On His Family

Ryan Gosling says having a family has changed his outlook on acting.

In an interview with WSJ Magazinethe 43-year-old actor opened up about being a father to his two daughters, Esmeralda Amada, 9, and Amada Lee, 8, whom he shares with longtime partner Eva Mendes.

Their needs lead him to avoid dark roles so that he can be in a better frame of mind when he returns home. “I don’t really take roles that are going to put me in any sort of dark place,” Gosling said.

“This moment is what I want to try to read in the room at home and feel what’s going to be best for all of us. The decisions I make, I make with Eva, and we make them with our family in mind first.

Gosling said this attitude adjustment was a new development for him.

“I think The The Earth was the first,” he said. “It was kind of like, oh, this will be fun for them too, because even if they don’t come on set, we practice piano every day or we dance or we sing.”

Some of the stunts from his new movie, The guy who falls just in time, made him think. One stunt in particular required him to climb down a safety harness from a ledge. “My body is turning to stone,” Gosling said.

“I think it happened when I had kids – really, you start to be a lot more aware of everything you do and everything you’ve already done and everything you’ll do if you have them opportunity.”

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News Source : deadline.com


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