To promote their film 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.', where a recently buffed-up Ryan gave viewers a taste of his impressive strength by demonstrating a full-on dancing lift with Al Roker.When asked about the 'Dirty Dancing' move he reportedly does in the film, Ryan asked host Ann Curry if she would like to "try it." When a shy Ann refused, Ryan ended up doing the lift with Al, after which Al replies, "Nobody puts Ryan in a corner!" (ETonline.com)
Ryan made an appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to promote his new movie “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” yesterday (June 20) after appearing on the “Today Show” with his co-star Emma Stone in the morning.
We added the first released photos of Ryan on Jimmy Fallon in our gallery, he brought his dog George with him. Keep an eye on this update, because we will add the video with interview as soon as it gets released.
hqs July 17: Departing from second Press Junket "Crazy, Stupid, Love" in NYC
We just came across a missing set of Candids from Ryan departing from a hotel after the second day of press in New York for “Crazy, Stupid, Love” last Sunday (June 17). You can watch the photos in our gallery.
We also added a few more photos from Ryan & Emma Stone appearing on the Today Show earlier today. Remember to watch Ryan tonight at Jimmy Fallon!
After last night’s “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” world premiere Ryan and Emma got up early to attend the ‘Today Show’ to promote their movie. We added the first photos of Ryan during his appearances in our gallery. We are still adding photos to the New York premiere as we write this.
You can watch the interview below or by clicking on this link. Ryan lifts host Al Roker ‘Dirty Dancing’ style!
Update: We added four more medium quality photos from Ryan and Emma during their interview for the show in our gallery. Be sure to check them out.
Actor Ryan Gosling ('Blue Valentine') opens up about his creative differences with Peter Jackson on the set of 'The Lovely Bones,' which led to Gosling leaving the production of the film. With Robert Duvall ('Get Low'), James Franco ('127 Hours'), Mark Ruffalo ('The Kids Are All Right'), Jesse Eisenberg ('The Social Network'), and Colin Firth ('The King's Speech').