Fans 'Never Ask to Touch My Abs' Says Gosling
September 08, 2011
Aw, poor guy!
While it's hard to believe that Ryan isn't fending the females off with a stick, Gosling admits to The Insider's Brooke Anderson that this sort of breach of his personal space just "never happens."
Although he didn't have a lot more to say on the matter, Ryan tells Brooke that his new film Drive was a much-needed move away from the movies that propelled him into a heartthrob status like The Notebook, Blue Valentine and Crazy, Stupid, Love because he simply grew "sick" of himself.
"It was a relief to not have to talk. I just made a movie where I did a lot of talking, Blue Valentine, I just talk, talk, talk…and then I did press for it where I talked, talked, talked, and I was just sick of my own voice."
Watch the vid to hear more of Ryan on his "stud muffin" status, plus a few of the most embarrassing punks he survived from the one-and-only George Clooney on the set of The Ides of March.
Drive opens in theaters September 16.