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Even Christina Hendricks Has Got A Case of the Goslings

It seems no one can resist Ryan Gosling‘s charms, not even Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks, whose nether regions were set atingle by the actor when she worked with him on his directorial debut, How to Catch a Monster. Okay, Christina’s married and there was no mention of tingling genitals, but that’s okay! We can all pretend! What she did say is that she was worried about “disappointing” him and that he’s a very hands on director. Woo hoo!

From Flare:

“Talk about feeling intimidated. [Ryan] called me and asked me if I was interested in doing this film and I said: “One, of course, yes, and two, why me? And three, I don’t want to disappoint you.” He’s been fantastic, involving me artistically and letting me be along the road of casting and costume design. I’ve seen story boards and imagery and I’ve heard music. It’s the largest role I’ve ever had, so this is one I’m definitely aware of my anxiety about.”

Ryan seems like he’d be a cool, laid back director, though I feel like it’s just something for him to do rather than something that’s super important to him and that he’s really dedicated to. Plus, now he’s taking a break from the acting world. What will we do without our dose of Gosling?

More pics from Christina’s Flaunt shoot below…

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  • Does anyone know when the film’s coming out? Hendricks and Gosling are two of my favourite actors so I’d like to see it x

  • I kind of like that he’s retreating for a bit – when people reach that level of notoriety it feels like they’re being shoved down your throat and makes me start to like them less… i guess because i feel if i already like them stop trying to sell them to me i’m already sold. this kind of happened with jennifer lawrence, i totally like her but I sort of need a break because people were talking about her sooooo much it was getting a little fangirl-entry-in-unicorn-sparkly-diary for me

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