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Your Daily Gosling

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So, we haven’t had a “Your Daily Gosling” in awhile, primarily because Ryan‘s still with Eva Mendes, who may or may not be in the early stages of pregnancy, and I think people* are getting pretty sick of seeing Ryan and Eva hanging all over one another in public. And I get it. Bo-ring.

But these pictures are from the red carpet event for Ryan and Eva’s movie, The Place Beyond the Pines, where Ryan plays a white trash-kind of guy who fathers a baby with a white trash-kind of girl, who is played by Eva. Ryan also rides motorcycles and has Johnny Depp-Cry Baby tattoos.

Also, Eva Mendes is definitely tweaking her face. But I guess that’s what those who have insecurity issues to begin with do when they’re dating someone almost a decade their junior and trying to pass themselves off as super-special marriage and mother material.

Ryan just looks so, so happy, doesn’t he?

*It’s me, guys. It’s all me.

Ryan Gosling Is Directing The Most Wonderful Movie of All Time

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If we’re being completely honest, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve been all about Ryan Gosling. Maybe it’s Eva Mendes, maybe it’s because he hasn’t saved anyone’s life in a while, but I don’t know, I just haven’t been feeling it lately.

That’s all changing though, because Ryan Gosling wrote a script called Catch A Monster, he’s directing the movie, and he cast Christina Hendricks in the leading role, so he’s officially a dreamboat again.

Here’s a brief summary of the film:

Catch a Monster weaves elements of fantasy noir with suspense to create a modern fairy tale set against the surreal dreamscape of a vanishing city. Hendricks (Mad Men) would play Billy, a single mother of two who is swept into a macabre underworld, while her teenage son discovers a secret road leading to a underwater town.

They’re shopping the movie around at the Toronto International Film Festival, and they’re not even going to work on it until next spring, but I think I’m going to go ahead and start working on my letter to Ryan Gosling thanking him for making my new favorite movie. Maybe I just have Ryan Gosling-shaped stars in my eyes, but this sounds absolutely wonderful, right?

So, Eva Mendes is Proposing to Ryan Gosling? That Right?

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Can I get a collective “ugh,” please?

From Us Weekly:

Looks like Ryan Gosling isn’t going to be a young, free and single star for much longer as girlfriend of just a year, Eva Mendes is reportedly planning to propose to him.

The 37 year-old is reportedly ready to settle down and rather than waiting for the ‘Drive’ stud to propose to her she is taking the reins in the romance and suggesting to him that they get hitched.

A source told Us Weekly: “She starting to think about marriage and kids. She loves serious relationships, and she wants all of that.”

Luckily she has already got his mother, Donna on side so if she wants permission we think the ‘Hitch’ star might just get it. “Eva hit it off with Donna immediately,” the close friend explained. Now they text and email all the time!”

While Eva supposedly doesn’t believe in marriage, traditional Ryan is said to want to tie the knot before having children and with her biological clock ticking, the actress is probably feeling the pressure to get a move on.

According to Showbizspy.com an insider said: “Ryan believes in marital commitment before children, but Eva doesn’t support the institution of marriage. She’s very outspoken about it.”

“She considering caving and actually proposing to Ryan on their one-year anniversary in September.”

Now, don’t get me wrong—I think it’s perfectly acceptable for a woman to propose to a man, absolutely. But Eva Mendes? Proposing to Ryan Gosling? Color me biased, but this should just not happen. Like, if he was so into her, he probably would have popped the question by now, am I right? He seems like the type to not want to rush anything that’s important to him, especially when it comes to deciding the fate of a relationship. Does Eva really want to have this kind of guilt hanging over her head for the rest of her life if she does propose and he does accept (out of sheer fear of not wanting to hurt her feelings)? I know I sure wouldn’t.

Git up and git gone with your bad self, Eva.