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Ryan Gosling Cries to Taylor Swift in ‘The Fall Guy’ Teaser Trailer

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Ryan Gosling Cries To Taylor Swift In 'the Fall Guy' Teaser Trailer

Ryan Gosling was spotted shedding tears in a car while listening to Taylor Swift‘s ‘All Too Well’ in a recent teaser trailer for the upcoming film ‘The Fall Guy.

The film, adapted from the popular 1980s TV series of the same name, features Gosling in the lead role of Colt Seavers, originally portrayed by Lee Majors. Joining Gosling in the star-studded cast are British actors Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Hannah Waddingham, as well as US star Stephanie Hsu.

In a poignant moment from the trailer, Gosling’s character is approached by Emily Blunt’s character Jody, his ex-girlfriend in the movie, while he mournfully listens to Swift’s emotional track ‘All Too Well’. When questioned about his choice of music, Gosling’s character responds with a cheeky, ‘Doesn’t everybody?’.

‘The Fall Guy’ is set to highlight the dynamic and often underappreciated work of stunt performers in the film industry, with renowned director David Leitch at the helm of the action-packed comedy.

The upcoming film is slated for a release on May 3, promising fans an exhilarating cinematic experience that blends nostalgia with contemporary storytelling. With an ensemble cast that includes talented individuals like Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Hannah Waddingham, ‘The Fall Guy’ is set to make a significant impact in the entertainment industry.

Rachel Adams

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