I think Ryan respected her for standing up for her character and Rachel was happy to get that out in the open.
She’s many things.” “God bless ” Gosling lastly noted to GQ Magazine.
I really like how he explains their breakup, because it sounds like something your grandpa would say with a wise look and you’d say “I never thought of it like that, but that’s a really good way to describe it.” He said they “Went down swinging and called it a draw.” Who talks like that except cool old grandfathers?
It’s also a very gracious way of saying they fought a lot and that it was mutual: “I mean, God bless The Notebook,” Gosling says.
is one of the most iconic love-stories of the 21st century. They were committed to their characters and both of them are terrific artists in their own right. I would love to work with them [again].” Having not known they would end up together, Gosling told , “All I knew is that she was a force to be reckoned with. She’s not someone you can ever dismiss or put into any category.
After mentioning that the epic “What do you want” scene was improvised by Gosling, Cassavetes notes, “They deserve all the credit in the world, those guys.
“It introduced me to one of the great loves of my life.
But people do Rachel and me a disservice by assuming we were anything like the people in that movie.
I love that these things can go out there and affect people so deeply…” As both were relatively unknown actors at the time, Gosling and Mc Adams went on to achieve celebrity status as their devotion and dedication to their work is something Cassavetes will forever be grateful for.
It was as though we hadn’t fulfilled our destiny somehow, but, again, that’s flattering, because you’ve hit an emotional nerve with a two-hour movie.
Rachel Anne Mc Adams (born November 17, 1978) is a Canadian actress.