Each actor is playing a pulp type rather than a fully formed individual, but both fill in the blanks with an alchemical mix of professional and personal charisma." Gosling had been cast as the father of the murdered teenage girl and initially felt he was too young for the role. Gosling's second on-screen appearance of 2010 was in the mystery film All Good Things with Kirsten Dunst, based on a true story.
Following a three-year absence from the big screen, Gosling starred in five movies in 20. 2011 saw Gosling expand his horizons by appearing in three diverse, high-profile roles.
He co-starred in his first comedic role in the romantic comedy-drama Crazy, Stupid, Love, with Steve Carell and Emma Stone.
After a supporting role in the football drama Remember the Titans, Gosling secured a lead role as a young Jewish neo-Nazi in 2001's The Believer.
Director Henry Bean said he cast Gosling because his Mormon upbringing helped him understand the isolation of Judaism.
In 2002, he told the Vancouver Sun that he initially enjoyed working on the show, but began to care too much about the series, so it was no longer fun for him.
He wanted to spend more time sitting with and devising a character as well as play a variety of roles, so he chose to enter film and not accept any more television work.
Gosling portrayed a Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a getaway driver and he has described the film as a "violent John Hughes movie": "I always thought if Pretty in Pink had head-smashing it would be perfect".
Roger Ebert compared Gosling to Steve Mc Queen and stated that he "embodies presence and sincerity ...
where Gosling and Pitt portrayed a pair of high school seniors who believe they can commit the perfect murder.
Bullock played the detective tasked with investigating the crime.
He is a co-owner of Tagine, a Moroccan restaurant in Beverly Hills, California.