Ryan Gosling New Movie 'Song To Song' Showcases 'La La Land' Actor's Singing Skills Once Again

Ryan Gosling has once again made ladies all over the world swoon with his role in "La La Land." His foolproof pairing with Emma Stone is also one of the main factors why the said movie was a big hit all over the world.

While many of the moviegoers wondered if there was a hand double who stood in for Ryan Gosling's piano scenes, it appears that the Canadian actor did all the piano scenes himself. According to Variety, Ryan Gosling actually spent three months to learn how to play the piano for his role in "La La Land."

Aside from his per usual acting chops, Ryan Gosling continued to dazzle the viewers as he showcased his musical skills in "La La Land." Will this open more musical roles for Ryan Gosling? Apparently, yes. According to Refinery 29, "The Notebook" actor's next movie role also entails him to showcase once again his singing skills.

Ryan Gosling's next film after "La La Land" is entitled "Song To Song" which by the title itself, is obviously oozing with musical numbers. The 36-year old actor will play the role of a rock star and the newest "Song To Song" trailer features Ryan Gosling singing "Runaway" by Del Shannon.

Aside from Ryan Gosling, "Song To Song" will also feature big Hollywood celebrities like Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara and Natalie Portman. The film will be directed by Terrence Malick and will reportedly be based in Austin. "Song To Song" actually began filming the city's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival since 2012 which is reportedly the crowd shots featured in the trailer.

While Ryan Gosling plays the role of a struggling rock star/song writer, his co-stars will play the role of a waitress, a music mogul and struggling musician. "Song To Song" cast and crew will be heading to SXSW 2017 this March before wrapping up for the movie premiere.


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