Monday, February 20, 2012

Gosling questions hound McAdams

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Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling 
LOS ANGELES - "Only questions about the movie!"
That's what Rachel McAdams' handlers told a press scrum before the Hollywood screening of her new romantic flick, The Vow, with Channing Tatum.
What the handlers were really telling the entertainment media was: "No questions about Ryan Gosling!"
Since her once better half has become the "It person" of the entire world, there's no escaping the rather rude questions McAdams has been peppered with by the American press.
Instead of, "Oh, Rachel, can you tell us how you liked working with Channing?"
Or "Rachel, what's your favourite designer of the moment?"
Even, "Rachel, what's in your bag?" -- the only thing tabloid reporters want to ask her about is Ryan Gosling.
Never mind that McAdams and Gosling broke up more than five years ago and she's been happily steady with actor Michael Sheen for two years.
So, despite the warnings at The Vow screening, these are some of the questions that were screamed at the 33-year-old star of such films as Midnight in Paris, Mean Girls, The Notebook (yes, that's where she met Gosling), The Time Traveller's Wife, Sherlock Holmes and Morning Glory.
"Hey Rachel! What do you think of Ryan dating Eva Mendes? Does it make you jealous?" asked one.
"Rachel, hey, over here!" shouted another. "Rachel, do you think you'll ever get back together with Ryan?"
And this one: "Wait a minute, Rachel! How much better was it kissing Ryan in The Notebook than Channing in The Vow?"
McAdams smiled, waved, walked the red carpet, stopped for photos -- and ignored the questions.
While print media doesn't scream inappropriate questions at her about Gosling, they're still asking -- but in a sneakier way.
For instance, in last month's Glamour interview, McAdams was asked about Gosling's huge popularity and the "blogs upon blogs" being written about him.
Glamour: "I've heard you don't read your press. Do you read about other people?"
Rachel McAdams: "Not really, no."
Glamour: "So you're not aware that Ryan Gosling has become a huge feminist icon?"
Rachel McAdams: "Feminist icon?"
Luckily, McAdams lives in Toronto, where people are polite.
MAD MAN: Halle Berry's camp keeps leaking stories to TMZ and others about Gabriel Aubry's "anger issues."
Oh, the irony.
Berry has stopped the couple's daughter, Nahla, from being granted a Canadian citizenship because she doesn't want Aubry taking her to see his family in Montreal. Meanwhile, she's petitioning the court to take the three year old to France, where Aubry would hardly get visitations, to live with new boyfriend Oliver Martinez.
Aubry is very close to Nahla.
And lest we forget, HE'S THE FATHER!
The multi-millionaire Berry is spending millions of dollars on the best family lawyers in the country to make sure she gets what she wants; and her publicity team is working around the clock trying to make Aubry look like an unfit parent.
What kind of a chance does a Canadian Calvin Klein model have against a popular Oscar-winning actress?
No wonder Aubry has "anger issues."
If I were him, I'd be steaming!

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