Well, here’s a rough road map that led to them ‘shacking up’.
The two met while shooting their 2012 movie, Later on that year there were speculations of a break up, but the two put them to rest by going for a romantic stroll and later Gosling took her as a plus one to his mum’s graduation.
However, there is one moment which hints at the off-kilter camera work Malick is known for.
Twenty-six seconds into the trailer, during a montage of Gosling and Rooney Mara doing a variety of cutesy couple things, Malick ambushes the viewer with a jarring twist — flinging from one face to another in a live-action version of the i Phone panoramic camera setting.
The phenomenal cast is augmented by Malick’s virtuosic camera work.
Admittedly, most of the shots seen in the trailer look to be standard vanilla movie trailer fare — meant to placate the lowest common denominator of potential ticket buyers.
If there was one positive thing from the generally ill-advised new X-Men franchise, it’s Fassbender’s performance as a first-tier bad guy.
Only Fassbender could believe someone who wants to steal Gosling’s girlfriend — let alone someone who could actually pull it off.
“Song to Song” will be widely released in theaters across America March 17.
which stars Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman and Rooney Mara, will first debut June 27th on Digital HD, followed by 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on July 4th.
Singing for his third time ever in “La La Land,” Gosling made audiences collectively lose their minds.
Playing opposite to the golden-boy Gosling is Fassbender.
As if one bundle of cuteness wasn’t enough, the couple had their second daughter last year.