Actor Ryan Gosling thinks modern men are confused about their roles in the world. The 32-year-old thinks lots of stereotypes and ideals that men try and live up to are perpetuated by films.
“I feel like there’s a sense of confusion as to what men want from each other, what’s expected of them and what they expect of each other,” Ryan said. “I feel like Hollywood is responsible for a lot of these stereotypes, so to a certain degree I’m in the belly of the beast. In some ways it makes it easier to see it, because you’re in the factory, and you end up seeing how those archetypes are created,” Ryan added.
Ryan Gosling was last seen in the political drama film The Ides Of March (2011), which also stars George Clooney. He will be seen in the movies Gangster Squad, The Place Beyond the Pines and Only God Forgives this year.