Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
Um… well this is a bit unsettling.
Ryan Gosling, the man of our and everybody's dreams, is coming out with a new movie next month called Only God Forgives. Early reviews are saying this flick has even MORE onscreen violence than RyGos's 2011 blood bath blockbuster Drive!
But we've always wondered, how could someone as sweet as Ryan play such dark, twisted characters? Turns out, he's not as innocent as he looks!
When asked if he shared director Nicolas Winding Refn's penchant for graphic violence in film, Gosling gave an answer that must have had everyone scrambling to hide all of the sharp things! Ryan said:
"I was highly influenced by violence. When I was a kid I saw "Rambo First Blood" and the next day I took knives to school and threw them at everybody. So I was definitely influenced by violent films."
Oh… Hmm… That probably got him a few weeks detention!
Well, we hope now that Ry guy gets to get his aggression out on film, he doesn't actually act out in real life. Otherwise, we'd hate to run into Ryan on a bad day when he's holding a wrench…