We're happy to see we're not the only ones outraged by all this!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebrity reactions to Harambe the Gorilla's killing (below)!!!
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Face tattoos, bleached hair, and oversize rocker tees?! Nailed it.
The 22-year-old singer made his infatuation with Gosling's bad boy character very evident on Tuesday when he posted a series of photos from the movie with the caption:
But that's apparently not enough for producer Joel Silver, who wants the actors to fight back against The Angry Birds Movie by tweeting more…
Ch-ch-check out Ryan and Russell's reaction to his NSFW rant (below)!
Though the actor already gushed about his new bundle of joy on GMA, he decided to have a bit of fun with DeGeneres and tease a picture of his newborn — plus he chats it up about playground bullies, "Hey girl" memes, and wax figures!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious interview clips (below) and let us know if you'll be catching The Nice Guys when it lands in theaters May 20!
Ryan Gosling is an expert at deflecting questions about his personal life.
But that didn't stop Good Morning America's Amy Robach from asking about the actor's 2-week-old daughter during an interview on Thursday morning!
Gosling stopped by the ABC morning program to promote his new film The Nice Guys, but was met with questions about his newborn daughter Amada Gosling — who girlfriend Eva Mendes secretly gave birth to in April.
Right away, the GMA anchor asked:
We're still reeling from this surprise!
While processing this news, we couldn't help but take a closer look at the meaning of the little one's name. If you're itching your heads trying to figure out where you've heard the baby's name before, it is because it's the tiny tot's big sis Esmerelda's middle name.
Well, well! Not to mention, Amada is also the name of Miz Mendes' late grandmother, whom she never met. It's very important to the 42-year-old that her children have names which reflect their Hispanic heritage.
In fact, while filming the 2007 flick We Own the Night, the mother of two asked the director James Gray if she could change her character's name to honor her deceased relative — to which he obliged. When discussing her grandmother, Eva previously noted: