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Ryan Gosling films to watch on Lionsgate Play ahead of The Fall Guy: La La Land to Half Nelson

All these Ryan Gosling films are available on Lionsgate Play and you can watch them with your OTTplay Premium subscription. 

Ryan Gosling films to watch on Lionsgate Play ahead of The Fall Guy: La La Land to Half Nelson
Ryan Gosling Films To Watch Before The Fall Guy

Last Updated: 04.20 PM, Apr 27, 2024


While many actors find themselves in the limelight and then fade away, Ryan Gosling has remained one of the few names who has constantly been in the headlines. The La La Land star made waves when his first look as Ken from Greta Gerwig's Barbie made it to the mainstream. This was followed by everything Barbie, from the promotional material to the promotions. The movie finally hit the shores, and it all reached a conclusion when he performed his viral song on the stage at the Oscars 2024. The actor was once again the talk of the town and everyone was impressed with his pink brilliance.

However, even as Barbie is now fading from the news, Ryan Gosling is still in the headlines, and for all the good reasons. You ask how? Well, the actor is back with another film, right at the point where his last one is slowly fading from the news. He will now be seen in The Fall Guy, an action-packed entertainment that pairs him with Emily Blunt. The movie, which also stars Kraven The Hunter star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, is a rollercoaster ride and the trailer has given us a very interesting sneak peek into the world.

So, as we now approach The Fall Guy’s theatrical release that is due next week, we thought of recommending films that feature Ryan Gosling and are available on Lionsgate Play, which you can watch with your OTTplay Premium subscription.

Ryan Gosling Films To Watch Ahead Of The Fall Guy

Blue Valentine (2010)


Cast: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, and John Doman
Director: Derek Cianfrance

How can someone not like Blue Valentine? The movie is incredibly relatable for its portrayal of a couple who have lived a life together. It captures their relationship in different phases of their lives as they age together, making for an engaging watch. Ryan Gosling sports a rustic look in this movie and the way he approaches the character is quite interesting. Blue Valentine has its heart in the right place and you must watch it if you haven’t. And if you have, a revision has never harmed anyone.

La La Land (2016)

Cast: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and Rosemarie DeWitt
Director: Damien Chazelle

What else can be said about this movie that hasn’t already been said? La La Land is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for every actor, as each note, every single beat, and the most subtle of movements are all in sync to create one of the most riveting musicals of the past couple of decades. Ryan Gosling’s portrayal of a struggling musician is on point and has captured all our hearts. His chemistry with Emma Stone is immaculate, and their singing together is addictive. Go watch the film right now.

Half Nelson (2006)

Half Nelson Still
Half Nelson Still

Cast: Ryan Gosling, Jeff Lima, and Shareeka Epps
Director: Ryan Fleck

A history teacher at a school in Brooklyn lives a dual life in Half Nelson. By day, he is a teacher loved by his students and colleagues. But at night, he is Dan, who goes bar-hopping and is sloshed by the end of it. One day, a student, played by Shareeka Epps, finds him high on drugs. They develop an interesting friendship and he turns into her mentor of sorts. The twist is that her brother is serving time for dealing drugs. Isn’t that plot already lucrative enough for you to watch the film? Or do you still need more convincing?

The Nice Guys (2016)

Cast: Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, and Matt Bomer
Director: Shane Black

Two misfits come together to solve a case. They have to find a missing girl and solve the mysterious death of a porn star. The Nice Guys is a hilarious ride in which the humour is clever and not in-your-face. The chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe is brilliant. This is a film that you will never regret investing time in.

All the films are available on Lionsgate Play, and you can watch them with your OTTplay Premium subscription. Stay tuned to OTTplay for more content like this and everything else from the world of streaming and films.