Huffington Post loves Ryan Gosling just as much as the rest of us do. That's why they created a video montage of what's arguably his best acting method — staring at things.
To be fair, Ryan Gosling is so good looking that he wouldn't have to do much more than just stare off into the distance in order to get acting gigs and make a lot of money. But his roles in movies like "Half Nelson" and "Drive" do showcase that he's a good actor. Fine, so, he's my favorite actor, and therefore I might be a little biased. No matter — I just provided you with two minutes worth of beautiful Ryan Gosling face to brighten your Thursday. You're welcome!
The following is a guest article by Marie Felipe.
Whoever said that a celebrity’s life is all fun has not read about the many aggravations they go through. One of the peskiest and most dangerous aggravations aside from stalking is burglary, and a good number of celebrities have had their own experience with this type of danger in their own homes. Check out our list of the top celebrity burglaries of all time.
A case of burglars just wanting to try the “good life” for a change via a celebrity’s house is what happened in Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent’s mansion. The two burglars, Santos Padilla and Alexander Hernandez, easily found their way inside 50 Cent’s house, which was also formerly owned by Mike Tyson, through an unlocked door. The unwelcome visitors were caught hiding in separate places in the house while in possession of 50 Cent’s things. 50 Cent is lucky he was not in the house because these two burglars have an outstanding warrant for attempted murder.