Ryan Gosling Reveals the Character He’d Like to Play

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By Star-Lord

Two-time Oscar-nominee, Ryan Gosling has never acted in a ‘superhero’ film. In the event that he could do, however, there’s only one superhero he’d clearly love to play.

Ryan Gosling is one occupied buddy. His exceptionally expected Netflix film The Gray Man is set to drop on the streaming stage in over seven days. Also, he’s as of now shooting the forthcoming Barbie film with Margot Robbie.

However, the actor, most famous for The Notebook, La Land, and Drive, has uncovered which superhero he’d very much want to play in a film. If you’ve been on social media the most recent couple of days, you would’ve seen the reports that Gosling has been given a role as Nova for an impending Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) project.

In any case, as per Josh Horowitz, Gosling completely exposed that hypothesis during an MTV News interview that is yet to be distributed. Horowitz likewise said Gosling is just keen on playing one superhero specifically; taking to Twitter, Horrowitz wrote:

“Ryan [Gosling] and I chatted about the Nova rumors yesterday which he said aren’t true. BUT this morning Ryan reached out to me to say there is one superhero he wants to play… GHOST RIDER”.

In the Marvel comic books, Ghost Rider is the name of numerous various wannabes and superheroes – for instance, Johnny Blaze, Danny Ketch, and Robbie Reyes all utilization ‘Ghost Rider’ as their adjust self-image in various comics series – thus, it’s muddled at this stage which adaptation of Ghost Rider Gosling needs to play.

Nicolas Cage played Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider in the Sony films Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance while Gabriel Luna and Tom McComas played Robbie Reyes/Ghost Rider and Johhny Blaze/Ghost Rider separately, in the TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

As neither of those movies nor Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is considered ‘canon’ in the MCU, that implies the Ghost Rider character is yet to make a big appearance in the MCU and is open for grabs. Furthermore, Gosling would pursue a fine decision to depict the person who can change into a skeletal godlike at an impulse.

Ideally, the MCU observes and begins dealing with another Ghost Rider project for Gosling to engage with. It’s not an over-the-top stretch considering the Ghost Rider character is partnered with the Thunderbolts in the comics and the MCU has affirmed a Thunderbolts film is coming…