By Chris O’BrienPosted May 05, 2019 08:04:37Baby Driver is back in theaters this weekend, and the cast is excited about what the movie means for their children.
The movie follows the adventures of an ordinary man (Ryan Gosling) who falls in love with a girl he met at the airport.
The film is a love letter to the teenage years, with Gosling’s character dealing with feelings of abandonment and insecurity that will likely come back to haunt him.
The cast also talked to us about what made them feel comfortable playing the character of Baby Driver, what they’re looking forward to in the sequel, and what’s next for the actor.
We got the opportunity to chat with Ryan Gosling about Baby Driver.
Can you tell us a little bit about the world that Baby Driver inhabits?
Ryan Goslin: The world is very similar to the world we grew up in.
I grew up watching movies and seeing the things that were happening in movies and in television, and then going, “Oh, my God, what if this happened?” and I thought about it a lot, so I just felt like I needed to do something to show that it wasn’t just a very familiar thing.
There was something different about that world.
It was very different, and I think that was part of the thing that was really appealing to me about this movie was that it was so unique.
The people and the place, and everything, was completely different, even from when I was a kid.
The world was just completely different.
It’s not like anything I’ve ever seen.
It’s also been interesting to see how the world of Baby, the real world, and Baby Driver’s world are treated.
What was it like to shoot the film in a country that’s like South Korea?
Ryan: It’s amazing how different it is.
I’m used to working in the United States, so there’s just no comparison.
I’ve worked in South Korea, but I never actually met anybody there.
We just got to work together and really get to know each other, and there were some really nice people that we worked with.
It was very exciting.
When I was doing this film, there was an entire crew that was filming in South Korean.
That was very important to me, because it was the only time I really saw South Korea.
It is a very different country, and it was very strange.
The whole crew was so very nice and I love working with them.
They are very good people, and they really brought me into their world.
Was there anything you learned from working in South Africa that you’ve picked up?
Yes, it’s interesting.
It has a very strong culture.
We have a very good sense of humor.
It can be very difficult.
It makes you really uncomfortable.
But I love that.
There is a sense of belonging.
It also makes you feel very at home.
The country is so very different.
You can actually work in a very relaxed environment.
I love it.
I was also really excited when I found out that I was going to be playing the lead.
How did you feel about playing the part?
Ryan.: I was really excited.
It really was a really big part for me, and to be able to go and see it again, and get a chance to work with my son again, that was definitely the biggest thing.
I loved the part.
The fact that I’m getting to play the lead, and not just as a teenager, it was really exciting to play a part that I know and I was able to work on with him and that he loved.
I was definitely excited for him to see it.
Did you get to meet your son at all?
Ryan and I met a few times and he’s very much a part of it.
We met for a very brief time in a hotel.
I had the chance to take a photo of him, and he was super sweet and very kind and nice.
He’s like a normal child.
I thought he was the most wonderful little kid.
That really is an incredible moment.
I really loved the film.
I really thought it was a wonderful film.
The director is amazing, and his vision was amazing.
I just loved the movie.
It made me feel really good, and a lot of other people did as well.
Were you in the movie?
Ryan, I think I was in it, yes.
I didn’t really get any scenes.
I did get to have dinner with my husband and our kids.
It wasn’t too long after that.
Did you get any acting tips from the director?
Ryan?: I had so much input.
I knew everything about the character, and how he was going, and all that stuff, and when I got to go into the scene with my character, I knew all of that.
I wasn’t told anything, but the way he was interacting with the camera was so