Ryan Gosling has, in an interview with GQ magazine in its November issue, officially confirmed he and Rachel McAdams are over.
Hollywood's most kept secret is no longer an unconfirmed speculation, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams have called it quit.
The actor has, in an interview with men magazine GQ for its November 2007 issue, officially confirmed that he and McAdams have split several months ago, much to the dismal of their fans. "The only thing I remember is we both went down swingin' and we called it a draw," he told the publication of the break up.
"I mean, God bless The Notebook," Ryan went on telling GQ. "It introduced me to one of the great loves of my life. But people do Rachel and me a disservice by assuming we were anything like the people in that movie. Rachel and my love story is a hell of a lot more romantic than that."
On the reaction their fans showed when they heard the break up, Ryan revealed "Women are mad at me. A girl came up to me on the street and she almost smacked me. Like, 'How could you? How could you let a girl like that go?'"
About that he commented, "I feel like I want to give people hugs, they seem so sad. Rachel and I should be the ones getting hugs! Instead, we're consoling everybody else."
Ryan and McAdams both best known for their roles in the 2004 drama "The Notebook" and have since then dating. Rumors on the couple's break up first popped out back in April with The Daily News reported that Ryan was overheard telling a friend that he and McAdams have split up. Contrary to tabloid reports, the pair was later on reported to take a break from their romance to focus on their career.
Read GQ for more on Ryan's interview and photos, taken by Nathaniel Goldberg.