Moment between athletes of the French national team was similar to the film starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams.
The World Cup in Qatar continues at full steam, with our national team moving into the quarterfinals of the tournament after winning the duel against South Korea. And days after the ace, Richarlison, revealed a collection of tattoos in honor of the animations of his childhood, another scene that occurred during one of the games also stirred the hearts of moviegoers who share a passion for football.
On Sunday (4), during the match between France and Poland, a moment was marked in the minds of movie lovers, moving the internet. After scoring the first goal for the French national team, the striker, Olivier Giroud, celebrated with his teammate, Kylian Mbappé, producing a scene that recalled Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in the romance film, The Notebook. Check it out below:
On Twitter, fans of the feature film went wild over the similarity between the two images. Based on the book of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook (in the original) tells the love story of the poor factory worker, Noah Calhoun (Gosling), and the rich young woman, Allie Hamilton (McAdams), set in a South Carolina of the 1940s. Gosling and McAdams, who dated between 2005 and 2007, even recreated the kiss at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, after winning the award for best cinematic kiss.
It’s still worth pointing out that while it’s hard to imagine other actors in the roles of Noah and Allie, George Clooney previously shared with Entertainment Weekly that he almost played the character of Gosling. “I was going to do it with Paul Newman🇧🇷 I was acting out the flashback, and Paul Newman it was the older version”said the actor.
News still realizes that Ryan and Rachel did not get along at the beginning of the recordings, arriving, the star, trying to replace the actress of Mean Girls. To improve the relationship between the protagonists, the director of the feature prepared an intervention, taking them to a room where they could expose all the complaints they had about each other. In this way, they soon resolved their differences, starting to date, some time later, in real life.
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