Ryan Gosling Talks 'The Nice Guys' on 'GMA'

The actor is live in Times Square to discuss his new film co-starring Russell Crowe.
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Transcript for Ryan Gosling Talks 'The Nice Guys' on 'GMA'
live" at 11:35 eastern time. I never saw Amy prep for an assignment more. Ryan just asked me, Ryan gosling asked where should I look. I said just look at me. I waited my whole life to say that. Just look at me, Ryan. You're my lighthouse in the storm, Amy because I've had a lot of coffee and I'm about to crash into the rocks. So take me through. I'll be your harbor. This is Ryan gosling star as longside Russell Crowe in the new '70s era comedy. He is funny, "The nice guys." He plays a private investigator teaming up with Russell's character but it's not at least initially a match made in heaven. Take a look. Give me your left arm. Huh. Your left arm. Give me your left arm. No. Come on. No. No. All right, look, when you're talking to your doctor just tell him you have a fracture of the left radius. No, no. Deep breath. Aaagh! Mind if I have an apple? Now, how long did you practice -- Hard to watch that. That scream, that was lovely. That was the honeymoon period for me and Russell. The first time you met him. Things were obviously he's not here so there's -- we're having problems. We'll get into your therapy. Unbuddying. Conscious unbuddying. He'll be on tomorrow so we like -- we're separated for like we've agreed to keep 4 hours apart. Good to know. When you see him tell him I look happy. We'll play some of what -- I'm happier than I've ever been, okay. Will you tell him that. I will tell him that. I want to get into the movie but first I understand the girl to boy ratio in your house is 3-1. Yes. How is it going? It's heaven. It's like walking through a field of flowers every day. Well, congratulations. I live with angels. Very nicely put. It's a ray of sunshine in a dark time, honestly, because with Russell it's really -- it's sad. It's sad that we've turned out this way, you know. You actually play a father in this and that relationship between you and your -- she's 13-year-old actress but your daughter, it's really the heart of the movie because you and Russell have your issues. What was it like working alongside -- she's just a star in the making. Yeah. You said that because you didn't know how to pronounce her name. Angowri. It's angowri and they say it -- I have a similar fear in my eyes too. Angowri. They say it's like Mowry although I think it's pronounced mow-ry. She's incredible. One of her first films. She was definitely the most mature person on set. It seemed like that. It seemed like that. Speaking of immaturity. You and Russell, now, you had amazing comedic timing and the first time you worked together. Correct? Was the magic immediate or did it evolve. No, it's a filter they added in post. Just later on. Same people that designed golem for "Lord of the rings" they gave us chemistry. It feels real. I love the promos you have going. You reference therapy. You have couples therapy videos. Can we take a quick look at one of them? Why don't you tell Ryan about what happened Friday? S It comes up. Tank top, man bun and he says, hey, girl. I never said it. It wasn't the first time and it wasn't the last time. I never said it. Okay. I had to look up the hey girl thing and then I saw that Russell also was confused about the hey girl reference and he said you make him feel old. I officially feel old. Explain what the hay girl thing is. I wish I could. Honestly I was hoping you could give me a little clarity on that. So we're all confused. I think we're all confused, yeah. The movie is funny. You can see why. What did you say. It's unearned. I don't really deserve. You've never said hey girl. I've never said that, no. Never said it. Ryan gosling, come by more often. You've been a pleasure this morning. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. He a nice guy. A funny guy. A nice way to tie it up. You like how I did that. Okay. You should do this professionally. You're good at this. All right. You can come back tomorrow. "The nice guys" hits theaters nationwide Friday may 20th.

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