Ryan Gosling shuts down Sydney light rail to film 'Fall Guy' stunt

Ryan Gosling shuts down Sydney light rail to film ‘Fall Guy’ stunt

Ryan Gosling and a film crew disrupted Sydney light rail services on Saturday night, while shooting scenes for a new film, The Fall Guy.

Ryan Gosling was hard at work on Saturday night (November 5), on a main street of Sydney’s CBD. The 41-year-old actor was spotted darting toward a moving tram on George Street, sporting a yellow raincoat and beanie, whilst filming a stunt scene for a forthcoming Universal Pictures film, The Fall Guy, which is slated for release in March of 2024.

As a result of their filming location, George Street was closed from 5.30pm onwards, including tram services, as Ryan Gosling and his crew reportedly filmed throughout the entire night. However, onlookers did manage to snap a few photos of the Notebook star, who appeared deeply immersed in his character, looking agitated as he pressed his hands against the doors of a tram, after missing it during a scene.

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Gosling is currently in Australia with his wife, Eva Mendes, and their two children, Amada, six, and Esmeralda, eight. Last week, in honour of Halloween, the family was spotted trick-or-treating in the Sydney suburb of Bondi.

The upcoming motion picture, The Fall Guy is said to be based on a popular ’80a TV series of the same name. Plot details are currently skint, but we will be keeping our eyes peeled for updates.