James Marsden Reunites With Ryan Gosling, 20 Years After ‘The Notebook’

James Marsden says he couldn’t be happier to be in the same room with him again The notebook Co-star Ryan Gosling.

Sunday is the Hairspray actor, 50, spoke with ET’s Deidre Behar on the red carpet at the 2024 Critics Choice Awards, where he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for Jury duty.

As we chatted about his nomination and his incredible career, the conversation turned to the 2004 adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ best-selling book, in which he played Lon Hammond alongside Gosling’s Noah Calhoun and Rachel McAdams’ Allie Hamilton.

“Sobering – it’s been twenty years?” Marsden said after being asked how it feels to know their film is 20 years old. “Jeez, 20 years ago? That’s crazy that that movie – well, I’m very proud of that too. Talk about another movie that none of us thought was going to do what it was going to do.”

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When it comes to how Marsden feels about potentially reuniting with Gosling, 43, at the awards ceremony, Enchanted Star said he should find his old co-star in the audience and raise a toast “in memory” of their now iconic romantic film. While their characters in the film were both competing for the same woman, it sounds like there is nothing but love between the two actors.

“[I’m] I’m excited that we’re still sitting here talking to you,” the actor said. “We’re going to have to – Ryan and I – do a little cheer tonight.”

Indeed, both Gosling and Marsden also had reasons to celebrate. Marsden’s performance on the hit Freevee series not only earned him a Critics Choice Award nomination, but also an Emmy nomination in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. The Critics Choice Award ultimately went to Ebon Moss-Bachrach The bear, but the potential for a Marsden Emmy win is still on the table and will be decided on January 15.

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Gosling, for his part, was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture category for his role as Ken in Greta Gerwig’s film Barbie. Although he lost the acting award, he did not go home empty-handed as his song ‘I’m Just Ken’ won the award for Best Original Song.

The La La Land actor was so surprised by his win that his response immediately became a meme on social media.

Check out the links below for more news from the 2024 Critics Choice Awards, including a full list of winners.

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