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Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Gosling Pose Together at the Critics' Choice Awards and We Almost Can't Handle It

by Antoinette Bueno 7:17 AM PST, December 12, 2016
Playing Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Gosling Pose Together at the Critics' Choice Awards and We Almost Can't Handle It

Fans can thank Sunday night's Critics' Choice Awards for bringing together two of the hottest Ryans in Hollywood -- Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Gosling.

The stars were both up for Best Comedy Actor -- Reynolds ended up taking home the prize for his role in Deadpool -- but the real winner was all of us thanks to the pics of the unbelievably handsome Ryans side-by-side.

Check out the pair looking dapper while shaking hands and giving one another a bro hug.

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Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images

And the two actors have more in common than just their name and being up for the same award. They're both Canadian, and are fathers to two baby girls. Gosling is dad to 2-year-old Esmeralda and 7-month-old Amada with longtime love Eva Mendes, while Reynolds and wife Blake Lively are parents to 2-year-old James, and a second daughter they welcomed in September.

Interestingly enough, 36-year-old Gosling was once linked to 29-year-old Lively all the way back in 2010, though the La La Land actor insisted the two were just good friends. "She’s an incredible actress; she's a good friend," Gosling told People at the time about the gorgeous blonde. "You're not allowed to have friends in this business."

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Reynolds was a big winner at the Critics' Choice Awards, where he was named "Entertainer of the Year." The 40-year-old actor movingly dedicated his award to the Make-a-Wish foundation and the Sick Kids Foundation of Toronto, and also gave a surprising shoutout to Tom Hanks.

"You're a huge influence on me," Reynolds told the legendary actor, who was in the audience. "My two-year-old daughter -- the first full sentence she ever said was, 'There's no crying in baseball.' I'm not kidding."

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