Ryan Gosling Shares His Real Thoughts on Chris Evans' Gray Man "Trash 'Stache"

Ryan Gosling shared that he is not a fan of the mustache Chris Evans sported for their new film, The Gray Man. See what he had to say below.

By Tamantha Gunn Jul 26, 2022 3:34 PMTags

Ryan Gosling is calling it like it is. 

The Notebook star was recently asked about a line in his new Netflix film The Gray Man where he mocks co-star Chris Evans' mustache, calling his facial hair a "trash ‘stache." When The Hollywood Reporter asked Ryan for his real thoughts on Chris' mustache during the July 13 world premiere in Hollywood, he simply replied, "Those were my real thoughts."

In the Joe Russo and Anthony Russo-directed film, which premiered on the streaming platform July 22, Chris rocks a bushy handlebar mustache for his role of Lloyd Hansen, an ex-CIA agent doing everything in his power to kill his former colleague Court Gentry, played by Ryan. 

And while Ryan may have made his disdain for Chris' mustache publicly known, he was not the only one who didn't like it. "I feel better knowing Chris Evans had that mustache for a role and not because he thought it looked good," tweeted one person, while another wrote, "im scared to watch the gray man bc of chris evans mustache."

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A third fan, however, tweeted that the Captain America star's new facial hair made him look like a "hot daddy."

The Gray Man, which is currently the most popular film on Netflix, also stars Ana de Armas, Regé Jean-Page and Dhanush. During the Hollywood premiere, Ryan told E! News' Daily Pop that his role as a CIA Agent involved a lot of action.


"It was an insane amount of action," he shared. "I'm new to the action world. I've done films that have action in it, but like one or two sequences. I guess in most action films, there's like four or five. This had nine."

Ana praised her Blade Runner 2049 co-star's work in the film, telling Daily Pop, "Ryan, he doesn't wanna admit it. He wants to say that he's not good at action, but he can't fool anybody. He's amazing."