Eva Mendes Calls Ryan Gosling 'Satisfying' -- What Are Others Saying About the Sexy Actor?

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Eva Mendes is the cover girl for Marie Claire's March 2012 issue and is talking about everything from her personal hang-ups for her relationship with Ryan Gosling.

Okay, she's not really talking about her romantic relationship with her "The Place Beyond the Pines" co-star. She is, however, talking about him as an actor.

"He's your dream costar. I have never felt so creatively satisfied on a film," she said, refusing to elaborate more on their relationship.

Mendes isn't the only one talking about the talented actor. Come to think of it, who isn't talking about Ryan Gosling?

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling use to be BFFs when they both starred on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club." Gosling even stayed with the singer-turned-actor and his mother, though Timberlake argues that his roommate was never down-and-out.

"So he tried to make it seem like he was bohemian even back then?" Timberlake asked Jimmy Fallon when he asked whether or not Gosling had to stay on the couch. Timberlake added that the "Blue Valentine" actor didn't have a tough time with his family - that bit is all for indie street cred.

"I'm picturing a ten-year-old Gosling bumming Marlboro Reds off some bum, growing hipster facial hair…" Timberlake joked.

George Clooney

George Clooney joked about casting Gosling in the political thriller "The Ides of March" before he hit the big time with roles in films like "Drive."

"He had sort of been that anti-movie star. He did The Notebook, and everyone was ready to crown him the next king, and then he sort of disappeared and did all these little indies, Clooney told "Access Hollywood" in 2011.

So, does George see himself in Gosling? "Well, he's a little better than me 20 years ago, I'll tell you that," Clooney joked.

Evan Rachel Wood

Actress Evan Rachel Wood said her relationship with Gosling was an intimidating one - they tried to hit one another's breaking point during filming on "The Ides of March."

"We worked together really well," she told reporters while promoting the film. "We were both willing to go toe-to-toe, and I think we were trying to push each other to see who was going to be intimidated first, or who would break first."

Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling were the couple after getting together as co-stars in "The Notebook." They dated for a few years before breaking up for good. Still, McAdams gets a kick of out her ex-boyfriend's popularity - including the Internet meme "Feminist Ryan Gosling."

"Feminist icon? Wow! Is that real?" McAdams asked Glamour when told about the various Tumblr blogs dedicated to her ex.

"Oh my God, that's great."

It sure is, Rachel.

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