Ryan Gosling Cries While Listening to Taylor Swift in Super Bowl Ad for ‘The Fall Guy’

Ryan Gosling’s stuntman-bounty hunter in “The Fall Guy” is apparently a Swiftie.

Universal released a Super Bowl ad on Sunday for David Leitch’s thriller, which features multiple action sequences, aliens and space cowboys. In one scene, Gosling cries in his car while listening to Taylor Swift’s song “All Too Well.”

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“Have you been crying to Taylor Swift?” Emily Blunt asks Gosling in the trailer.

“Doesn’t everybody?” Gosling replies.

The scene in the Super Bowl ad most likely alludes to the NFL’s coverage of the pop star during the 2023 season. Swift has attended multiple NFL games to cheer on her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The pop star’s arrival at the 2024 Super Bowl today dominated pregame coverage on CBS Sports’ NFL, even hours before kickoff.

Based on Glen A. Larson’s 1980s television series of the same name, “The Fall Guy” stars Gosling as Colt Seavers, a stuntman on the hunt for a missing movie star he once doubled for. The film also stars Blunt as Gosling’s ex-girlfriend Jody and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the AWOL star. Supporting them in the film is Stephanie Hsu (“Everything Everywhere All at Once”), Winston Duke (“Black Panther”), Hannah Waddingham (“Ted Lasso”) and Teresa Palmer (“A Discovery of Witches”).

Leitch’s “The Fall Guy” is written by Drew Pearce and produced by Leitch, Gosling, Kelly McCormick and Guymon Casady for Universal Pictures and 87North Productions. Executive producers include Pearce, Larson and Entertainment 360’s Geoff Shaevitz.

“The Fall Guy” hits theaters May 3. Watch the Super Bowl ad below.

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