Thursday, 28 July 2016 20:11

Gosling and Stone Sing Together in “La La Land”

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The undeniable chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone will once again capture audiences' hearts this December in a new musical drama. La La Land is a modern take on an old Hollywood-style tale of romance between a jazz musician and an aspiring actress.

Grammy-nominated composer Justin Hurtwitz, who wrote for Whiplash, has provided the sonic storyline for this film, displaying heartthrob Gosling's lesser-known talent as a singer. Vanity Fair's Julie Miller describes this eagerly anticipated film here.

In a recently released tempting trailer, Gosling croons a haunting jazz piece while images of his love affair with Stone's character roll on the screen. A longing melody is whistled over an enchanting piano line in "City of Stars," the first song released from the film's soundtrack.

This tantalizing teaser has intrigued viewers and left them yearning to see what this romantic film will entail. Read Charles Bramesco's take on this entrancing piece and get swept away while viewing the La La Land trailer in this Rolling Stone article.

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