Ryan Gosling & Emily Blunt Draw Line Under Barbenheimer With Taylor Swift SNL Cover

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Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt drew a line under their respective Barbenheimer experiences by performing a live cover of Taylor Swift's 'All Too Well' on Saturday Night Live.

Hosting the SNL episode, Ryan Gosling who played Ken in the Greta Gerwig directed Barbie, was joined in the opening monologue by Emily Blunt, who played Kitty in Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan. 

On the difficulty of moving past such a huge phenomenon of starring in such huge box office success, Ryan Gosling said, “You know, when you play a character that hard, that long, just letting go feels like a breakup and for processing a breakup, there’s really only one thing that can help – the music of the great Taylor Swift".  

The pair who are also set to co-star in the new action comedy, The Fall Guy, performed an adapted cover of 'All To Well', including choreographed backing dancers, and scenery referencing both films. 

I was just Ken, and now I’m just Ryan,” sang Gosling, with Blunt adding the line,  “I used to be the alcoholic wife of a dude in a hat / Talking to Albert Einstein / Sipping a margarita / With some Christopher Nolan and a bag of vodkila”.

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