Ryan Gosling Shocks Fans with Beavis and Butt-Head Stunt at Premiere


There’s always an air of excitement and spectacle in Los Angeles when the stars align for a movie premiere. This time was no exception when Ryan Gosling, the marquee star of the forthcoming film titled “The Fall Guy,” graced the red carpet premiere. To add a dash of liveliness to the event, Gosling pulled out an unexpected surprise on this fateful Tuesday night, as he was seen appearing not once, but twice during the affair.

In his initial appearance, Gosling painted a picture of debonair elegance, dressed in a striking mint green suit and shirt that mirrored the suave persona of his character. The actor, who stars as a daredevil stuntman in the film, deftly commanded attention, looking every bit the leading man.

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Then, for reasons that became clear later, Gosling underwent a transformation. He resurfaced on the red carpet with a radical new avatar, donning a blonde pompadour wig and rocking a “Death Rock” T-shirt that instantly evoked echoes of Beavis, the cult character from the MTV hit show of the 1990s, ‘Beavis and Butt-head.’

In this guise, Gosling was joined by Mikey Day, his co-conspirator and partner-in-comedy, who was suitably dressed as Beavis’ buck-toothed partner, Butt-Head. The duo, both in character, cavorted on the red carpet eliciting laughter from the onlookers and adding a contrastingly whimsical element to the glitz and glamour of the star-studded event.

Beavis and Butt-Head are legendary figures, loved by audiences for their foolish escapades, crass humor, and iconic laughs. Gosling and Day successfully managed to bring alive these endearing animated personas for a live-action sketch on ‘Saturday Night Live’ not too long ago. The sketch stirred quite a chuckle, inducing uncontrollable laughter from cast member Heidi Gardner and others, and has garnered over 13 million views on YouTube since.

On the red carpet, Gosling and Day gamely posed for pictures as Beavis and Butt-Head. They interacted with various attendees, including the accomplished “Fall Guy” composer Dominic Lewis, albeit without practicing their characters during interviews. The Fall Guy, set to kick off the year’s summer movie season in theaters across the nation this Friday, undoubtedly benefitted from the buzz created by Gosling’s dual appearances.