Celebrated Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling said that it was not easy working for the musical La La Land as he had to learn jazz piano, keytar, songs, dance routines, along with his own lines.
However, the actor also said that he had a lot of fun working with actress Emma Stone for the movie.
"Trying to fit the keytar into my schedule of things I had to learn was pretty funny. But we were all being pushed to our limits to see what we were capable of. We worked for three months on, for instance, one number that happens at sunset where it starts as a scene." Gosling said.
He continued, "then it becomes a song, and then it's a dance and then it's a scene again and it all happens in one take. Isn't this a lovely day to be caught in the rain."
Ryan Gosling also shared on the funny aspect of how their characters are supposed to make a worst situation look best in the movie and how they ended up making it look even worse.
"That idea, just the clever nuance of the way Fred and Ginger's characters were trying to make the best of a bad situation, we tried to subvert that lyrically in our scene. We tried to make the worst out of a good situation," he said.