My parents live in a historic section of town and movie directors think it's the perfect place to film. Movies like 'Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight' and 'The Place Beyond The Pines' have been filmed right in front of their house. 

I'll never forget the day my mom called to complain about a movie star who'd plunked down on her front steps.  "There's a boy named Ryan Gosling sitting on my front steps and he won't move. And he has ugly dyed hair and tattoos. He's not that movie star you think is special is he? Because you can do better than him." I had to explain that yes, Ryan Gosling is talented AND beautiful and that the hair and tats were for his role in "The Place Beyond The Pines." My mom is completely unfazed by celebs. She also wasn't impressed with Eva Mendez, who stars with Ryan Gosling in "The Place Beyond The Pines" saying "she's hanging out of the window and keeps whining in an annoying voice." I had to explain that Eva was filming and probably not annoying in real life. My mom's response "I'm not impressed with any of this."

I've never met a woman who's watched "The Notebook" and not not wished for a love like Noah and Ally's. So many hearts were crushed with things didn't work out for the real life Noah and Ally (Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams) because fans of the movie wanted so badly to believe that such love could exist in real life. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams got back together in 2008, but it just wasn't meant to be.

How over is it between Ryan and Rachel? I'm going to go out on a limb and say very. Everyone from Hollywood Life to The LA Times to The Huffington Post is reporting that Ryan and longtime girlfriend Eva Mendes who played parents together when they co-starred in "The Place Beyond The Pines" are going to be parents in real life. Sources have gone so far to say that Eva is already 7 months pregnant.

Strange, but even though I'm ecstatic for Ryan and Eva because babies are awesome, a part of me feels a little bit like this on the inside: