A perfect treat for Monday morning — Ryan Gosling, looking hot as ever, on the cover of November's Interview! The actor chose his Crazy, Stupid, Love costar Steve Carell to ask the questions, after they got close while shooting together earlier this year. Ryan has been busy lately working on Drive with Carey Mulligan, but now he's making the magazine rounds to chat up his All Good Things with Kirsten Dunst and Blue Valentine with Michelle Williams. He spoke about their films and also touched on his start in Canada and how people often think he's Ryan Reynolds. Ryan said:


  • On people thinking he's Ryan Reynolds: "I get that a lot—and I do think it's because we're both Canadian. I can't tell you how many times people go, 'Are you Ryan?' And I go, 'Yeah.' And they say, 'Can I get a picture?' Then they take the picture and realize, in that moment, that I'm not Ryan Reynolds. I can see the disappointment in their faces."
  • On his start in Canada: "My sister and I used to sing at weddings. We would sing 'When a Man Loves a Woman' to the bride. We'd do it right before the garter ceremony. While the bride was sitting on the chair, I would get down on my knees and sing the song, and then my sister would sing another song, and then together we would sing 'Old Time Rock & Roll.' Then sometimes if we were really killing it, I'd sing 'Runaround Sue.'"
  • On being on the Mickey Mouse Club: "It was kind of depressing because when I got there, they realized that I wasn't really up to snuff in comparison with what some of the other kids were able to do. I remember one time they put four of us in a dance routine, but I was so off. I was on the end, so they just pushed the shot in closer on the other three guys to frame me out. I would just come in at the beginning of the show and then come back at the end, and occasionally I'd have a sketch here or there, but I didn't end up working that much, which was disheartening."