Ryan Gosling has been making the rounds to promote his new movies "The Gray Man" and "Barbie." During his stop on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on July 21, the 41-year-old father of two shared a funny story about his family's recent trip to Paris.
"My youngest has a real power move," Gosling said, referring to his 6-year-old daughter, Amada, whom he shares with longtime partner Eva Mendes. "We got to work in France, so we went to the Louvre. We saw 'Winged Victory,' we saw 'Venus de Milo.' And we're standing in front of the 'Mona Lisa,' and she turns around and she goes, 'This museum?'" Gosling then imitated Amada with a thumbs-down gesture.
He continued, "I said, 'Why?' She went, 'Because it is not good.'" Gosling then explained that when Amada really doesn't like something, she turns around and does a double thumbs-down gesture behind her back. "It's like Roman-emperor-level shade."
Gosling and Mendes have been together for over a decade. The couple also have a 7-year-old daughter named Esmeralda. See what else Gosling had to say about his new projects and watch him paint Fallon's pinky nail in the video above.