Here, we'll give you a little bit of punctuation to process that: !!!!!!!!!!The news that Stone and Gosling are confirmed to star in "La La Land," a "modern take on the Hollywood musical" directed by "Whiplash" director Damien Chazelle, could not have come at a better moment.But as success mounts they are faced with decisions that begin to fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart." But...would anyone ever want to rip Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone apart? We can't wait for July 2016 to roll around so we can have our hearts treaded all over once again.

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She got the news that she got her first magazine cover and she was over the moon. ’ She goes ‘Oh, I got this movie coming out, style. How did that scene come together, and what do you remember about shooting it? He took ballet as a kid and is a musical guy, so he was very confident doing that. RELATED: Ryan Gosling’s Best Moments They’re also so great together in the dialog-heavy scenes.

That came out of a lot of conversations with Ryan and [writer] Dan Fogelman. Right after the bit, they go to the bedroom and talk all night. The crew, I think, thought John and I were crazy because we said we were going to throw the script away.

Emma and Ryan have gone on to take roles in coming up (due Dec. How do you think they’ve translated into other films?

Why do you think they have such staying power as a cast-able couple? When we were working with them we kept talking to people about how we have to put them in another movie together, so everybody took the idea. Again, they have great chemistry, and they have fun together.

Our "Crazy Stupid Love" DVDs have been begging for mercy, and our friends have been really politely but firmly asking us to please stop using this GIF to describe every great day we've had: see Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone co-star in a movie musical together.

Due out July 15, 2016, "La La Land" is also written by Chazelle and sounds like it may not have as happy an ending as "Crazy Stupid Love." According to a synopsis released by Lionsgate, "Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone) are drawn together by their common desire to do what they love.

I remember working with Emma on one of the scenes with Josh Groban.

She went to this dramatic place when she realizes that she doesn’t want to marry him.

Originally in the script, it was a montage over several weeks of them falling in love.