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August 23, 2008

Rachel McAdams & Ryan Gosling Get Cozy!

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Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams got cozy at a recent breakfast date at Grace in Toronto!

"Their friends are quite pleased that they're getting back together and are trying to give them space," US Magazine said.

McAdams recently made an appearance at Gosling's weekly deejay gig at Green Door lounge in Hollywood. The two began dating after the wrapping the 2004 romance The Notebook. After they called it quits, Gosling told GQ that women were "mad" at him.

"A girl came up to me on the street and she almost smacked me," he said. "Like, 'How could you? How could you let a girl like that go?'"

More pictures of Rachel & Ryan getting cozy here..

 

August 20, 2008

Rachel McAdams & Ryan Gosling Back Together!

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Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams have been broken up for more than a year but have recently been spotted spending an awful lot of time together!

They went to dinner Monday with a couple of friends in Toronto at Grace restaurant. Gosling, 27, and McAdams, 31, began dating shortly after wrapping the romantic 2004 film The Notebook, then split in mid-2007.

They started hanging out again in July when McAdams watched Gosling make his DJ debut at Hollywood hotspot Green Door lounge.

"They talked when he was away from the deejay stand," says a friend. "They really looked like good pals. He seemed happy to see her."

 

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