Gosling is currently filming a movie about the infamous Black Lives Matter protest in New York City.
In the movie, which is being directed by Jordan Peele, the star, known for his roles in The Get Down and The Danish Girl, is a young black man whose mother is killed by a police officer and his father is imprisoned.
The film, which has already earned more than $2.5 million, has generated more than 300,000 views on YouTube.
“Gosling was the first black man in Hollywood to take on the Black Lives Mourners.
Now we are finally getting to see what he can do as a filmmaker,” a spokesperson for the actor told MTV News.
Gosling recently joined The Breakfast Club, the popular television show on The CW, as a regular guest.
His latest film, The Ghost, which stars Nicole Kidman, is due out in March.
The Ghost is based on the novel by David Lynch and tells the story of a ghostly woman who hunts down a black man who she believes is responsible for a murder.
The actress says she hopes the film will spark conversation about race and racism in America.
“I hope it will spark a conversation about racism in our society.
And we’re in this great moment of conversation, and the world is facing racism,” Kidman told MTV.
“What happens in the world, how it’s experienced, is what is real and what is fiction.
And I hope it sparks a conversation.
I think we’re going to see the world with the truth.”