Gosling suspended from school for throwing knives at classmates
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Actor Ryan Gosling was suspended from school after hurling steak knives at his classmates.
The Notebook star admits he got a little carried away after watching Rambo as a kid and his love for Sylvester Stallone's renegade landed him in big trouble.
He explains, "When I first saw First Blood it put a spell on me and I thought I was Rambo. I even thought my face felt like Sylvester Stallone's face when I touched it.
"I went to school the next day and bought a Fisher Price kit and I put steak knives in there and I took them and threw them at all the kids during recess. I got suspended rightfully so and I'm sorry. I never did anything like that again."
The move prompted Gosling's parents to ban him from watching violent movies: "They put me on a leash and I could only watch Bible movies or National Geographic programmes, which by the way are very violent.
"I now fully understand the effect that movies can have and the kind of spell they can cast."
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