DETROIT (WXYZ) - It's no secret; Girls go gaga for Gosling.
So it's a good thing the 7 Action News photojournalist that spotted the studly superstar in Detroit today was a guy.
WXYZ's Mike Krotche was shooting an abandoned house fire in Detroit early Wednesday morning when he noticed Gosling and his entourage were out of place.
"I recognized their camera and thought 'what are they doing here?'" said Krotche, explaining Gosling's small team of three or four people were using ultra-expensive equipment not typical of television crews.
Krotche said Gosling and his entourage avoided the camera but were polite when approached.
"They said they were scouting locations," said Krotche.
Wednesday it was revealed Gosling will make his directorial debut with the movie 'How to Catch a Monster,' which will be released sometime in 2013. Some are speculating this is the reason for his visit to Detroit.
The Twittersphere has since blown up with so-called Gosling spottings. He's been "seen" everywhere from Grosse Pointe to Chelsea and Royal Oak.
Gosling was in Detroit in March of 2011 filming 'Ides of March.' He can be seen signing autographs in the video player below.
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