Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone have appeared in the delectable first teaser trailer for their new film La La Land, and fans are going wild at a chance to see them together again.
The actors, who have appeared in two movies together - Crazy, Stupid, Love in 2011 and Gangster Squad in 2013 - look set to have their most romantic union yet in the forthcoming effort from the director of 2014's critically-acclaimed Whiplash, Damien Chazelle.
A modern taken on a Hollywood musical, the colourful and dreamy short clip opens with Ryan's character (an undeniably handsome jazz pianist called Sebastian) whistling and singing along to original song City Of Stars.
Emma is seen looking typically beautiful in an array of flattering dresses and wearing a huge, beaming smile at every opportunity. She takes on the role of Mia, an aspiring actress, and La La Land follows the heart-warming journey she and Sebastian take while they both try to make it big in their respective industries.
Without dialogue, the montage-like trailer invites film fans into the seemingly beautiful world of Hollywood and the gorgeous twosome's fledgling relationship, as well as giving them a hint at the music that is set to come.
It's no surprise that Gosling's admirers have lost their minds over his singing voice and his gorgeousness - as well as the stunning cinematography - with plenty taking to Twitter to express their gratitude for the teaser.
ryan gosling is singing in la la land i'm confirmed going to die
-- Sam (@audrcyhorne) July 13, 2016
La La Land trailer is beautiful. Ryan Gosling singing...stunning cinematography...intrigue and hope. I'm already in love!
-- Sabrina (@SabrinaSpectre) July 13, 2016
La La Land stars Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling & is directed by Damien Chazelle & releases in December & might already be my new favorite movie.
-- Dev Stafford (@dezyx_7) July 13, 2016
#LaLaLand trailer is amazing, loved the cinematography!! Eagerly waiting for the movie!!
-- Bhushan Shete (@SheteBhushan) July 13, 2016
La La Land trailer proves that classical musicals are coming back and I'm super excited about that!!
-- Ryan Heflin (@rhefs56) July 13, 2016
The film also stars musician John Legend, Whiplash star JK Simmons and The Big Short's Finn Wittrock, and is set to open the Venice Film Festival on August 31 before being released in cinemas in December.