Fans are accusing “Barbie” heartthrob Ryan Gosling of nipping and tucking his attractive face. Friends are worried he's damaging his movie star puss by adopting Hollywood's garish plastic-surgery trend, a new report claimed.

“A lot of people in his world are whispering he’s gone overboard with Botox and filler,” an unnamed source told The National Enquirer.

Fans slammed the 43-year-old actor after he was seen with a notably puffier face and extra-tight skin while promoting his upcoming comedy adventure flick “The Fall Guy.”

“Ryan Gosling, please step away from the filler,” one critic posted. “I am going to sneak into your house and dissolve your cheek filler,” another netizen penned.

According to an informant, Ryan is following in the footsteps of his 50-year-old actress wife, Eva Mendes, who has openly discussed her fondness of nip/tucks. “When the time comes, I’m going to nip it and tuck it all,” the “Ghost Rider” actress has vowed.

She recently stated on her social media page that she had seven long needles implanted into her neck with mono threads to increase collagen.

“There’s no doubt her interest in this has rubbed off on him, plus it’s Hollywood, everyone’s doing it,” the tipster said.

Ryan and Eva have allegedly kept their usage of Botox and filler a secret. However, renowned Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Otto Placik, who has not treated the couple, believes the Oscar-nominated hunk may have attempted to turn back the clock with injections.

“It does appear that he has a significantly larger cheek fullness compatible with fillers or fat or implants. The odd-looking appearance of the outer corner of his eyes while smiling also suggests Botox to the crow’s feet area,” Dr. Otto stated.

Business Times has reached out to Ryan Gosling for comments.

Meanwhile, Ryan is clearly enjoying his life with partner Eva, and he made it plain how important she is to his future with five heartfelt words on Stephen Colbert.

Ryan completed “The Colbert Questionert” while speaking with the “Late Show” host, which asked him some probing questions, the most revealing of which was to "describe the rest of your life in five words."

The actor paused for a time before responding with a five-word phrase: "Run It By Eva First." His response elicited ecstatic applause and chuckles, indicating that the crowd agreed with his plan to consult the former actress on all future issues.

Eva and Ryan have two kids, Esmeralda and Amada, and "The Notebook" actor has already discussed how his family influences his decision-making process. The star added that Eva and his daughters now impact the roles he chooses for work.

"I don't really take roles that are going to put me in some kind of dark place. This moment is what I feel like trying to read the room at home and feel like what is going to be best for all of us. The decisions I make, I make them with Eva and we make them with our family in mind first,” Ryan told WSJ Magazine.

Similarly, because Ryan did the majority of his own stunts when playing stunt performer Colt in “The Fall Guy,” his children made it plain which stunts dad could and could not accomplish himself, drawing some distinct red lines.

"My kids didn't want me to be set on fire. They were like, 'No. No fire.' So I didn't do it. They are such a huge part of this for was my girl's interest in Barbie and disinterest in Ken that got me into this in the first place. It was beautiful to have them there at the end,” he recalled.

Ryan went on to describe how bringing his girls to the set helped make sense of the chaos at home, including the mysterious tan stains that had been cropping up around the house.