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Ryan Gosling and Christina Hendricks Team for 'How to Catch a Monster'

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Ryan Gosling is still everywhere. Even though he hasn't had as many movies this year as he did last year (in fact, it looks like he could with only one film this year after Gangster Squad's delay), he's made up for it by becoming an internet meme. He's now set to make his writing and directing debut with How to Catch a...

'Gangster Squad' To Reshoot Finale In LA's Chinatown

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Necessary or not, Gangster Squad will be reshooting its ending later this month in LA’s Chinatown, which has become the new scene for the big final confrontation in the upcoming action drama. The original ending took place as a shootout inside a movie theater, and is now being reshot out of sensitivity in the wake of the The Dark Knight Rises Aurora...

'Gangster Squad' May Be Pushed Back To 2013 Due To Colorado Shooting

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In the wake of the horrific assault upon theater-goers during last week’s Aurora, Colorado screening of The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Bros. is currently “scrambling” to rework Ruben Fleischer’s film Gangster Squad before its planned release date of September 7.  Featuring as it does a scene during the climax in which a mob villain fires a gun through...

'Gangster Squad' May Face Delays, Possibly A Recut

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Ruben Fleischer‘s film Gangster Squad is in a difficult position this week, and may have to be delayed or recut in the wake of the horrific cinema shooting in Aurora, CO. Part of the climax of the film features a scene in which mobsters fire at a theater full of moviegoers, shooting out into the auditorium from behind the screen, as pictured in the trailer.

'Only God Forgives' Stylish Shots Feature Ryan Gosling on the Set

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Though Drive didn't cross over into the mainstream as may have been hoped, it did inspire numerous hipsters to buy scorpion jackets, won director Nicholas Winding Refn the best director prize at Cannes, made Ryan Gosling look cool, and earned Albert Brooks a place in the bad guy hall of fame. Refn and Gosling teamed up again for Only God...

Josh Brolin And Ryan Gosling Get Rough In 'Gangster Squad' Trailer

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The trailer for Gangster Squad is an interesting beast—it starts out appearing to be a star-studded (Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, and Emma Stone) and sharp take on 1940s noir; then, around 1:30 mark, it switches gears and becomes a Guy Ritchie-styled monstrosity.  So what kind of film is this—an L.A. Confidential neo noir, or a...

News Roundup: Scarlett Johansson, Ryan Gosling, Titanic 3D, and More

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Several high-profile films are heading to theaters and The Muppets are leading the way! Disney has released their latest parody posters, which feature Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog channeling their inner Twilight. We've also snagged the first one-sheet for the revamped, 3D release of Titanic, and we've discovered...

Terrence Malick is Making Two Films With Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett

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Sometimes that gift horse should not have his mouth inspected. Today FilmNation has announced that Terrence Malick will be shooting two films next year, on top of the two films he supposedly shot this year (maybe one was footage for one of these), both starring Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett and 2011 poster boy Ryan Gosling. For a director who took nearly two decades to return to cinema,...

Box Office Predictions: Real Steel to Win in the End

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And that's not a spoiler (or is it?) After a couple of weekends of older pictures, either in days (Dolphin Tale took the #1 slot a week after release) or years (the reissue of The Lion King), the first week of October promises to deliver new movies can top the box office. Shawn Levy's Real Steel is a genuine crowd...

The Ides of March: Review

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George Clooney is some kind of machine. He's in two movies this year, including The Ides of March, which he also co-wrote, directed and produced. And like everything he's directed it's good, but falls short of greatness. Ryan Gosling stars as Stephens Myers, a wunderkind political analyst who's one of the most important men behind Governor Morris (Clooney), but as the...

Interview: Ryan Gosling on Ides of March

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If it feels like Ryan Gosling has descended on Hollywood, it’s because he has – Gosling has had no less than three leading roles in films over the last three months. Each showed different sides of his talent. In Crazy, Stupid Love he proved his comedic and romantic chops, in Drive he exhibited his action...

Interview: Evan Rachel Wood on Ides of March

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Evan Rachel Wood started playing a rebellious young girl in Thirteen, and that role has lingered over her for much of her career. Wood talks about having some “crazy” years, but now she’s in George Clooney’s Ides of March, and she feels like she’s on track again. We talked about her work in the movie, Clooney and Ryan Gosling, her...

Drive: Movie Review

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Get ready for Drive. The modern 80's-esq, dramatic, action film about a driver who knows how to do one thing damn well. From the unique characters, to the stellar performances across the board, this risky film sets its unique tone from the start and carries it through to the bitter end. With its risky style of shooting, to the willfully strong perspective of the...

Crazy, Stupid, Love: Movie Review

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Crazy, Stupid, Love, is another simple, funny, easy to swallow and in no way challenging comedy that was made for everyone. It's got some fine actors, giving good performances (though none of their best) with some solid comedic lines and quite a bit of heart. My only problem is that it really wasn't anything that new or different. That's not...

Ryan Gosling Up For Lone Ranger?

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The Wrap is reporting that Ryan Gosling is in the room for the Gore Verbinski/Johnny Depp version of The Lone Ranger. Depp would play Tonto to Gosling's white knight of a cowboy. At the same time they are noting that Gosling's schedule as of now is in conflict with doing the picture. Which makes the likelihood of him doing it all the more questionable.

Crazy, Stupid, Love Trailer Offers Laughs, Entire Plot

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Crazy, Stupid, Love the new film from Glenn Ficarra and John Requa opens July 29 this year, and a trailer has just been released. The film stars Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Kevin Bacon and Marisa Tomei. The trailer promises a lot of heart, a couple of laughs, and seems to lay out everything that happens in the movie from start to finish....

Photos: George Clooney, Ryan Gosling on Ides of March Set

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Production has finally begun on George Clooney's upcoming film The Ides of March. Clooney both stars and directs the feature that centers on the hardcore world of politics. Besides himself, the cast also includes Ryan Gosling, who appears in several of the set photos we found on KYpost. Check them out...

Ryan Gosling to Star in Logan's Run Remake

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Do you remember when we told you about the remake of Logan's Run? The film will be directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and has the potential to star Ryan Gosling. According to Deadline, the Oscar nominated actor might headline the film that previously featured Michael York as the lead in a world where aging past 30 equals death.

All Good Things: Movie Review

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Well, they definitely took a risk on this film! Whether or not it worked out is another story. There are some extremely strong moments, an amazing supporting cast and a hell of a performance from the star of the film Ryan Gosling, the film didn't quite add up the way it needed to in order for the audience to feel any real of sense of satisfaction. My guess is Blue Valentine will be...