Gosling’s greatest acting challenge yet? That’s not rhetorical. No, this shouldn’t be a challenging role at all. Whatever role that is.
A romantic comedy that doesn’t immediately look like garbage? I was as surprised as you are.
Can gangster movies possibly be popular with modern audiences (Yes)?
Oh, and they’re both Sony films. But that’s it, everybody.
These 10 iconic movie couples have been immortalized on the big screen and are inseparable in moviegoers’ memories. The characters below appeared in both romances and tragedies. Their legendary relationships…
Clooney co-wrote, directs and stars in – get ready to use your “shocked” face for a moment – a new politically themed movie. Here’s a look at the set.
Having had enough with the craft services available on independent film sets, Ryan Gosling would like to move onto projects with better food like ‘Logan’s Run’.
He moved the stars into a house together and then tried to make them have sex. Somebody check to see if his employment history includes ‘The Real World’.
Blue Valentine is like (500) Days of Summer for the people who ended up marrying Summer. And Summer’s the guy in this.
For a story about a crime so full of weird details, there is absolutely nothing interesting about All Good Things. It’s just an episode of Unsolved Mysteries only they tricked some really good actors into being in it with the promise of Oscar, but Oscar will not be one of all good things that All Good Things might receive.
Those zan Brothers Weinstein have dropped the trailer for Blue Valentine. Awww, it looks sweet, but also equally heartbreaking. Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams play a couple going through the…
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Cast: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams
Synopsis: The film centers on a contemporary married couple, charting their evolution over a span of years by cross-cutting between time periods.
Release Date: December 26, 2010
Gosling bites his thumb at Clooney's on-set dress code.
George Clooney is stepping behind the camera again for Farragut North and he wants Ryan Gosling to be his leading man. Based on Howard Dean's 2004 campaign, Farragut North details the shady practices and backstabbings that take place in order for a candidate to get a nom. No stranger to nom-nom-noms, Venom-hopeful Philip Seymour Hoffman is on board as the boss of Gosling's political mastermind character.
Leonardo DiCaprio was once connected to the role, and then Chris Pine was expected to step in after bringing down the house in the play version. But in the end, it looks like it's Gosling's for the taking. No fair. He gets to be in a great movie AND Rachel McAdams. (Deadline)
Good news for people who like giant bouncing boobs! Christina Hendricks' wonderful breasts are joining the cast of Drive. The addition of Hendricks' chest rounds out an all-cast including Ryan Gosling, Chesty Laroo, Bryan Cranston, Tits McGee and Albert Brooks.
The film follows the exploits of a stunt driver who breasts as a getaway driver that boobs mammaries. The film is expected to hit theaters tits bazongas. Boobs. (Collider)
Albert Brooks isn't exactly considered a bad-ass. Finding Nemo and Defending Your Life don't usually strike fear into the hearts of men. Aside from his cameo as a supervillain on "The Simpsons," he usually plays a mild-mannered guy…until now.
Behold, Albert Brooks 2.0. Now the famed comedian is 90% more menacing thanks to his upcoming role in Drive, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. In the film, Brooks will play a New York mobster named Bernie Rose who moves to L.A. to kick ass and take names. The film also stars Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan and Bryan Cranston, who has turned into a bit of a bad-ass himself thanks to "Breaking Bad."
Now that Brooks has gone tough guy, can fellow comedian and neurotic Jew Richard Lewis be far behind? Only time will tell. (Deadline)