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First Valhalla Rising and now Only God Forgives. If he ever does shoot Logan’s Run Refn has said that it will be in 3D. At least that one won’t need to be converted.
New Movie Batman To Be Older, Movie To Forego An Origin – Ryan Gosling And Josh Brolin Are Contenders
“He will be established and rugged. This new movie will not seek to recount an origin story or the rise of the Dark Knight…”
And discover that he gets confused when he doesn’t shoot in chronological order.
The fact that they’ve used the same very few lines of dialogue for every trailer so far doesn’t bode well for anybody who likes a chatty script.
You would probably consider these not safe for work.
Hard, fast brutal kickboxing crimeland melodrama with Ryan Gosling and a lot of neon.
That moody-looking thriller with superhunk du jour Ryan Gosling in all the posters is actually three films in one. Michael Moran explains…
Ryan Gosling cranks up the moodiness as he gets ready for a night of death-defying work.
Nicholas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling have reteamed for a brutal crime drama set in the world of Thai organised crime and kickboxing clubs.
Steering wheel, steering wheel, steering wheel… handlebar.
I can’t say I was expecting Gosling to co-write and direct a fantasy film about an underwater world, but now that he is, I’m absolutely fascinated.
Michael Moran took a trip back to 1940s Los Angeles for the starry gangster jamboree. And he’s back with the straight dope for youse.
And Bradley Cooper is a New York cop.
If you attended a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises when it was released, it’s possible you caught a glimpse of the new trailer for Ruben Fleischer’s Gangster Squad, which included scenes of a shootout between the Mafia and …
The latest two examples in a long line of Avengers TV spots have premiered. That’s my favourite close up of a pair of shoes since Scott Pilgrim tied his laces, though Ryan Gosling stepping out across the bar at the …
Nicholas Winding Refn‘s Drive has some genuine pleasures, but none of them seem particularly literary in nature. Nevertheless, the film is an adaptation of a novel, and a greatly acclaimed one at that. James Sallis, the writer of Drive has …