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19th November 2012

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Tagged: Ryan GoslingNicolas Winding RefnFilmFilm PosterOnly God Forgives

1st May 2012

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So Ryan Gosling is gonna be in like 4 fucking movies this year. I wish I was Ryan Gosling. 

Tagged: Ryan GoslingThe Gangster SquadThe Place Beyond The PInesOnly God Forgives

20th April 2012

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Is anyone else as excited as I am for Terrence Malick’s next movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara? I can’t fucking wait!!!

Tagged: Terrence MalickRyan GoslingRooney MaraFilm

17th April 2012

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Mike Mitchell‘s Drive-inspired illustration “Accident”

Mike Mitchell‘s Drive-inspired illustration “Accident”

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9th March 2012

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Fake Criterion Drive Posters 

Tagged: DriveRyan GoslingCriterionCarey MulliganAlbert BrooksFilmPoster ArtNicolas Winding Refn

1st February 2012

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Ken Taylor

Ken Taylor

Tagged: DriveRyan GoslingCarrey MulliganAlbert BrooksChristina HendricksRon PerlmanFilmNicolas Wending RefnPoster Art

15th January 2012

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Massimo Carnevale

Massimo Carnevale

Tagged: DriveRyan GoslingCarey MulliganRon PerlmanFilmPoster ArtNicolas Winding Refn

7th December 2011

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Ryan Gosling as The Invisible Man

Ryan Gosling as The Invisible Man

Tagged: Ryan GoslingFilmThe New York TimesThe Invisible Man

7th December 2011

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As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary Oldman, Glenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.
In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.
 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary OldmanGlenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica ChastainMia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.

In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.

 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

Tagged: Brad PittThe New York TimesFilmGary OldmanGlenn CloseRooney MaraRyan GoslinRyan Gosling

26th November 2011

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Jeff Boyes

Jeff Boyes

Tagged: DriveRyan GoslingFilmArt