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    Watch: New Red Band Trailer For 'Only God Forgives' Will Knock Your Teeth Out

    One of the most hotly anticipated movies of the year, at least around these parts, is Nicolas Winding Refn's epic reteam with his "Drive" costar Ryan Gosling, "Only God Forgives." And our anticipatory glee just shot through the roof with the release of a brand new red-band trailer for the movie over...

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    Watch: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes Discuss 'The Place Beyond The Pines' in New Featurette

    With the limited release of Derek Cianfrance's long awaited "Blue Valentine" follow-up "The Place Beyond the Pines," beginning today, distributor Focus Features has released a video featurette on the conception and production on the film, featuring interviews with the director and stars Ryan Gosling...

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    Saoirse Ronan's Irish Accent Will Be Heard For 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' Talks Ryan Gosling's "Stylized" 'How To Catch A Monster' & More

    This month's tentpole adaptation, “The Host,” stands to bring Saoirse Ronan to a new level of exposure, but for fans of the actress looking beyond Stephenie Meyer's creation, there's plenty of promising projects soon to come: she's nabbed lead roles in both Wes Anderson's latest, “The Grand Budapest...

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    Weinstein's New Label, Radius-TWC, Acquires Latest Nicolas Winding Refn / Ryan Gosling Collaboration

    The Weinstein Company's new label, Radius-TWC, has nabbed U.S. rights to "Only God Forgives," the latest from "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn that sees him re-teaming with that film's star, Ryan Gosling. Kirstin Scott Thomas ("Sarah's Key") and Tom Burke ("Cheri") co-star in the crime thriller...

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    Terrence Malick To Shoot 'Lawless' & 'Knight Of Cups' Back-To-Back In 2012, Both With Christian Bale

    Cate Blanchett Stars In Both Pics Too; 'Lawless' Co-Stars Ryan Gosling, Haley Bennett & Rooney Mara; 'Knight Of Cups' Co-Stars Isabel LucasHere's today's big breaking news: Terrence Malick is prepping to shoot two films in 2012, "Lawless" and "Knight Of Cups," with both pictures starring Christian B...

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    Ryan Gosling Trades In A Car For A Motorcycle In First Official Look At 'The Place Beyond The Pines'

    We've seen him blonde and inked in the set photos from "The Place Beyond The Pines" but now comes the first official look at Ryan Gosling in the film. And yes, he does look as badass on a bike as he does behind the wheel.

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    Weekend Box Office: 'Real Steel' Takes Number One, Looks More Like Imitation Scrap

    There are only a handful of stars in Hollywood, and Dreamworks gambled on Hugh Jackman being one of them for “Real Steel.” While the picture is hitting number one with a $27 million tally, it’s clear they may have erred. Dreamworks and Disney were very aggressive in marketing this robot boxing movie...

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    Ryan Gosling Calls Upcoming Project 'Only God Forgives' The "Strangest Thing" He’s Ever Read

    Says Director Ruben Fleischer Holds His Own Amongst the Massive Ensemble of 'Gangster Squad'

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    The Road To 'Drive': The Films Of Nicolas Winding Refn

    After months of build-up, moviegoers finally got a look at "Drive," the much-acclaimed crime thriller by Nicolas Winding Refn, this weekend. With a C- Cinemascore (whatever that's worth), it's clearly a divisive picture, but there's been enough passion spent on the film, here and elsewhere, to suggest that plenty of discerning cinephiles have fallen for it in the way that several Playlist staffers have in recent weeks. And if you were one of them, Refn might have been a new face for you; the director has been active for fifteen years now, but only really started to come to attention of U.S. film fans in the last few years (or arguably, months...

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