Anna Kendrick posted a racy tweet about watching Gangster Squad, or more specifically, Ryan Gosling – and earned herself 10,000 retweets on Twitter. “Ugh – Never going to a Ryan Gosling movie in a theater again,” the actress tweeted.
Awards season is upon us again, with Oscar nominations being announced by first-time host Seth MacFarlane and Gangster Squad's Emma Stone early Thursday morning, and after that fans will only have about six weeks to get caught up on the nominations before the 85th Academy Awards airs live on ABC at 7 p.
Actor Josh Brolin was arrested New Year’s Day for public intoxication in Santa Monica, Calif. He was released four hours after being booked on $250 bail. "This was a booking only to hold him until he sobered up," said Santa Monica Police Sgt.
If you already thought Ryan Gosling was the perfect man, prepare to be impressed: It seems that Gosling, who starred in 2011's Drive with Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, will now direct his former costar in the lead role of the upcoming How to Catch a Monster, which Gosling also reportedly wrote and will be produced by Drive producers Marc Platt and Adam Siegel.
Sean Penn, 51, who recently completed a 36-hour anger management class that was part of a court order for his 2009 attack on a photographer in Los Angeles in which Penn broke the man's camera, may have something new to get angry about — it seems that Warner Bros.
Christopher Nolan Speaks Out About 'Unbearably Savage' Shooting At 'Dark Knight Rises' Aurora Premiere
Batman series director Christopher Nolan, 41, has released a statement over the gruesome Thursday night shootings at the Aurora, Colorado movie premiere of Nolan's new The Dark Knight Rises — a crime which was allegedly perpetrated by gunman James Holmes, 24, who arrived at the theater wearing a gas mask and heavy trench coat in the style of the character Bane from the movie, who is portrayed by Tom Hardy.
Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer’s latest venture Gangster Squad has been buzzing through audiences' eardrums with the recent release of the first trailer. If the 1940’s film noir, gangster homage doesn’t perk your interest, then the illustrious cast surely will: Sean Penn (with flawlessly grizzled make-up), Nick Nolte, Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Giovanni Ribisi, Robert Patrick, Anthony Mackie, Michael Pena, and Emma Stone as the essential femme fatale.