Only God Forgives composer Cliff Martinez talks with Spinoff Online about his collaborations with directors Nicholas Winding Refn and Steven Soderbergh, avoiding typecasting, and which projects are next.
Ryan Gosling teams up with director Nicholas Winding Refn for the first time since Drive in Only God Forgives. The first trailer for the movie has finally arrived online.
Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn shuts down rumors about a sequel to the 2011 neo-noir crime drama, but opens the door to Ryan Gosling’s character returning in another film.
Ryan Gosling has selected his Drive co-star Christina Hendricks for his directorial debut, a surreal modern-day fairy tale called How to Catch a Monster. Gosling also wrote the script.
Marc Bernardin sifts through the best, or at least most interesting, of this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases, including Nicholas Winding Refn’s Drive, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Star Trek: The Next Generation – Next Level and Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody.
During a Q&A held over the weekend in New York City, legendary actor/writer/director Albert Brooks reflected on his ill-fated stand-up career, his diverse filmography and how he landed the role of the villain in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive.
This could easily be my favorite movie news story of the year: A woman is suing the distributor of recent Ryan Gosling movie Drive because, she says, there wasn’t enough driving in it. But why stop with Drive? There are so many other movies that don’t live up to their titles.
Disney’s The Lion King 3D brought out the most Butts, even with the higher ticket price that comes from its 3D-only showings.
Nicolas Winding Refn, director of Bronson and Drive, says if he gets his upcoming remake of Logan’s Run right, Warner Bros. may give him a shot at the long-languishing Wonder Woman movie.
She’s spent four years being the complex object of unspoken desire for many Mad Men fans, and finally, Christina Hendricks is getting a bigscreen break, joining the cast of Ryan Gosling’s Drive.
For a movie that sounds like The Fast And The Furious‘ cliched younger brother, Drive is definitely gathering an impressive cast list, with Carey Mulligan and Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston poised to get on board the thriller.