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.
In The Place Beyond the Pines, Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance creates a tragic and touching tale of crime and repercussions, with strong performances by Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper at its center.
Following confirmation that Disney is developing standalone Star Wars films centering on established characters, our thoughts turn to which young actors could step into Harrison Ford’s boots for the rumored Han Solo origin story.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith will join Man Men‘s Christina Hendricks in How to Catch a Monster, a fantasy noir written and directed by Ryan Gosling.
Ryan Gosling has dropped from his planned third collaboration with Drive director Nicholas Winding Refn, a new adaptation of William F. Nolan’s 1967 novel Logan’s Run.
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.
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Gangster Squad, the crime drama from Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer that stars Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling and Sean Penn locked in brutal battle for 1940s Los Angeles.
Screenwriter Andrew Baldwin has been hired to take a stab at Logan’s Run, the sci-fi remake that reunites director Nicholas Winding Refn with Drive star Ryan Gosling.
Warner Bros. reportedly has a wish list that includes Alexander Skarsgard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ryan Gosling for the role of the dashing Russian agent in Steven Soderbergh’s adaptation of the 1960s spy-fi series.
The actor will join Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin and Bryan Cranston in the 1940s drama about the real-life Los Angeles Police Department task force assembled to keep the East Coast Mafia out of the city.