The trailer for Ryan Gosling’s fist film, Lost River, starring Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Eva Mendes and Matt Smith was released yesterday. I’ve always admired Ryan’s pursuits in acting and music, so I’m really excited to see how he is as a director. 56 more words
Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River, is a deeply maddening film. It really is. It’s maddening because its style promises a more intriguing film than the one it eventually delivers, because there’s such a clarity of purpose that its failings are all the more pronounced, because there’s so much talent on hand, wholly committed to the material, for a film that doesn’t know what it wants to be and never decides, instead opting to synthesize all of its many influences into one strange, unwieldy beast of a quasi-fairytale. 893 more words
LONDON — Actresses Saoirse Ronan and Pollyanna McIntosh have joined the guest list for the Jameson Dublin Intl. Film Festival, which runs March 19-29.
Ronan will be attending the screening of neo-noir fantasy film “Lost River,” which is written and directed by actor Ryan Gosling. 136 more words
Fox Searchlight has set an awards season release for “Brooklyn,” slotting the Saoirse Ronan drama for a Nov. 6 launch.
“Brooklyn,” the story of an immigrant’s journey to New York, was bought during Sundance for $9 million following its Jan. 52 more words
I just got back from a short, rainy run. Actually, it was pouring mostly sleet. The pavement was really slick in patches, and there were lots of big puddles and inattentive motorists. 336 more words