‘Stay’ Screen Captures

Mar 13 • by Luciana • No CommentsFilms, Gallery

Hey everybody! While Ryan it still hiding his pretty self from us, we decided to go through the gallery and update the site with some missing pictures. To start, I’ve just updated the gallery with screencaptures of 2005 film ‘Stay‘, as you can see by the previews below:


Gallery Link:
Movies & TV Shows > 2005 – Stay > DVD/Blu-Ray: Film Screencaptures

Ryan Hired a Dream Analyst for “How to Catch a Monster”

Mar 9 • by Luciana • No CommentsHow To Catch a Monster

For his directorial debut, the upcoming surreal fantasy How to Catch a Monster, Ryan Gosling (who also wrote the film) hired a dream analyst to advise his actors. Let that soak in for a minute: Ryan Gosling had his cast consult with a dream analyst. It’s an eccentric move, even for a guy as eccentric (and dreamy) as Gosling. But, as with all things Quirky Gosling, it’s pretty fantastic as well. According to Saoirse Ronan, who stars in the film alongside Christina Hendricks, Eva Mendes, and Matt Smith, the analyst was a woman named Greta. She had the actors write themselves letters each night — something along the lines of, “Dear inner self, if it is your will, reveal to me in a dream tonight what my character’s relationship is to this other character,” Ronan told Vulture. Then they let their subconscious provide the answers.

“We would come in the next day to discuss our dreams with each other, and act them out,” says Ronan, who stars in this weekend’s new Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. “I’d tell Greta, ‘Listen, I don’t know what this is, but I was doing this last night, and then this person popped up [in my dream]‘ and she’d make sense out of it. And that was our rehearsal.” By sharing their dreams — recurring dreams in Hendricks’s case — “it made us become very close,” Ronan said. “It was a very new method for me, because all of a sudden, Ryan was encouraging us to incorporate our own personalities into our characters, how you feel about things, what your anxieties are, and things like that.”

Ronan plays a girl called Rat in the movie. (Because “she kind of lives like a rat,” Ronan explains.) “She lives in this house with her grandmother, and her grandmother’s a hoarder, and there’s lots of man-made tunnels within the house, because there’s so much memorabilia that the grandmother’s collected over the years. And I had a pet rat, Nick. Ryan had shown me photos, and he said, ‘So these are the rats we can choose from.’ And there was this beautiful white Siberian rat, like a Russian rat, or something like that, and he had beautiful eyes, and I thought, Oh! He’s really nice. And Ryan was like, ‘Oh! I think we’re going to go with a sewer rat. The mousey, brown-gray sewer rat.’” But by and large, Gosling was the expert collaborator you’d expect him to be, allowing for improvisation, and getting everyone psyched to shoot the same scene in different locations. “It kind of felt like a guerrilla-style filmmaking experience,” Ronan said. “We’d learn our scenes the night before, and then he’d tell us to just forget about that, and just chat. I found it very brave, for him to have so much trust in his cast.”

Read the whole article at Vulture.

Ryan nominated for the Satellite Awards

The International Press Academy announced earlier this morning the nominees for the 18th Annual International Press Academy Satellite Award and Ryan got nominee for his amazing work on ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’

Actor in a Supporting Role
Jake Gyllenhaal – Prisoners
Harrison Ford – 42
Casey Affleck – Out of the Furnace
Bradley Cooper – American Hustle
Ryan Gosling – The Place Beyond the Pines
Michael Fassbender – 12 Years a Slave
Tom Hanks – Saving Mr. Banks

The Satellite Awards ceremony will be held March 9 in Los Angeles.

Ryan considered for JD Salinger Biopic?

Sep 24 • by Lindsey • 1 Comment »Films, News & Rumours

It has been reported by the Telegraph that Ryan is among the actors who are considered for Weinstein Companies’ upcoming biopic on JD Salinger.

The Weinstein Company said the biopic will focus on the author’s life between his World War II service and the publication of “The Catcher in the Rye” in 1951 and will examine “the effects war can have on an artist.”

Speculation was rife in the US about who could play Salinger, with actors including Ryan Gosling suggested for the part.

The film will be written by Shane Salerno, whose documentary “Salinger” opened this month.

Salerno spent years researching the reclusive author for the documentary and a recently published 700-page book, co-authored with David Shields.

But the documentary recieved mixed reviews, with some critics saying it embodied the kind of prying the author detested.

Salinger died in New Hampshire in 2010, aged 91.

‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ Promotional Photoshoot

Aug 27 • by Luciana • 1 Comment »Crazy Stupid Love, Sessions & Outtakes

I have added 5 additional promotional photoshoot Ryan did for ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love‘ thanks to Andreas

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots & Portraits > Photoshoots from 2011 > “Crazy, Stupid, Love” Promotional

‘Only God Forgives’ on Empire Magazine

Aug 1 • by Luciana • 1 Comment »Magazines Scans, Only God Forgives

Thanks to our friend Celyn we have up scans of Empire Magazine August issue, featuring Only God Forgives:

Gallery Links:
Magazines Scans > 2013 > Aug | Empire UK

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