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Ryan is set to make a late night appearance on David Letterman, July 12th 2011.  This would no doubt be for ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ which would premiere sometime that week and open in theaters July 29th.

Please check your local listings for time and CBS channel.

Tu 7/12: Roseanne Barr, Ryan Gosling, Blake Shelton
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Golden Globe Nomination 2011

December 14th, 2010
Helena

Ryan has been nominated for another award.  Today Ryan was announced as a 68th Golden Globe 2011 nominee for his role in Blue Valentine.  The awards will take place on January 16th 2011.

Michelle Williams was also nominated for Best Actress (Blue Valentine)

“I am very grateful to the HFPA. I also would like to thank them for acknowledging Michelle Williams for her incredible performance. Without the 12 years of director Derek Cianfrance’s unwavering vision and commitment none of this would have been possible. I share this nomination with both of them.”

Along with the December 2nd Special Screening, Blue Valentine also held their press conference.  The blue backdrop is very fitting.

    

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This is a 5 min clip/interview from Cannes with Ryan, Michelle and Derek.  There are some film scenes we haven’t seen before in this.

The film looks like it is going to hold true to what everyone is saying about it: ‘raw, real and gritty’

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In 12 days Blue Valentine will be in Cannes for the 63rd Cannes Festival: Films in Competition (May 18th).  According to the films twitter Ryan is set to be attending – we shall see.

12 days and counting till our premiere at cannes, ryan, michelle, derek, @LynetteHowell @jamiepatricof & alex orlovksy will all b there.

Blue Valentine is in the section called ‘Un Certain Regard’ which is a seclection of films with all different kinds of visions and styles which seek international recognition.

There are 19 films in ‘Un Certain Regard’
BLUE VALENTINE (BLUE VALENTINE) directed by Derek CIANFRANCE

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Blue Valentine Updates

January 24th, 2010
Helena

Yesterday Ryan Gosling landed in Park City, Utah along with Michelle Williams.  Today at 3:15 there will (I believe) be the screening.  Hopfully we will get photos.

You may get a chance to win a signed poster.  Go to the Blue Valentine official site and register (it only takes a moment)!

Two photos of the official movie poster have been released and are in the gallery.

Good luck to the Blue Valentine cast and crew, hopefully this movie gets picked up.

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10 films to watch: Sundance

January 20th, 2010
Helena

Blue Valentine already making an impression.  It has been listed by USA Today as one of the 10 films to watch.  Below is the short synopsis along with a quote from Ryan.

Blue Valentine

Ryan Gosling has explored romance in The Notebook and love in an offbeat way in Lars and the Real Girl. Here, he plays a man trying to hold together a marriage even though his wife (Michelle Williams) no longer feels the same. The movie jumps back and forth between the beginning and end of the relationship. “Sex is a really important character in the film, a bone of contention in the present and a dialogue of their love in the past. … I’ve heard (the film) described as a portrait of love falling apart, but I think they should call it an ‘erotic thriller,’ ” he says with a laugh. “That sounds way more fun.”

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Peter Jackson talks about Ryan

December 10th, 2009
Lindsey

The Lovely Bones will be released on January,2010 and Peter Jackson is giving interviews talking about the movie. As you all know Ryan was casted but dropped the role before the shooting started. Journalists, once again, asked Jackson about that, and this is what he answered;

Is it true that you cast Ryan Gosling as her father but that he dropped out right before filming started?

Ryan had always said to us that he was just too young to play the role of a 14-year-old’s father — I think he was 26 at the time. And then the film also spans seven years, so by the time it ends, Susie’s sister is about 20, and he’d have to play the father of a 20-year-old. Ryan’s a terrific actor, and we felt that he could act his way around this problem, and we’d help him with make-up and so on.
So our attitude was, “Don’t worry, there’s a way we can fix this and you’ll be great!” But he wasn’t so sure.

And the thing that was the catalyst was that we cast Rose McIver as Susie’s sister, and while Saoirse was 14, Rose was already about 19. Ryan just couldn’t make himself believe he could be her father when he was only six years older. He just couldn’t do it. Ryan needs more reality than that in order to do his best work. So when he told me, I was like, “Well, OK,” and it was very amicable. Luckily we got Mark Wahlberg to step in.

You can read the whole interview here

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