Ryan Gosling

  • Kid reporters scold Ryan Reynolds for being mean to Hugh Jackman

    Ryan Reynolds has never faced interviewers like these.

  • Ryan Reynolds says people mistake him for Ben Affleck: 'They'll ask how J.Lo is'

    "There's a pizza place in the East Village in New York that I've been going to for years. They believe I'm Ben Affleck and I've never corrected them," Reynolds said.

  • Christina Aguilera reflects on being pitted against her fellow child stars: 'It's a weird space to grow up in'

    Christina Aguilera is now 40, but she's still recovering from her days as a child star.

  • Jessica Simpson says she won't watch Britney Spears doc because she 'lived it'

    On Friday's Tamron Hall Show, the singer and actress, 40, was asked if she's seen the "Framing Britney Spears" doc, but said no, as it would be too triggering.

  • Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton and Alfre Woodard Join ‘The Gray Man’ Cast

    “Bridgerton” breakout Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton and Alfre Woodard are set to star with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in the next film from “Avengers: Endgame” directors Anthony and Joe Russo — a big-budgeted spy and espionage thriller called “The Gray Man” that the brothers will direct at Netflix. Ana De Armas, Wagner Moura, Jessica Henwick, Dhanush and Julia Butters round out the rest of the cast. Joe Russo wrote the script — with a polish by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely — based on the book and series “The Gray Man” by Mark Greaney. Also Read: Ana de Armas Joins Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in 'The Gray Man' at Netflix “The Gray Man” follows Court Gentry (Gosling), a legend in the covert realm, who is an expert at completing any lethal task and then disappearing. But he’s now being pursued by a former CIA colleague of his, Lloyd Hansen (Evans), once they feel that Gentry has outlived his usefulness. Its budget could exceed $200 million, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. The Russo Brothers’ AGBO will produce the film, brothers and Mike Larocca listed as producers along with Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum for Roth Kirschenbaum. “The Gray Man” — which has the potential to become a franchise at Netflix — hopes to begin production shortly. The book series dates back to 2009 and was followed by eight sequels. They were meant to be turned into a franchise in the past, including with “Mission: Impossible” director Christopher McQuarrie attached and in a separate project starring Brad Pitt as directed by James Gray. Best known for breaking out on the smash hit Netflix series “Bridgerton,” Regé-Jean Page will next star in the ensemble “Dungeons and Dragons” at Paramount. Thornton most recently wrapped production on the fourth season of his “Goliath” series over at Amazon. Woodard will next be seen in Sony’s “Fatherhood” opposite Kevin Hart. Regé-Jean Page is repped by CAA, Mosaic, The Artists Partnership, Ziffren Brittenham. Billy Bob Thornton is repped by WME, Media Talent Group and Myman Greenspan Rosenberg Mobasser Younger & Light. Alfre Woodard is repped by ICM Partners, Circle of Confusion and Gochman Law. Deadline first reported the news. Read original story Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton and Alfre Woodard Join ‘The Gray Man’ Cast At TheWrap

  • Ryan Gosling to Star in and Produce Thriller ‘The Actor’ From Director Duke Johnson

    Ryan Gosling is set to star in and produce an upcoming thriller called “The Actor” from director Duke Johnson. The film is based on a novel called “Memory” by Donald E. Westlake, and the film is being presented to buyers at the European Film Market. Johnson also wrote the screenplay with Stephen Cooney. Here’s the logline: New York actor Paul Cole (Gosling) is beaten and left for dead in 1950s Ohio. Stripped of his memory and stranded in a mysterious small town, Paul struggles to get back home and reclaim what he’s lost. The Actor follows a thrilling journey we all must take: to find home, to find love, and ultimately to find ourselves. Johnson will also produce with Abigail Spencer under their Innerlight Films production banner, as will Ryan Gosling with Ken Kao. Paul Young is also producing through his company Make Good. Also Read: Ana de Armas Joins Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in 'The Gray Man' at Netflix CAA Media Finance and Endeavor Content co-represent U.S. rights; Endeavor Content is handling international sales. Gosling has a couple of projects brewing, including the Netflix thriller “The Gray Man” alongside Chris Evans and Ana de Armas from the Russo Brothers, and Leigh Whannell’s “Wolfman” at Universal. He also teamed with Kao to produce “Project Hail Mary” from Phil Lord and Chris Miller and based on a novel by “The Martian” author Andy Weir. Johnson is a co-director on Charlie Kaufman’s stop motion animated “Anomalisa” from 2015, for which he was nominated for an Oscar. Gosling is represented by CAA and attorney Robert Offer. Johnson is represented by ICM Partners and Paul Young. Spencer is represented by UTA, Untitled, and attorneys Gretchen Rush and Huy Nguyen. Cooney is represented by Bruns Brennan & Berry. Deadline first reported the news of the project. Read original story Ryan Gosling to Star in and Produce Thriller ‘The Actor’ From Director Duke Johnson At TheWrap

  • Ana de Armas Joins Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in ‘The Gray Man’ at Netflix

    “Knives Out” star Ana de Armas is set to star with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in the next film from “Avengers: Endgame” directors Anthony and Joe Russo — a big-budgeted spy and espionage thriller called “The Gray Man” that the brothers will direct at Netflix. Its budget could exceed $200 million, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Joe Russo wrote the script — with a polish by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely — based on the book and series “The Gray Man” by Mark Greaney.“The Gray Man” follows Court Gentry (Gosling), a legend in the covert realm, who is an expert at completing any lethal task and then disappearing. But he’s now being pursued by a former CIA colleague of his, Lloyd Hansen (Evans), once they feel that Gentry has outlived his usefulness.Also Read: Ana de Armas, Julia Garner Lead IMDb's Top Stars of 2020 List (Exclusive)The Russo Brothers’ AGBO will produce the film, brothers and Mike Larocca listed as producers along with Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum for Roth Kirschenbaum.“The Gray Man” — which has the potential to become a franchise at Netflix — hopes to begin production in January.The book series dates back to 2009 and was followed by eight sequels. They were meant to be turned into a franchise in the past, including with “Mission: Impossible” director Christopher McQuarrie attached and in a separate project starring Brad Pitt as directed by James Gray.Nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in “Knives Out,” de Armas was also recently seen in the “Sergio,” “The Informer” and “The Night Clerk.” Next up, she will star with Daniel Craig in his final outing as James Bond in “No Time To Die” and the New Regency thriller “Deep Water” opposite Ben Affleck.Ana de Armas is repped by CAA, Impression Entertainment, Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks.Deadline first reported the news.Read original story Ana de Armas Joins Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in ‘The Gray Man’ at Netflix At TheWrap

  • Jamie Foxx takes command of the keys — and takes jazz back from Ryan Gosling — in Pixar's 'Soul' (exclusive clip)

    Foxx and the creators of "Soul" talk about jazz music's prominent role in upcoming film.

  • 'Remember the Titans' at 20: Boaz Yakin on the challenges of making a PG movie about racism and why he wouldn't be hired to direct it today

    The filmmaker talks about the difficulties he faced making the beloved sports drama as it turns 20.

  • Russo Bros. to Direct Netflix’s Most Expensive Original Film Yet, Starring Gosling and Evans

    The film is a no-brainer for Netflix after "Extraction" earned 99 million views in four weeks.

  • Ryan Gosling’s ‘Wolfman’ Howling At Universal As Director Leigh Whannell & Blumhouse Join The Pack

    EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures has set its Wolfman project on a fast track to production. Leigh Whannell is negotiating to direct Ryan Gosling in the lead role, and Jason Blum's Blumhouse has boarded the picture to be producer along with Gosling. Blumhouse just teamed with Whannell on the Elizabeth Moss-starrer The Invisible Man, a $7 million […]

  • Ryan Gosling Will Star as ‘Wolfman,’ the Latest Monster Movie from Universal

    Universal continues to dig into its catalogue of horror classics on the heels of the success of "The Invisible Man."

  • Ryan Gosling’s ‘Wolfman’ Gears Up at Universal as Director Decision Nears (EXCLUSIVE)

    Months after Universal successfully relaunched its monster universe with Elisabeth Moss's "The Invisible Man," the studio is pushing ahead for "Wolfman" -- which is being developed as a starring vehicle for Ryan Gosling -- to be the next movie based on its catalog of iconic creatures. Sources tell Variety that executives at Universal have been […]

  • New Bond girl Ana de Armas talks working with Ryan Gosling, Keanu Reeves: 'I've been very lucky'

    New Bond girl Ana de Armas talks working with Ryan Gosling, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Craig and more.

  • Ryan Gosling predicted the Backstreet Boys would never make it: 'Cut to, he was wrong'

    The Backstreet Boys revealed Tuesday on "Watch What Happens Live" that Ryan Gosling didn't think the boy band would hit it big.

  • Eva Mendes fires back at follower who said she's 'getting old': 'Thank you for the reminder that I'm still here'

    Eva Mendes didn't hesitate to respond to an Instagram commenter who said "she's getting old."

  • LA Prosecutor Seeks to Use Robert Durst’s Interview for Ryan Gosling’s ‘All Good Things’ DVD at Murder Trial

    Prosecutors in Los Angeles are seeking to admit real estate scion Robert Durst’s DVD commentary for the 2010 Ryan Gosling film “All Good Things” into evidence at Durst’s upcoming murder trial. “All Good Things, although a ‘fictional’ movie, was specifically based and marketed as the story of the disappearance and death of defendant Robert Durst’s (‘Defendant’) wife, the subsequent murder of his best friend, and the killing of his neighbor and confidante in Texas,” the paperwork reads.

  • Claire Foy on shooting 'First Man': 'It was as real as humanly possible'

    Claire Foy discusses her role opposite Ryan Gosling in Damien Chazelle's astronaut thriller, "First Man."

  • Couples who met on set: 'Riverdale's' Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart, and more

    Working together provided the perfect opportunity for these couples to connect.

  • Ryan Gosling's Neil Armstrong is a man of few words in this 'First Man' clip (exclusive)

    Onscreen and in real life, Ryan Gosling is often a man of few words … and many soulful glances. That makes him the perfect actor to portray Neil Armstrong, the famously taciturn astronaut who in 1969 became the first terrestrial citizen to set foot on Earth's moon.