When it comes to the world of Blade Runner, the mysteries have always been better than the solutions. Part of why a sequel like Blade Runner 2049 even exists is because the original film asked so many hard questions and gave so few concrete answers—and it’s a tradition that continues with the new film.
Last night, Ryan Gosling hosted Saturday Night Live, and he took the opportunity to reprise his role as the obsessive, moody driver from 2011's Drive. This time, he only had one thing on his dark mind. Avatar.
Harrison Ford is known for being a bit aloof, especially during interviews. He famously doesn’t particularly enjoy the attention, and his behavior is often a little bit on the side of strange.
Last year, Ryan Gosling told GQ that Harrison Ford punched him in the face while filming Blade Runner 2049. According to Ford himself, yup, it happened, it’s Gosling’s fault, and he should be thankful that he only got punched once.
The second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is here and, as expected, it’s just undeniably beautiful.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales isn’t the only upcoming movie about magical ocean ghosts. Ryan Gosling has signed on to produce an adaptation of The Underwater Welder, a graphic novel about a scuba diver’s haunted adventures off an oil rig.
For almost anyone else on the planet Earth, having Ryan Gosling play them in a movie would be the coolest thing to ever happen to them. But that’s not the case when your list of achievements includes “First Human to Walk on the Moon.”
Some things look familiar, some things look really different, and few things have changed a lot in this first tease from the sequel to Blade Runner.
In exactly one year from today, the long-awaited (by some) sequel to Blade Runner will finally premiere. To commemorate the occasion Warner Bros. has announced the official title and released the this first behind the scenes photo... neither of which are actually that exciting.
The final piece of casting for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner sequel has just been set—it’s Jared Leto, fresh off his polarizing take on the Joker in Suicide Squad.
Don’t tell the replicants, but Blade Runner 2 will hit theaters on January 12, 2018. Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in the Denis Villeneuve-directed movie, which picks up “several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 original.”
It might not be the biggest Harrison Ford-related news of the day, but I thought you guys would still probably like to know that actor/heartthrob/baby goose Ryan Gosling is in talks to join Blade Runner 2 in an unspecified role.
Ryan Gosling's odd ball Lost River movie and directing debut hasn't received a great response. But one thing it does have going for it is Matt Smith screaming "look at my muscles" over and over. Behold the first freaky trailer right now.
Here is a short (but fairly complete) list of things that I am into: magic, heroes, quests, monsters, Ancient Greece, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, thighs, chins, muscles, loincloths, and butts. So IMAGINE MY EXCITEMENT about Hercules, the new Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson vehicle opening this Friday!
Get a good look at Ryan Gosling's directorial debut in this clip from Lost River (formerly called How To Catch A Monster). This movie is batty — but maybe in a good way? We can't tell yet, take a look.
Ryan Gosling's Lost River (formerly How to Catch a Monster) is being publicized as a dark fantasy movie with some pretty big-name stars, including Christina Hendricks and Matt Smith. Here are the first two images from the film, including one of a woman (presumably Hendricks) standing before a rather ominous-looking…
Tall drink of Time Lord Matt Smith has been cast in Ryan Gosling's How to Catch a Monster movie. Which means that at some point these two men will touch hands, thus forming a squee supernova that will be felt throughout the internet for decades.
Ryan Gosling is making a science fiction movie with Christina Hendricks and monsters? This could be the most universally appealing film ever created! The beloved actor and hardbody, Gosling, will be making his directorial debut in the film he also wrote, called How to Catch a Monster.
It looks like the new Logan's Run movie might be moving forward after all. Writer Andrew Baldwin, who got his unproduced Western screenplay The West Is Dead onto the prestigious Black List of hot spec scripts, has been tapped to rewrite Logan's Run for Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn.
He's not as sexy as Ryan Gosling—then again, who is?—but dammit he's a hard drive with a mysterious past, a sweet jacket, and an awesome soundtrack.