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Ryan Gosling Re-Films Scenes For Gangster Squad In Wake Of Aurora Tragedy

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We wish none of this were necessary!

As much as we love being treated to additional glimpses of Ryan Gosling looking dapper his seksy '30s wardrobe for Gangster Squad, we sincerely wish all of this additional filming could have been avoided!

In the wake of the horrifying and senseless murders in Aurora, Colorado, filmmakers thought it prudent to re-film certain violent scenes and push the movie's release date back to 2013.

It's unclear how many scenes were rewritten and reshot but we can report for certain that Ryan still looks darn good in his old school hat!

Ch-ch-check out more pictures of Ryan on set walking around and driving a car (below)!

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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4 comments to “Ryan Gosling Re-Films Scenes For Gangster Squad In Wake Of Aurora Tragedy”



  1. 1

    It isn't necessary you moron! We're just letting some idiot dictate what we do. Should Craigslist be shut down because of the violence associated with some transactions?

  2. mellybee says – reply to this


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    Unless the re-shot scene involves Ryan Gosling opening fire in a movie cinema then its a total overreaction.

    You Americans are so stupid, focus on your stupid gun laws not bloody movies.



  3. 3

    Yeah I don't agree with censoring a movie because of one sicko's actions. All it is doing is giving him the power. He is now changing the way this movie is being made, changing the way the movie experience is being viewed, changing the way The Dark Knight Rises is being viewed. It's wrong. If people don't want to see a movie with guns and violence they don't have to see it.
    I get that people may find the subject sensitive right now, but the movie posters has guns, the preview has guns, the parental warning has "violence" as a warning. If you go see this movie and are offended by the guns and violence then it is your own fault for going to see the movie. They give the warnings for a reason.



  4. 4

    Re: sick_girl – Thank you, that is why I am not going to see this movie, due to the violence I have read about.