We love looking at Ryan Gosling in front of the camera, shirtless or otherwise! Although, something tells we're going to like him behind the camera just as much!
Ryan is making his directorial debut for the film Lost River, and wow these stills look AH-Mazing slash spooky slash where's Ryan's hot bod?! We kid, we kid.
In a recent interview, one of the actors involved with Lost River (which was formerly titled How To Catch A Monster) dished on what it's like working beneath (ew, not that way) Ry guy:
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In Hollywood's biggest features of 2011, women barely had a voice.
Only five percent of 2011 blockbusters were directed by women, down from seven percent in 2010.
The numbers are abysmal in other areas too.
Out of the top 250 grossing films,
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All right, Russell. We're listening.
Russell Crowe is giving serious consideration to making his feature film directorial debut with 77, a period cop movie which he would also star in.
The plot revolves around two crime stories from 1974, including "the unsolved murder of an LAPD officer," and "the nationally televised shootout in South Central L.A. between the Symbionese Liberation Army and the LAPD, where 50,000 rounds of gunfire were exchanged."
Sounds intriguing enough. Guess we'll see if Russell decides the project is worth getting behind the camera for.
Do U think Russell Crowe would make a good director? Or should he stick to acting?
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