the gray man production

Now that they have the pretty terrible drama Cherry under their belt, the Russo Brothers are returning to blockbuster-style action with The Gray Man. The Netflix movie stars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and the Russos have announced via social media that production on the pic has just begun. The cast also includes Ana de Armas, and the story comes from the first in a series of novels by Mark Greaney. In the end, the Russos and Netflix are hoping will launch an entire film franchise here.

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the actor ryan gosling

Ryan Gosling already has several new projects in the works, but one more won’t hurt. Gosling is now set to star in The Actor, a thriller based on the Donald E. Westlake novel Memory. Gosling will play a 1950s actor from New York named Paul Cole, who is beaten, left for dead, and suffering from amnesia in a small, mysterious Ohio town. Duke Johnson, co-director of Anomalisa, will helm a script he co-wrote with Stephen Cooney.

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the grey man cast ana de armas

Ana de Armas will reunite with former costars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans for The Grey Man, an upcoming Netflix spy movie that the Russo Brothers hope to turn into an entire franchise. De Armas previously worked with Gosling on Blade Runner 2049 and Evans on Knives OutThe Grey Man is based on the book series by Mark Greaney and follows a freelance assassin being hunted by a former colleague.

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ryan gosling stuntman movie

For his next stunt, Ryan Gosling will play a stuntman. This wouldn’t be the first time that the First Man actor had played a stuntman, playing characters with the dangerous job in The Place Beyond the Pines and Drive, but this is the first time he’ll be playing a stuntman in a film directed by a former stuntman. Deadpool 2 director and former stuntman David Leitch will be directing the untitled Ryan Gosling stuntman movie, which has just landed at Universal after a heated bidding war.

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the gray man

Netflix has always wanted to prove they’re in the big leagues. They’ve attracted huge names – Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and more – and continue to go for Oscar gold. And now they’re ready up their game in regards to blockbuster entertainment. The streaming service is ready to drop over $200 million to make The Gray Man, an espionage thriller directed by the Russo Brothers and starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. The plan is for the film to ultimately kick-off a James Bond-sized franchise for the streaming giant.

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wolfman reboot director

Having already proven he has the goods to bring a new twist to classic Universal Monsters with The Invisible Man, Leigh Whannell is now in negotiations to helm The Wolfman. Ryan Gosling is set to star in the horror pic, which was previously reported as being partially inspired by Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler. That might be changing, though, as Whannell is also going to be writing a treatment for the film based on his own idea. Joining Whannell on the project is Blumhouse, with whom Whannell has a first-look deal.

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project hail mary

Project Hail Mary, another movie that will send Ryan Gosling into space, is bringing in Drew Goddard. Goddard has been tapped to help with the story for the Phil Lord and Chris Miller movie, making this the second time Goddard has adapted the work of author Andy Weir (Goddard also wrote the script for the adaptation of Weir’s book The Martian). Like The MartianProject Hail Mary finds an astronaut millions of miles from home.

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wolfman reboot

After bumbling and stumbling with The Mummy, Universal seems to finally be back on their feet when it comes to reviving their classic monsters. They had big success with Leigh Whannell’s Invisible Man, and already have several other monster-themed projects in the works. Now a new beastie has joined the lineup: Wolfman. Ryan Gosling is set to play the lycanthrope, and Universal is said to be closing in on a director.

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Ryan Gosling to Star in Movie Based on New Andy Weir Book

The creative duo of Phil Lord & Chris Miller may have just set up a new first look deal at Universal Pictures last year, but it’s MGM who is giving them their next project. Lord & Miller are now slated to direct and produce an adaptation of a new sci-fi novel from The Martian author Andy Weir, and they’ll be taking First Man star Ryan Gosling back to space to make it happen.  Read More »

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the nice guys quarantine stream

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.)

The Movie: The Nice Guys.

Where You Can Stream It: HBO Now, HBO Go, Max Go

The Pitch: Depressed private detective Ryan Gosling and burly bruiser Russell Crowe end up joining forces to solve a mystery in 1977 Los Angeles.

Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: Shane Black brings his usual twisty plotting and laugh-out-loud hilarious dialogue to a good old fashioned detective story. Criminally underrated when it arrived in theaters, The Nice Guys has become a kind of cult classic, and rightfully so – it’s funny as hell, and features career-best performances from both Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.

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