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Ryan Gosling: 'The Gangster Squad' Set!

Ryan Gosling: 'The Gangster Squad' Set!

Ryan Gosling is seriously gangster on the set of his latest film The Gangster Squad on Tuesday (September 13) in Los Angeles.

The 30-year-old actor just returned from a trip to Canada for the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, where he premiered his films The Ides of March and Drive!

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The Gangster Squad also stars Josh Brolin (pictured inside), and Emma Stone, who Ryan recently teamed up with for the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love.

10+ pictures inside of Ryan Gosling on the set of The Gangster Squad in Los Angeles…

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17 Responses to “Ryan Gosling: 'The Gangster Squad' Set!”

  1. 1
    Barbie Kate Says:

    Come on Ryan, Drive is certainly a great success and stop being the guy that everyone wants but does not see his movies

    Drive 50 million at the box office

  2. 2
    Tom Says:

    Another promising film!

  3. 3
    wow Says:

    Ryan works non-stop, he must be REALLY tired!
    This movie is gonna be great, amazing cast!

  4. 4
    Tom Says:

    @Barbie Kate:

    It’s not all about the money. Thats why I like Ryan.

  5. 5
    Barbie Kate Says:


    An actor needs a blockbuster

    The difference between a superstar and the other

    I think Drive is going to be a success

  6. 6
    KoKO Says:

    awhh love that big smile on his face <3

  7. 7
    Anna Says:

    @Barbie Kate: But he doesn’t care about blockbusters and I really like him for that.

  8. 8
    Dubnonymous Says:

    This guy is just amazing! I’m so glad he’s having such a successful year.

  9. 9
    Wink Says:

    @Barbie Kate: Actors with Gosling’s career path don’t depend on blockbusters; they need critical praise and cult hits.

    Drive isn’t going to slay the box office and likely no one involved is expecting it to. It’s an arthouse noir thriller opening larger than usual because there’s room for FilmDistrict to turn a profit given it’s small budget.

  10. 10
    Tom Says:

    @Barbie Kate:

    He stays away from Blockbusters for a reason. He has said he’s been approached for Superhero type films and I’m glad he has stayed away. Without being critical of that genre (which I love) he wants to have more character driven roles.

    Theres a difference between an actor and a moviestar.

  11. 11
    slig o lambert ^______^cute Says:

    he like work jadge

  12. 12
    Dayana Says:

    he’s featured in lots of films…

  13. 13
    ja Says:

    He looks like a gangster in that attire.

  14. 14
    wild_flowers Says:

    I think of Breaker High every time I see this him.

  15. 15
    Maggie Says:

    I wonder which co-star he will start banging on this film.

  16. 16
    loverducky Says:


    I think that’s the point. haha

  17. 17
    Martha O'Mara Says:

    My dad is John O’Mara. This movie is complete fantasy – no one has even contacted the families about getting the story straight. Apparently Hollywood can do anything with your name once you are dead. I’m quoted in the original LA Times story, which was good but only a fraction of the real story. The family feels highjacked – other movies have been based on my Dad and his friends – LA Confidential and Mulholland Falls and they were both wildly inaccurate and sensationalized as well. My Dad never even fired his service revolver – but he probably did find the Black Dalia’s killer. From what I’ve read and been able to piece together this story s all made up – the Emma Stone character never existed and my Mom never gave my Dad advice about the squad – it was all completely undercover – even from the wives.

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