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Ryan Gosling Goes Behind the Camera on 'How To Catch A Monster' Set

Ryan Gosling Goes Behind the Camera on 'How To Catch A Monster' Set

Ryan Gosling steps behind the camera at the Movement Electronic Music Festival while directing his new flick How To Catch A Monster on Saturday night (May 25) in Detroit, Mich.

The 32-year-old actor and director worked with a crew member to set up a shot.

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Earlier in the month, Ryan was spotted walking on location while his actor Matt Smith got shirtless on set.

The film is a fantasy thriller about a single mother who is swept into a dark underworld while her teenage son discovers a road that leads him to a secret underwater town.

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7 Comments

# 1
WhiteLatina @ 05/26/2013 at 9:20 pm

He looks very serious.

# 2

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# 3
alexandrina @ 05/27/2013 at 9:48 am

he looks so unattractive here lol

# 4

He may looks unattractive in this pics but you can’t judge him by this, He is so focused in what he is doing because he takes this new job seriously. He tooks everything seriously and he makes everything he touches better, that’s why I love him so much.

Good job, Ryan

# 5

He’s an odd one

# 6

Interesting camera. Ryan is still one of the most interesting actors (and maybe directors…) at the moment.

# 7

@Lou:

No he isn’t. He’s one of the dullest and his movies are terrible. Hence why his latest just got booed out of Cannes. Everyone is saying that his script for this is awful.

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