Yesterday, we were there to watch as Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and the cast of Gangster Squad (out Jan. 10) greeted heaps of fans on Hollywood Boulevard for their big premiere. We also got a behind-the-scenes look at Ryan at the after party. All the details are in this PopSugar Rush.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone joined forces yesterday for LA's premiere of their film Gangster Squad (out Jan. 10). It's the second time the co-stars — who also appeared in 2011's Crazy, Stupid, Love together — have played love interests on the big screen. When we asked Emma what she has in mind for her third film with Ryan, she joked, "Why? Do you have a script?"
Emma walked the red carpet solo in a red look and dramatic necklace from Lanvin, but Ryan had a special woman by his side for the debut: his mother, Donna. Ryan has been dating his The Place Beyond the Pines co-star Eva Mendes since shooting the film together last year. We also caught a glimpse of Sean Penn, who plays real-life gangster Mickey Cohen in the film, making a low-key arrival at the premiere. Emma and her co-stars may have had a late night on the town celebrating their new project, but she has an early morning ahead of her later this week. Emma will join forces with Oscar host Seth MacFarlane to announce the 2013 Academy Award nominees bright and early on Thursday (Friday 12:30 a.m. Australian time).
This may not be the first time Emma Stone has stepped out in a Lanvin LRD (remember her plastic-flower-embellished number at last year's Met Gala?), but her stunning strapless dress at last night's LA premiere of Gangster Squad sealed the deal on her status as both a red-carpet queen and a fashion darling. The actress chose a red woven silk and brocade sweetheart-neckline Pre-Fall 2013 dress — she's the first to step out in the latest collection — which she accented with rich Lanvin costume jewels. We love that the oversize crystal necklace played up her bare décolletage, but never took away from the overtly feminine silhouette. Elsewhere, she let the crystal flower brooch make a waist-cinching statement (no explanation needed there). To finish, she added a Lanvin rectangle clutch and matching Christian Louboutin Pigalle heels. If we learned anything from her impressive Amazing Spider-Man promo tour, it's that Emma is fearless where premiere style is concerned. And since this is the first "stop" on the Gangster Squad circuit, we're excited to see what's next from the (currently) blonde beauty. Here's an all-angles look at her opulent Lanvin ensemble, right this way.
We're looking forward to 2013 for a whole host of reasons, particularly the movies. There's a tonne of new releases to look forward to, like sequels, highly-anticipated literary adaptations, and movies we've just been hearing about for months. If you're gearing up for a new year of movies too, then we've got just the thing: all the trailers for upcoming 2013 movies, right here. Enjoy!
Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn and more star in next month's Gangster Squad (out Jan. 10), and while we're excited that we finally get to see the drama about the LAPD and the mafia battling it out in 1950s LA, the real draw of this new batch of pictures is Ryan Gosling. Sneak a peek at the film and the sexy actor in period clothing (I'm certain that high-waisted pants have never looked so hot), along with the rest of the great-looking cast.
It doesn't take much to get me excited about a Ryan Gosling movie, but a sexy poster certainly doesn't hurt. Gosling and the rest of the cast of Gangster Squad are front and centre in these cool new retro posters. There's Gosling as Jerry Wooters, Sean Penn as mob boss Mickey Cohen, Emma Stone as Grace Faraday, and more players from the corrupt LA streets. I love how stylised these are; they remind me of covers of old mystery novels. The movie doesn't hit cinemas until Jan. 10, but check out all the posters now.
Have you always thought that Ryan Gosling would look dapper in a 1940s suit? Well, you've come to the right place. In the trailer for Gangster Squad, Gosling and James Brolin play LAPD cops who are trying to take down a notorious gangster played by Sean Penn. As expected, the lines between good and bad are a little blurred as we see that the cops aren't necessarily sticking to a strict moral code.
It's fun to see Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling back on the big screen together again — her character appears to be with Penn but definitely shacks up with her Crazy, Stupid, Love co-star. I'm already loving how stylish the film looks, right down to the cast's spot-on gangster accents. The film doesn't hit cinemas until October, but check out the trailer when you keep reading.