Blue Valentine Trailer

December 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Blue Valentine Trailer, After talked to Ryan Gosling on the brilliant, emotionally hot indie drama “Blue Valentine” (seriously, the film itself will be tattooed on you), directed by Derek Cianfrance and co-star Michelle Williams. It’s a devastating picture of the toxicity that may harm the relationship, one of the best dramas of the year and, of course, he is currently involved in a battle rather ridiculous, but serious, with the MPAA (they slapped movie with an NC-17 rating for a sex scene that turns into an internal argument, but it certainly tastefully handled, is a key emotional arc in the narrative of the film and certainly the vilest torture prn* films are made away with more and an R-Rating at startup). Scheduled for release Dec. 31, limited, we have more of this interview is closest to the film’s release.

Earlier in the day during a roundtable interview, Gosling surprisingly expressed their interest in the film franchise, though of course they are not the typical tentpoles that come to mind. “I do not want the same movie again and again, but say” Lars and the Real Girl was a success, which was not commercially, but say it was. But I’d do another film with a guy with romantic illusions. I want to explore a theme. Perhaps the film “Drive” will be a success …”

The image he speaks the Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn (Bronson, ““Valhalla Rising”, upcoming action drama co-starring rising star Carey Mulligan.

“It was supposed to be a commercial film about a Hollywood stuntman who robs banks in the night and they told me I could have an administrator that I wanted,” Gosling said the library later in the day. “If only he could. It was the first time I had a script and was able to choose the director. And I thought: “It would be Nicolas.’There was no other choice. And I do not know what we ended up doing-it’s kind of crazy cross between” Blue Velvet “and” Purple Rain “.

To refresh your memory, the film is a neo-noir thriller about a stunt pilot bored and dissatisfied (Gosling) who, for other feelings, doubles as a getaway driver by night. But it seems that if Refn found a completely unique film genre, in other hands would likely play boringly straight. Gosling described the film as being made “for peanuts” and said that “it is very impressionistic. It’s kind of surreal take this kind “, saying” I’d love to do a “Drive 2″ and just do it our way. ”

“Drive” is probably one of our most anticipated films of next year (keep in mind its cast includes the foregoing Carey Mulligan, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, Bryan Cranston and Albert Brooks does name a few) and with the film set to be released by FilmDistrict, headed by former honcho Bob Berney onset, we have faith in the veteran indie world will get people excited to see this movie. The film also marks the driver by offering a new deal between FilmDistrict and Netflix, which will make the film available to stream in the window between theatrical and DVD release.

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